Any suggestions or feedback are welcome! PLEASE HELP! I am an international student but I have my undergraduate study here in the U.S. My major is Public Health (school is CEPH accredited) so I have already had some solid coursework in the field. I am taking Biostat this semester and Epi next semester. I have also taken other ph courses, including health system, healthcare economics, public health research, and international health. My GPA is 3.972. I had an community health internship in New York City this past summer. I have done other internships in previous summers but they are not related to public health. I also do not have much research experience. Is this going to hurt my chances? I took the GRE back in June: V 160 Q162 AW 3.5 (writing is not my strength, especially when it is timed *sigh*) I am taking the test in October again in hopes of boosting my score. I would love to get in to some top MPH programs in the country! But I am kinda worried because I do not have much professional experience in public health. I know a lot of people going into MPH with 2 yr + work experience, and many programs do prefer those applicants. My interests are Global Health and Epidemiology. I feel like Epi is more practical in terms of job opportunities, but I am not sure how to write the PS since I have not had any research/job experience in this.