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I'm an undergraduate (freshmen) at Washington College, and I want to go to Harvard Med to become a neurologist. I recently got my first two exams score back, and I got B's! Which are terrible-in my standards...and I got worried and I looked online and saw that to get into Harvard Med, you need a 3.8? I know that as hard I will probably try I will never get a 3.8. Maybe a 3.6 or 3.7 but a 3.8 seems intangible to me. Any advice? What could I do to prepare and successfully get into Harvard Med? Besides getting good MCAT and a GPA(which I'm currently working on). Please don't say that I don't have a chance of getting in because if I aim for Harvard, and get into Columbia, that's not such a bad thing right?