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Hi all, I am a third time CASPA user and I am looking for some slither of hope. I didn’t do well at all my first three years of Undergraduate. My cGPA is 2.4 and sGPA is 2.75. Not any better. I am a non traditional student and have not attended school since 2014. I also have over 11000 HCE. I wanted to know are there any PA programs out there that have grade replacement or grade forgiveness. I wanted a more updated list. Any help will be greatly appreciated!! Stay healthy my people.
Hi everyone, Freshmen and Sophomore year, I received a C (1 in each yr) in two courses due to being mentally unstable after the death of someone close to me. The PA schools that I am looking at have the courses that received a C in as prereqs and I did not get to retake them. Now I am a senior in my undergrad and I am terrified whether AT LEAST ONE school will take me or none. What do you guys think?
Hey! If anyone has any questions regarding PA school or their application please don't hesitate to let me know! I applied to 9 schools, got accepted to 1, waitlisted at 4 schools and denied to 4 schools. When I was applying there were not many resources to find other students who were accepted with low GPAs to see what they have done, so I just want to help out as much as possible. This is a very stressful part of an individual's life and having someone to relate to can definitely help out. If anyone feels uncomfortable commenting their questions on here or need a super fast res
Hello all, Just to start I really love this site and it helps me put things in perspective for PA School and its feasibility. But I have a dilemma on my hands. I'll get to the meat of it now. The bad news first. I was a terrible student in college a few years ago (graduate of 2013) and now I have a loooow GPA. It's 2.22 with 139 credits from a Biology BS. After putting in all my grades to and online GPA calculator it told me in order to raise my cGPA to the bare minimum 3.0 I would need to take an additional 113 credits. As you might know this is about what is needed to actually obtain a w