RHC81 Posted February 19, 2012 Share Posted February 19, 2012 Like so many freshmen, I partied too much and studied too little. Ended up with a F in Calculus but took it again my sophomore year and got a D. UGH. I just don't get Calculus. Anyway, 13 years later, I am working hard to apply for PA school. Here are my stats. Should I worry about trying to mess with Calculus again? undergradGPA: 3.275 postgradGPA: 3.4 projectedGPA (at end of prereqs): 3.51 scienceGPA (projected): 3.46 otherscienceGPA (nonprereqs): 3.4 GRE: not taken yet HCE: currently, 3,700 hours; hopefully, close to 5,000 by application time Volunteer hours: ~ 1,200 hours I should add that I did take College Algebra later and got an A. So the math requirement isn't a problem; none of the schools to which I'm applying require Calc. And my postbacc GPA is 4.0. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies.