Let me first start off with I never wanted to be that annoying premed kid worried about his grades, and haven't until now. I had fun my first two years of school and this has been reflected in my grades, I planning on applying this summer to schools, taking the MCAT in June. Anyway down to the numbers, I am 20, white, and my overall GPA is a 3.75 with a science GPA of a 3.65. However...This is my university GPA, including 3 retaken classes, Calc I, Calc II, and Trigonmetry. All got C+'s in during my frosh and soph. years. How do these retakes affect how a med school would look at me? Does it matter that they were all in mathematics? I've been taking practice MCAT tests and scoring 13 and 14's in verbal and 10s in BS and PS, which is encouraging since i'll have the next 6 months to bring these up sections. I work at the campus health clinic 20 hrs a week and also volunteer helping disabled chrildren each every week. I have been involved in research for 1 yr and am waiting on 1 hopeful report going through the publication editing process. Just looking for general input on chances and if i should get more involved, i don't plan on applying to any top teir med schools, just any MD in the US that'll take me! Thanks!