SDN Members don't see this ad. (About Ads) Hi, all. I am new to this forum so allow me to begin by saying that it is cool to see so many medical students/applicants helping each other out. My question is a very general one about getting accepted into a post-bac program. Are they hard to get into to? What sort of factors so they consider when accepting students into programs? I know these are very general questions and that the answers can very from one program to the next, but I am just trying to get a general idea of what separates post-bac worthy students from those that won't be accepted? I saw some threads here about applicants with low GPAs trying to get in to some post-bac programs, so even though my undergraduate GPA is higher than 3.0, I'm wondering if they are geared towads applicants with low GPAs or if they can be just as competitive as undergraduate or graduate admissions? I don't know if I am making sense here but I am worried sick because I applied to one post-bac program for the fall and I REALLY hope that I get in because I'll just be stressed out if I get rejected. I guess I'm just looking for some assurance. Thanks.