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  1. Thanks for the resources. I've had a look at them, but I'm still not sure if being readmitted after withdrawing from university would be considered a second degree. Do you know how that works?
  2. Hey all, thanks for the replies. @Fresh fry: To ask a more specific question, I guess what I really want to know is how med schools view applicants that have had very poor academic performance in the past, but have been able to recover academically in more recent years. I've researched this online, but I still don't think I have all the answers. My understanding is that, obviously, students that have been required to withdraw are looked upon negatively. However, I am also aware that some med schools consider only recent GPA, while others look at the most recent degree obtained. This leads
  3. Hello everyone, this is my first post on this forum, so I'd like to say hello to everyone who's reading this. Here's my story. I started undergrad right after high school in a biology program with the intention of applying to medical school. Got excellent marks first term, but decided that the whole med school application process was too daunting. I transferred to computer science for the next term. Bad idea. I did very well in my first term of computer science, but from then on I crashed and burned hard and was required to withdraw from the university. Part of it was laziness, I admit
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