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  1. So i retook chem II this semester hoping to get an A or B so i could replace my C from my first year of undergrad. Sadly....I got a C again. I tried so hard. I even reached out to my professor for help multiple times but sadly she wasn't a great help. I just graduated a few days ago and so far this is my one bad grade out of all of my pre-req. How badly would this affect my application? I wish i never retook this class at my college cause the professor for this department aren't helpful. This is my stats so far: cGPA: 3.4 sGPA: Haven't calculated yet. PCE: 3,000+ Vo
  2. So this is my first time applying for PA school. Therefore, I'm still a bit confused about some things. I know that you must request for your transcript to be sent to capsa so that they can confirm your grade inputs are correct. I did dual enrollment in high school and attended a college near my house. After I graduated high school, i attended another college in the city. Would I need to request transcripts from both institutions or should my current college have all of the classes that I took from both institutions? I hope this makes sense. Thank you in advance to anyone that repl
  3. Hi guys, I am currently an undergrad about to graduate in May with a bachelor of science in Neuroscience. I'm hoping to get some advice/insight on my application and stats. cGPA: 3.4 sGPA: 3.2 Last 60 hrs: 3.7 PCE: ER scribe: 2000+ (I understand not all school accepts this as PCE but the schools I will be applying to does) MA?: 700 hrs. (I worked at a Chiropractor office about 2 years ago. I didn't have a job title but my duties included triage, assisting physician in minor procedures, and acting as a medical translator between the patient and the physi
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