Question: Do I still have a chance at optometry, pharmacy, medical school, public health career options after undergrad?

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My undergrad years so far have been terrible. I have seen my potential, and I’m concerned that I might not be able to get into any school. I took regular chem and got C in both 1,2 and took calc and got C for the first with D being in the second. The biggest mistake I did was retaking organic chemistry to get an F for the second time as well. As for introductory to biology, I got an D on the first try and F on the second. I think something is wrong with the way I study and pass the tests. At this point, I don’t know how I’ll make it through those professions after college. Do I still have potential?

Question: Is it hard to get an A in college?

I am going to enroll in college next month and I am wondering how hard it is to get an A in college. I am planning on having a good GPA in Biology department and was wondering how hard it is to get a 4.0. Is it like high school, where I don’t have to do a lot of digging to get an A. I know it depends on the Professor/ college but I’m talking on a general sense. Thanks!

Question: Could my gpa be calculated wrong?

My Freshman year of college I took a match class and passed with a D. The course was not a class for my major, therefore I can pass with a D. I completed the course, but on my transcript the hours and points for the class was not calculated in my gpa.

An advisor gave me the same class again (which I did not need to take), didn’t pass the class, but this time the hours and points were counted which was zero.

Does this sound accurate at all?