roque.joshua92 Posted January 30, 2012 Share Posted January 30, 2012 Okay, I apologize for posting this, I'm sure that you guys read hundreds of these and I'm sure they get old but I really would appreciate the opinions of all the wise folks on here :D I am currently a sophomore at my local community college, MGCCC. My summer semester was my first semester and I didn't do all too well and passed with a 3.0. Fall semester on the other hand was a great success for me, 4.0 :) It would seem that colleges measure quality points instead of percentage. So I will have my associate of science at the end of this summer. I am currently enrolled in A&P I, Chemistry I, Bio II, Trig., and First aid. Then in the summer I will take A & P II, Chemistry II and possibly pre-Cal. I am also taking CNA classes. I intend to keep up my 4.0 streak. My current gpa is 3.44. I will be a certified nurse's aid on Feb 28. Once I obtain my Associate of Science, I will take a year off and do full-time CNA which will net me somewhere around 2000 hours in patient contact/ HCE. After that I will transfer to University of South Alabama, obtain my bacholers in Biomedicine and then apply to the PA program. I am also currently doing an internship at Singing River Hospital in Pascagoula, MS in surgery. I do no intend on doing a surgery specialty but I figured that it would look good on an application regardless. Please let me know what you guys think and give me any advice in regard to improving my odds of acceptance. Thank you in advance!!! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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