I apologize for the lengthy post but thank you in advance for helping me out.
I recently graduated with a B.S in Biology with a minor in Applied Statistics with a very low GPA. Honestly, I did not build up study skills that were actually helpful to me until towards the end of my undergraduate career. At some point, I became too focused on building my ECs rather than my GPA. In terms of my GPA trend, I have an upward trend throughout my last two years of my undergraduate.
As of right now, I am planning to take some classes at the local community college to boost up my GPA to around 2.75/2.8 to apply to a formal Post-Bacc/SMPs in 2019. (Anatomy/Physiology Series and any additional classes I think might be interesting/helpful)
My general plan is to:
-Fall 2018 : A&P Part 1/3 + Sociology
-Winter 2018: A&P Part 2/3 + Additional Class
-Spring 2019: A&P Part 3/3 + Additional Class
- Apply to Post Baccs in Jan 2019- June 2019 (any programs where I think would be a good fit for me/ meet GPA requirements)
- Work on ECs: Volunteering at local clinic and community center. I am kind of starting from scratch because I moved back home after graduation.
Any advice/input would be appreciated.