Hi, I'd like a bit of advice from others who are looking into pre-med and medical school programs. I'm currently an upcoming senior with around a 3.9 UW HS GPA (due to PSEO classes affecting HS GPA). I have a 4.3 W HS GPA, but that will go up during next year. I go to a STEM school where the first two years are relatively hard and you finish 18 credits of HS classes, then your junior and senior year you take college classes.
So far, I have 30 credit hours from The Ohio State University (a college I'm interested in applying to this year), with a GPA of 3.56 (expecting ≈90 by end of HS with a 3.7/75 college GPA).
I've gotten an A in Psych class, A-'s in Biology and Calc 1, a B+ in Calc 2 and a B- in Calc 3 (professors/T.A.'s were off sync and it wasn't very nicely coordinated). I'm now taking multivariable calculus and am expecting to get an A.
I have a decent amount of extracurricular activities and substantial research experience. I'm wondering, however, if my my GPA will hurt me for medical school admissions. I'm not worried about getting into undergrad. Will I be better off looking at a combined BS/MD program?