papys9064 Posted February 17, 2012 Share Posted February 17, 2012 I'm a junior and will graduate in December of 2013. By the time I apply for P.A. school in May '13, my GPA will be a 3.35-3.4 with all my pre-reqs done. I should have about 1000 hours of CNA hours under my belt. When I matriculate into P.A. school (if I get in during the cycle I want to) I should have a 3.5 with 1500 hours. I'm a fairly good test taker and plan on doing very well on the GRE. I'm applying to 8-9 different schools in the midwest area. (4-5 in MI, 3 in Chicago, 1 in Milwaukee) My degree will be Pre-med (biomedical sciences) and my minor economics. What are my chances of getting into one of those? I'm not in terrible shape but I realize that there are more competitive students trying to get into one the 8-9 spots I am and I can't help but be worried. What can I do to improve my chances? I know that I should volunteer... Would joining an extracurricular activity help? Would taking the MCAT help? Thanks! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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