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So, I became a certified phlebotomist but due to my VERY busy school schedule I can't find a job (both interviews I did have required 12 hour shifts which is impossible right now). My GPA is a 3.4 and science GPA of 3.5, I have over 100 volunteer hours taking vitals at a hospital. plus extracurricular activities, study abroad, volunteering, shadowing hours, etc.

if I'm graduating in may would it be possible to work full time for a few months, apply and even have a chance?

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