Hello all! I just got a B.S. in physics from a large public university this past spring, and I am planning on applying to some Ph. D. programs in medical physics for Fall 2010. Unfortunately, my background isn't particularly strong. I have: -3.4 GPA -60th percentile on physics GRE -No research experience I do have a few things going for me: -Experience with programming languages (python, C++, Fortran) and electronics -Probably able to get at least 2 pretty good letters of recommendation and a decent 3rd one At the moment, I don't have anything planned for the upcoming academic year ('09-'10), but I want to try and improve my chance of being accepted. Does anybody have any suggestions on what I could do? Maybe take some classes from the school I got my B.S.? Or get a job? Any input would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!