Don't see a thread started yet for the UCF/Seminole State Concurrent Program for Spring 2019. Just wondering who plans to apply this month and trying to get an idea of statistics. I have a 3.9 overall GPA, 3.9 for prereqs, got an 82% on the TEAS. I'm not sure if I should re-take the TEAS to try to score higher or if that even really matters. I also still have to take Diet Therapy in the fall which I'm afraid is going to make me non-competitive and if that's the case, I'm not sure what Plan B is. I'm applying to a few other schools too, so we'll see. Good luck everyone!