Hi everyone, I know there have been threads like this in the past, and the advice on them has been good, but I'm wondering what people will suggest for my specific situation. Unfortunately, I have a really bad undergraduate GPA. There is really no explaination for it, except that I think I was in denial my entire time I was in college. When I recently requested my transcript so I could see where I'm at in terms of prereqs...well, I was shocked and embarrassed. My cumulative GPA from undergrad is a 2.98 My GPA in my major (biology) is a 3.14 My GPA in my minor (chemistry) is a 2.6...ouch needless to say my transcript is full of Bs and Cs. Now I remember why I didn't apply for vet school after college, even though it was what I wanted to do. However, in the time since graduating undergrad I have been at a university completing a PhD in Microbiology and Molecular Genetics. My GPA from graduate coursework is a 3.67. Much better, but I'm not sure that that at all makes my poor undergraduate showing any better. My question is what do you think I should do? Obviously I can re-take some prerequisites, but since many places seem to just average the grades together I'm not sure if that will be helpful for me. I do have/am getting veterinary experience. I was awarded a fellowship during college to do research at the University of Cambridge Veterinary School in the UK. I am currently shadowing with an exotics veterinarian, and I have another veterinary experience lined up with a veterinary fertility specialist. I also am hoping to gain some large animal experience after I graduate this spring. Plus all of my time in graduate school has given me over 10,000 hours of research experience. But still my undergraduate GPA is haunting me. So what do you think? Is there anything I can do to help myself out?