if it's your GPA that's lacking, then you should go on a masters program. If not, just work while reapplying.I was wondering if anyone has advice on where to attend if I'm graduating and I have a feeling this isn't my year for acceptence. Is there a masters program or another type of program dental schools highly recommend?
what's a porgram?
I agree with the person who posted above. Getting a masters would be a complete waste of money. Your GPA is excellent. You might try taking a DAT prep course such as the online Kaplan one. I've heard it's helpful.Its my DAT that's lacking. I have a 3.81, I've worked in an orthodontist office since my senior year of high school and observed general dentists as well (a lot less general hours though).
Your GPA is okay but your science GPA is a cause for concern. A masters shouldn't be necessary as long as you are able to perform well on your DAT. 20's across the board is usually what constitutes "well."Why not a Masters in Public Health?
Also jw, I have a 3.5 GPA.....Should I do a Masters or is my GPA ok?