I'm a sophomore at Northwestern. After 3 quarters my GPA is 3.75, science GPA 3.68, and I'm a bio major. Freshman year I took multivariable calculus, diff eq and linear algebra (A, A-, A, all accelerated), accelerated calc-based physics (A, B, A-) and two quarters of the chem majors' orgo class (B+, A-). All this crazy-ass **** was because I was in an accelerated science program which I subsequently dropped because I have no interest whatsoever in math or physics, which is mostly what it was. I placed out of gen chem, and I have to take the third quarter of orgo this spring (didn't take it last year because I didn't decide to go pre-med till this year). Since I'll have all the pre-med requirements done by the end of this year I plan on taking the MCAT in August...I have more or less nothing in the way of ECs except a part-time job where I generally work 15-20 hours a week...so somebody tell me what I need to be worrying about improving so that I can get in? I'm also toying with the idea of switching from a bio major in CAS to a biomedical engineering major in Tech...any thoughts on that?