Right. So, I know that having some sort of clinical experience under your belt is highly recommended for most formal post-bacc programs. However, due to a combination of factors (the biggest of which being that I only decided I wanted to do this a couple of months ago, while I was in the middle of my very hectic final semester of my undergrad years), I haven't got any. Now, I'm starting what will hopefully be a long-term volunteer position at a children's hospital in about a month, and I'm taking a CNA course which begins in March, so I have plenty lined up; I just don't have it yet. How difficult is it going to be for me to get into a formal post-bacc program without any clinical experience? I have a more than adequate GPA (about 3.7), and I have a feeling that my academic record will look fairly impressive (I went to an arts school, but took an average of about ten classes a semester), so that should be my only weak point. How big of a problem do you think that will be? Should I wait, get some clinical, and apply to begin next spring/summer, or should I apply now? Thanks in advance for any advice. I really appreciate it!