Hi @paadmissions !
I am going into my senior year of college at Ohio State and I am in the process of applying to PA schools. I have a 3.44 GPA with two C's in general chemistry, but a 3.7 in my last 45 credit hours. I only have about 150 hours of direct patient care, but I have also been a student intern at one of the top hospitals in the country, the OSU Medical Center. I, also, have many other various volunteer experiences. I REALLY want to matriculate into PA school right after I graduate next May. Is there any advice you can give me to write about in my Personal Statement to prove that I am capable of getting into PA school directly out of college? Is getting accepted into a program a stretch for me? Any advice is super helpful! I figured I would at least apply now and try my best to get into certain places and if I don't then I can always get more HCE and reapply if I must, but I think I would regret not at least trying to get in now!
Thanks for all of your helpful posts!!