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I am a first time applicant to PA Schools and I'm feeling a little nervous about my qualifications. I'm hoping to apply to this next 2016-2017 CASPA cycle and I would love any input on my stats. My Stats: Cumulative GPA: 3.727 Science GPA: (I haven't calculated this yet but it should be around the same as cumulative. I made all A's/B's in sciences courses. Maybe two C's.) Undergrad Major: Nutritional Sciences Verbal GRE: 160 Quantitative GRE: 154 Writing GRE: 4 HCE Hours: 100 Hours CNA Clinical Hours (I was told some PA schools accept this as HCE) 350 Hours as CNA/PCT on Orthopedics 80 Hours as Clinical Lab Assistant 1200+ Hours as Medical Assistant to Family Practice Clinic (I really want at least 2000 hours but I'm still a little bit off.) Letters of Rec: - Family Physician I am currently working with - Nurse Practitioner I am currently working with - Undergraduate Nutrition Professor Adviser - Physician Assistant I shadowed (Potentially?) Ideal PA Schools: - SLU - Baylor - George Washington University - MSU - (And another school. Probably one from CA but I'm still narrowing my options.) I'm currently taking an additional online anatomy course to prepare me for PA school this upcoming 2017. Is there anything in my application that I need to strengthen or add? Any input or encouragement would help at this point! Thank you for the input!