I'm almost done with my junior year as a physics major at Rice university, and I am planning on going to graduate school in medical physics after graduation. But all of my research on the field and the application process has been done online, and no other classmates or professors are interested in this field. So I guess I wanted to make sure I am not overlooking anything about the application process. Certainly the GRE is important (and probably the physics subject test as well), GPA is important (primarily in physics courses, correct?), recommendations, etc. I do have extensive undergraduate research experience as well, though not in anything medical. As I will be applying to a PhD program, this should help. But what else am I not thinking about? Does anyone have any medical physics admission advice? (And how hard is it?!?) Thanks.