How to Get a 4.0 GPA in College Premed Science Classes (OChem, Biology, Physics)

Love it or hate it, studying for your prerequisite science classes is an important part of your premed years. Yet as soon as I utter the words organic chemistry or physics, your blood pressure probably spiked. But what if I told you it’s not the subject matter or even your professor and it’s the way you’re studying that’s the problem?

How well you do in your college science classes has less to do with the subject matter or “how mean your professor is,” and more to do with how you're approaching the content.

There is no “one-size-fits-all” solution to studying that will work for every single class. The way that you approach science classes like biology, organic chemistry, physics, and general chemistry is totally different from how you approach classes like history or English.

Here are some tips and strategies that will help you crush your college science classes.

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