I am currently a Biomedical Engineer major but with a 2.3 overall GPA. I just finished my sophomore year of college, and I understand that my GPA is very low for admittance to medical school. I always wanted to go to medical school, and when I first entered college, I thought that Biomedical Engineering would look great on my application. However I did not understand how difficult that path would be. If I brought my GPA up to around a 3.0, and scored pretty well on the MCAT, do you think I would have a shot at admittance to a medical school? Thanks.
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