Withdrawing from a class can be an easy way to get out of a bad grade. How will that W on your transcript affect your medical school application?
It's a common email I get from students asking if they can drop their classes since they're struggling with it. And they're wondering if their withdrawal will hurt their chances of getting into medical school. This is a very common concern as you're going through the process of thinking about withdrawing.
By the way, the episodes in...
If you've taken classes previously and you've done poorly, some schools will give you options.
For example, they will get rid of your old courses if you take a new set of classes. They will remove them from your transcript and expunge them. Or maybe your college has the ability to say that if you come to their school, they will remove the initial grade from your transcript.
It sounds great and it looks great. It increases your GPA on that transcript. But there's something...
If you've been a great premed student, you likely will have the chance to choose between multiple acceptances. How should you do choose between schools?
This is a terrible yet awesome problem to have.
"You need to figure out what is the most important part of going to medical school for you."
[01:00] Financial Factor
What is the most important part of going to medical school for you? Is it to come out with less debt? Then find the cheapest school. Or find one that is going to...