Hey Ponds. Sounds like you are trending in the right direction. EVMS really likes re-applicants as they view them as determined and that becoming a PA is something they really want to do. EVMS really focuses on your qualifying GPA which is one of the following three...1.) Undergrad GPA only, 2.) Last 40 hr GPA of courses taken (can be from undergrad, post bacc courses, or grad school, 3.) Graduate GPA only. Whichever is the highest of the three they will take. Next thing they focus on is pre req GPA and retakes are accepted if that grade is higher. Last things they look at are your volunteer and Healthcare experience. People who are getting interviews have GPA's in the 3.8 range and higher for both qualifying and pre req. Also volunteer and Healthcare hours have to be relatively big numbers as the program is very committed to volunteerism and giving back to the community. You can refer to their web page for the exact admission stats as they have a section dedicated for it. I'm was a reapplicant this past cycle and I recently interviewed there. I had stats not to far from yours and I was told that's why I didn't receive an interview invitation 2019-20 cycle. EVMS also offers application feedback/guidance around mid September following the start of classes which is refreshing as many programs just say reapply you will get in or nothing at all. My GPA's for both my qualifying and pre req both exceeded 3.8 which helped me receive an interview I ultimately believe, whereas I was in the 3.4ish range the cycle I didn't receive an interview. Your 3.82 seems competitive. As aforementioned though check the website to see the stats for admitted students as far as the volunteer and PCE hours are concerned. You will be on your way to being a PA before you know it. I'm rooting for you!!!