Verbal Reasoning - 152 (54%)
Quantitative Reasoning - 156 (64%)
Analytical Writing - 5.5 (98%)
Overall GPA - 3.5
Science GPA - Something like 3.3-3.4, I can't remember
1500 Hours Full time Health Care Experience
200 hours shadowing a PA
Besides some light volunteering in the ER for a couple months my freshman year of college, I had absolutely no hospital experience prior to graduating with my Bachelor's in Biology. I applied several times to the local hospitals while in college, but for some reason or another, never could land a job. After I graduated I managed to get on at a Geri Psych Unit working as a Nurses Aide and I worked there from February 2015 until I applied for Barry in December of 2015 (I actually am going to continue working there until I move to St Croix, I wound up really liking the staff and patients on the unit).
At least half of my individual 10 minute interview was spent talking about my healthcare experience (I can't remember the direction of the questions that lead it to there though). If you really want to get in, I would recommend at least getting hospital volunteer hours. To be competitive, you need to work for a while in the hospital. Most of the successful candidates at the schools I looked at/applied to had averages of around 1000-4000 hours experience in a patient care environment (0.5-2 years full time). Don't wait until after college to start getting healthcare experience or you could wind up short on hours or not able to get an appropriate job. I was fortunate and got to know the PA on our unit so I began shadowing her after work and on days off, so it just worked out, but I would recommend finding a PA to shadow. It helps not only in understanding the scope of the job but also shows that you have an understanding of what you're getting yourself into.