what do schools look for when accepting students into a radiology program?

one of my friends told me about her aunt that went to school for radiology and when she went to get a job they wouldnt hire her because she had dropped out of highschool, i too had dropped out but got my GED and am now attending colllege with a 3.6 gpa

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  1. Scpwnz says

    My friend got in. Aside from your cumulative (overall) gpa, the related subjects are weighted the most.

    They look for family support, motivation, grades, and experience.

    You also need half year of experience to ensure your spot even if it means volunteering (just need about 200 hours to show your devotion).

    Good luck!

  2. caballito says

    you can visit a real radiologist and tell (him/her) you want to learn more about the profession, maybe you will visit 2 or even 3 people before finding someone nice, ask everything that is your mind, but don´t take too long, maybe you can even write your questions, Im sure will give you strength to go on.

    Then Prepare very well for the interview, show passion,
    NO ONE IN THE WHOLE WORLD CAN TELL YOU WHAT YOU CAN OR CAN´T DO…ONLY YOU, YOU PUT THE LIMITS…

    FOLLOW YOUR DREAMS