Howdy! As many of you are preparing your applications for the current cycle, I am doing the same. I'm feeling pretty confident with my GPA (cum GPA 3.59, pre-req 3.61), observation hours (well over the minimum and recommended), and LORs. What's freaking me out is the GRE. I'm taking it for the first time next week, and so far, the practice exams have reported a 144 Verbal and a 151 Quantitative. Many of the schools don't have a minimum GRE score, but I feel intimidated by the average GRE scores from the previous entering class. I have spoken to some PTs who have told me not to stress about the GRE, and that I'll be fine. The field has been drawing a heavier application pool each year, and I worry that I won't be good enough to even get into one program.With the schools that have a 60%+ average, should I even consider them as schools that I want to apply to? Even without a minimum score, and assuming that my practice scores become my true score, will those high GRE scoring schools give me a legitimate shot to show who I truly am?