Casper6060 Posted December 11, 2015 Share Posted December 11, 2015 Ok, I know there are so many " My gpa is low, can I get in posts?" but I feel mine is different since it was so long ago! :) So I have an undergrad degree from 2000 with a GPA of 2.3. Looking back, it's embarrassing! I went back to Rad Tech school and graduated with a 3.8. That program was 72 credit hours. I've been a CT Tech in a Level 1 Trauma Center for 11 years, which is great experience. I'm starting my pre req's in January, which will take me about a year and a half. I hear that the most recent 60 hours of a GPA is mostly looked at. Will my higher GPA counteract my crappy GPA from 15 years ago? I feel it will be ok due to my maturity and work experience, but it's always in the back of my mind that my old GPA will haunt me forever! I know there are so many other factors to get into PA school, but I don't want my GPA to automatically eliminate me. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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