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  1. It’s how the cookie crumbles. I was hopeful but it’s alright. I accepted a spot at another great school. Hope you all get accepted and we unknowingly grab a beer someday as PAs! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  2. They also sent out rejection emails.... Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  3. Accepted but not a PA-S yet. I decided to attempt the tablet style note taking a few semesters ago. I was lucky enough to borrow an iPad Pro and apple pencils while I was in biochemistry. I was able to download all the powerpoints into one note and wrote and highlite on the slides and write down equations and examples. I loved it and it sold me on the concept. I’ll be grabbing an iPad Pro before I start the program. Also I’m deeply invested in the iEcosystem so Apple is my only feasible option. Not quite what you are after, but it’s my plan. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  4. I also received an acceptance call. Has anyone been added to the FB group? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  5. Well, they do outright reject some applicants.... Good luck everyone. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  6. Also curious if anyone can offer input, 2 of the programs I am interested in require it.
  7. Anyone have any information on this new program? I didn't even know it existed till I saw it in CASPA. https://www.coloradomesa.edu/kinesiology/graduate/pa-program/index.html
  8. Big areas I see. More shadowing. PA specifically. LOR from a PA. I would shy away from the LOR from the NP unless they know you very well and are going to write a very strong letter. Reach out to admissions for feedback. Don’t get discouraged. A lot of us are applying a second round. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  9. A couple things. After being in medicine for almost a decade that stress is a real thing. It makes everything harder. But if you caved under it once you might again. I would develop a strong relationship with either the dean or the professor of the class where you cheated. Getting a LOR from them stating that you are better from the experience is a good start. In whatever venue you choose (personal statement, interview) be brutally honest about the whole thing. Why you did it, what you hoped to gain, and most importantly how ALL those factors have changed to make it impossible to happen aga
  10. Let's keep this updated with interviews/offers! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  11. Well here goes nothing. First time applying, I know I have rough stats in some areas, hoping my experience can carry some of that. Undergrad Ed School: University of Colorado Denver Major: BA Public Health Minor: Bio Cumulative Undergrad GPA: 3.1 Cumulative Science GPA: 3.0 Age of Application: 27 1st GRE: V/159, Q/152, W/3.5 Direct Patient Care: ~4000 hours, Paramedic Volunteer ~300 hours, Paramedic at a Church ~300 hours Medical Assistant in rural northern India Research Activities
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