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Hi everyone, I'm new to this forum so I'm not sure if I'm posting this in the right spot, but I'm currently entering my third year at Western and have only now realized I really want to pursue medicine. That said, my first two years were pretty bad, and I'm not sure what to do or how to improve my chances. I have pretty solid extracurriculars and work experience, so my main concern is having a GPA that's competitive enough for an interview, because I was uninformed and didn't realize that GPA was king and I focused so heavily on bolstering my non-academics. My first semester of first yea
Hello! I am in sixth year uni and my cgpa is 3.575, but I need 3 more credits to graduate. I am in specialist Biology Comparative Physiology degree at University of Toronto. I finished my mcat with 520.. I am a 23 years old female who was born and raised in Canada. ( idk if that's important) My first two to three years sucked like my average gpa because I was extremely sick and it turned out I had spinal cancer and had to have surgery to remove it and was not sure if I would be able to walk again, so uni was the last thing on my mind.. However, I did it!! I am healthy and in r
Alright, I am a second year pre-med student and I have received a 52% in Organic Chemistry which is by far the most devasting mark I have ever received. I am currently looking to enter the UofS med school. With this mark, my GPA is 76.4% and without it, it's 78.1%. I do need this course for the MCAT as well as specific courses I will be taking in my third year. Is it worth retaking the course or should I just power through it by doing better in the following courses? Am I doomed no matter what? Thank you for listening.