Do i have what it takes to get into medical school?

I am a sophomore in high school and i am a 3.4 gpa student. My strengths are english and math but my weakness is unfortunately science. I’ve never been very fond of sciences such as chemistry or physics but i am interested in biology and the human anatomy. i want to be a physician or pediatrician but i don’t know if based off my grades and my weakness lab science if i will be able to make it into a decent college with a good pre-med program or if i could potentially make it into medical school.

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  • The commonly accepted coursework requirements for medical school include a minimum of 1 year of:

    General biology
    Physics with lab
    General chemistry (inorganic chemistry) with lab
    Organic chemistry with lab
    Calculus
    English

    To gain admission into medical school you’ll need to gain As in those classes in college. What do you think?

    You need a GPA over 3.5 to be competitive for medical school.

  • Of course, Anybody can. Just take grades and school seriously and focus hard. Get good grades and a good education. 3.4 i think is pretty good. I have lower than that and i plan on doing medical or lawyer. I was told that even with my grades i have as a freshmen in high-school i could be a doctor or anything.

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