TEXAS: The University of Texas - Pan American

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    • Stress echo was part of the plan.  PCP said to give a ring to the cardiologists’ office, and kill two birds with one stone.  They have all the needed equipment at their clinic.   Works for me, and I am new to the area and practice, so still collecting contacts.  I am just confused as to how a 3/6 disappears in 30 minutes.  
    • Just recieved an acceptance call from Director Gardner! My hands were shaking the entire time Haha. 
    • Hi guys, I am a prospective student for Sacred Heart's PA program. I was wondering if any of you could give me some insight into the GPA stats and other stats you guys applied with/ if you got in or not. I'd really like to see if I can match up :/ Thanks for any help!

    • I’ve passed multiple standardized specific registeries relevant to my field of study. So I feel confident in the long term passing of the PANCE. I just had a bad run with the geometry on the GRE. lol. I think I’ll probably send them the higher combined score and lower writing score.


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    • I don’t have an opinion one way or the other about the certifications. But just as an FYI I would verify that an A&P class for paramedics counts for the PA program you are applying to. I know paramedics are highly trained and that says nothing about their education and knowledge. But I took a microbiology class that was part of a nursing program and that did not count for PA school. Just something worth verifying.