I know this might not be exactly the right place for this, but I figured someone might have an answer for me. I was pre-med but, after reanalyzing my priorities (I'd really prefer to be settled in a career with a family before I reach 30) I opted against it. I've decided to go into being a pathologist assistant and, despite all the internet has to offer, I'm still stumped as to how difficult these programs are to get into. There's only 8 or 9 in the country and each has a class size of <10-30, so it seems a little intimidating. Can anyone shed any light onto what kinda statistics you need to get in? I have about a 3.6 gpa (both overall and bcpm), I'm a good test taker so the GRE's don't really intimidate me and I have decent EC's (nothing medschool worthy but I've kept busy enough), will this be good enough? Thanks.