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Maryam Khan says
I am currently a Junior at UIC-Chicago. I have a 2.3 GPA and about 2,000 CNA patient care hours. I had a couple of family problems in the beginning of my first couple of years. Do you think my chances of getting into PA schools are not good at all? I still have about 50 more credits hours to raise my GPA and I will continue to do PCT hours. I am very nervous.
You need an overall GPA of no less than a 3.4 and a science GPA =/> 3.4 as well to even be competitive. It’s tough–with a 2.3 GPA most schools won’t look at it because there are a lot of folks applying with 3.7 or greater science GPA’s. I would consider the nursing route (RN) and then after working as a nurse for a while, then apply to a Nurse Practitioner (NP) program. Good luck and sorry for being so blunt, but there is no sense in sugar coating it.
Madeleine Brown says
Maryam, I just want to clarify if you are taking Shane’s advice: you absolutely do not need a 3.4 GPA to get into PA school. It will be easier if you have that but it is very common to get in with lower GPAs (although they must meet the minimum set by the school: usually between 3.0 and 3.2), especially if you have many PCE hours which you already do.
Pat Fairchild says
I have the older addition to the above mention review books they work for testing in 2017?
joseph austin says
Yes Stephen thanks very much
Dawn Gerrell says
Just wanted to say that this is an awesome, informative website! My friends and I listened to your podcasts while preparing for our PANCE. Thanks for all you do!
Campbell University Class of 2014
Stephen Pasquini PA-C says
So kind of you Dawn! Best of luck to you and to all the hard working and dedicated PAs of Campbell University Class of 2014!!!!