Hi! I'm in my second year with a 2.3 gpa science and a 2.5 overall. I have straight C's in bio, chem, ochem, and physics. I haven't taken the DAT yet, although I've heard that a good score on it can do wonders. I've worked in a dental office for the past year, and before that had a summer's worth of experience. Any advice on how else I can improve my chances to get in? I've heard that some dental schools offer dental workshops during the summer. Does anyone know anything about this? Also, any advice on how to tackle the DAT? I've heard that maybe getting a minor in business or economics can help boost chances. Also, I was thinking of taking summer school at the local community college in anatomy and bio chemistry. Hopefully, this might boost my gpa. Does anyone know what dental schools think about taking science classes in a community college? Thanks anyone!