WANNA BE A PT!!

Hey all, just wondering if I could have your thoughts. I've applied to three schools, and am waiting for the reply. I have a 3.5 GPA, 1320 GRE, 70 hours of experience with PTs, as well as over 1000 hours in athletic training as a student. In undergrad, I held positions in three student organizations (SATO: Class rep, Hall Council: Floor rep, Beta Theta Pi: Refounding father, vice prez, secretary, scholarship, treasurer, new member educator). With that, do you think I would be a strong applicant? I know theres more involved than that, but the rest is mostly subjective (references, interview, etc.)
Thanks!

Posted By Kris on January 20, 2009 at 22:25:53:

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