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I'm a current high school senior with a 2.6 GPA. I'm terrible at math and the highest level of math I completed was Algebra 2. I made C's in all of my math classes and didn't learn anything! I understand that now math builds on each other! It wasn't until Algebra 2 I discovered this and now I am worried because I want to be pre - med! I plan on attending a local community college in the fall and I have to take Elementary Algebra 1 before I can take any other maths at the college level. The pre - med requirements for the University I want to transfer to require either Calculus or Statistics. I want to eventually get to the level where I can take Calculus! I know I have a long road ahead of me math wise but I am willing to get to that level because I know I want to go to medical school. My advisor said it's possible but she's never seen it happen!