Ransi Somaratne MD
Med schools won’t be looking at your high school grades. However, college gives you an opportunity to work hard and do well in your pre med classes. If you’re struggling in something, get help from your profs, tutors and other students. Med school is competitive so you’ll need to work hard. Even so don’t worry that you’re grades aren’t perfect. Med schools understand we are all human. They look at the whole package: grades, MCATs, essays, volunteer work, research and YOU.
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Also your science knowledge has to be superior in order to score well on the MCAT