I'm currently a junior in college and have a good gpa at my university But thats with me getting a 4.0 the last 2 semesters and repeating 4 courses to make up for the 2.2 ave gpa I for my first 3 semesters of college. the impression that I get is that the med schools I apply to won't see my actual grades, just the breakdown on the amcas, on which I only have about a 3.3 cmul and a 3.25 science since repeats are factored in. I was wondering if med schools get to see my transcript and if not, since the amcas factors in all my college grades ever, if I could, in theory just take like 20 credits this break at a community college near me for the cost of $2500 and bring my gpa up a ton. Also, do a lot of schools have gpa cutoffs and if so, is it strict like you must have a 3.6 or is it more at the preson's discretion? Also, how hard is to do well on the mcats, and by that I mean how well did a person who got a 30 do on the sats, because I'm assuming they must be correlated to some degree.