I am a rising senior perusing a chemistry degree with a minor in biology. My goal is to get into PA school. I'm more of a B student but I have earned quite many A's while I'm here. But I have been getting C's recently; it's not low C's, more like very borderline B's but my professors usually refuse to round me up and I also should've worked a little harder. My current GPA is 2.5 with a science GPA of 2.3. I'm very frustrated and have been looking at some threads here how some people do post-bac after their horrible undergrad and get into their dream professional schools. I have volunteer hours at my school's ED and children's hospital also I am about to start shadowing my primary care provider followed by a PA. I want some recommendations on what I should do after graduation in terms of post bac and getting more experience because I know PA school prefers people with experience. I was thinking about a medical assistant job and more volunteering. Please your suggestions would be very helpful since my advisors are no use about post-bac and PA school. Thank you!!