Hi, everyone, I'm reapplying to Physical Therapy graduate school this year, and I was wondering if I should take 4 extra classes at community college to increase my PTCAS cGPA, for the academic update? If you think I should, what classes should I take, because I already retook 5 prereqs (Bio I, Chem I, Chem II, Anatomy & Phys I & II) at a community college after I graduated, and received all A's and 1 B. I graduated from Rutgers New Brunswick in an Exercise Science major, and here are my stats: cGPA (Rutgers): 2.84 cGPA (community after graduating RU): 3.80 PTCAS cGPA: 2.74 PTCAS last 60 credits GPA: 3.055 PTCAS sGPA (taking the highest grade from retakes): 3.463 GREs: 153/154/4.5 Observation hours: 126 hours (internship) + 58 hours (shadowing) = 184 hours However, when my PTCAs gpa adds everything together, my GPA is only a 2.74, even after I retook these classes at the community college. I know that no one will look at my application if my GPA is under a 3.0, so I was wondering if maybe I took fall semester classes at my community college, and brought my PTCAS GPA up to at least a 2.9, do you think I would maybe have a chance? I am focusing on applying to DPT programs that look at the last 60 credits. IF I take 4 more classes at community college, after my academic update, (assuming I get all A's) my stats would be: PTCAS gpa: 2.851 PTCAS last 60 credits GPA: 3.241 1. Should I put down I'm taking 4 extra classes (or more) at community college, so after my academic update, my cGPA may be higher? IF so, what classes should I take? I already retook all my core science prereqs.. 2. I'm also thinking of updating my GRE scores also and updating them in AU. I'm really discouraged because I worked hard to retake my classes and my PTCAS cGPA still looks like dung. I'm also stuck on whether or not I should do the AU because I'm afraid if they reject me before I update my transcript. My LOR are extremely well written by both my professors and physical therapist, however. I waived my right to see them, but my professor showed me what he wrote anyways and he gave me an excellent rec.