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  1. Here are my stats Gpas when I graduated with a degree in Biology Cgpa-2.93 sgpa 2.73 Took 45 credit hours post-bacc on my own Those gpas were cgpa-3.93 and sgpa 4.0 It changed my original gpas to a cgpa of 3.13 and sgpa of 3.12 PCE hours as a CNA ~1900 by the time I apply HCE hours as a Pathology Tech 1200 Volunteer ~200 which includes a medical mission trip to Panama for a week, starting a HOSA club at my community college, did many leadership activities, and habitat for humanity projects Shadowing~100 half in person other was virtual LOR’
  2. I am currently a junior in undergrad and will be applying to PA school (probably) in 2 maybe 3 years. I have a bad past as I entered college not knowing what I wanted to do, and only took 3 science classes and have two FW’s and a C. So since then I’ve transferred and done better at university. However if you’re looking at my overall cumulative which caspa will do it is still low because i got my associates with mostly C’s. Now I’ve shadowed, know exactly what I want to do, and actually study and put in effort. I admit I really screwed up at the beginning. My question is looking for PA sc
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