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I am currently a freshman at a four-year college with a 3.67 GPA -- projected to go up (3.7-3.8) after this semester. I am however planning on transferring to a much rigorous institution where according to the internet also has a lot of deflation:/ I really like the college I plan on transferring to and I am not happy at my current one. Should I just stay miserable and stay getting good grades or transfer and take my chances. I am also pre-med btw. I also want to study abroad for which that school that I plan on transferring to has great study abroad programs. Is transferring dumb? Am I making a mistake? Also when should a pre-med do study abroad if possible?