I'm not sure how the schools I am applying to base their admissions. I have only seen the criteria on their websites. Many say 3.0 or higher (undergrad GPA), and also say that prerequisite courses must have a B or better, but some even say a B- or better. None of the schools ask for healthcare experience. They do ask for letters of recommendation, resume, and statement of intent. MGH in Boston even says that courses must have a C or better! Weird. So maybe I am okay? Haha, I'm so paranoid! I know there is nothing I can do about my undergraduate GPA. It's not like I can start all over again in that department, but I'm wondering how else I can better my applications. I am a Hospice volunteer, but maybe I should volunteer at a hospital as well? I have volunteered in a Pathology Lab before, not sure if admissions would care about that or not. I also volunteered in West Africa...Ugh! So stressful!