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  1. For anyone that was accepted and has questions about the program feel free to message me. I'm a first year student there and moved 2000 miles to be here last May. I will be moving for clinicals in August so I will have a ton of stuff to sell/giveaway for anyone looking for furniture, books, writing desk etc. If anyone needs advice on how to get in I'd be glad to help too. Sent from my Nexus 6 using Tapatalk
  2. Sorry I'm behind guys. I was accepted after the July interview. My stats are: Pathology Assistant (Grossing Tech) Medical Lab Science Degree Chemistry Minor GPA: 3.5 SGPA: 3.3 HCE: 4500 hours (lab, medical assistant, nurse aid for hospice) Shadowing: 200 hours My grades are average but my passion is not. Let them see the real you. Please feel free to email me with any questions!! katthegreat2009@yahoo.com
  3. I interviewed and was waitlisted last year. The campus is small and in a mall. It's soooo nice there. Anatomy is learned on models instead of cadavers and it uses a distance learning approach. The atmosphere was relaxed and they feed you lunch. All you have to do is be yourself and show them your personality.
  4. That's kind of crappy. Most schools will update your application at any time. When you interview just take your documentation with you.
  5. I think anything where you have a lot of patient contact will help. I chose a nursing home because I love the elderly. I also took a job as a medical assistant to a family practice dr. I never got certified however and none of the schools seemed to care about that. Good luck!! I hope you find one that's a good fit. West Liberty in West Virginia loves Med Techs. They're new but interviewed there and liked it a lot.
  6. where were you when I was looking for schools? lol
  7. try CAMC general hospital in Charleston.
  8. I'm an MLS and will start PA school soon. My advice, do some volunteering or paid work as a nurse aid at a nursing home or hospice care. I also got many shadowing hours. Be warned that some schools will not like Med Techs and/or not understand what we do. Be sure to emphasize our great diagnostic skills.
  9. Just an FYI, put a deposit down elsewhere. Pulled my application. Best of luck all. Stay positive and be humble.
  10. I was accepted as well. Best wishes everyone. Be yourself and shine.
  11. they had one in july and maybe 2 in august but I can't remember the rest. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SGH-I537 using Tapatalk
  12. :( Sent from my SAMSUNG-SGH-I537 using Tapatalk
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