Does anyone know the best way to raise a GPA would be....I am a non-traditional applicant...with a undergrad major in the sciences... I was advised it would be better to get experience vs. take more classes, however, now Im wondering what the best route is for non-traditional applicants.... i.e. is it better to get into a program where you take med school courses, take undergrad upper division courses, or get a master's degree in the sciences.... Im a nurse also, and my employer pays for a free FNP program, however, this truely isn't what I want. Does anyone know what medical schools value more?? Do admissions even care if you took med school classes vs. take a bunch of upper division science courses? Please Help!