Jump to content

SCHW9076

Members
  • Content Count

    147
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    1

SCHW9076 last won the day on June 4 2014

SCHW9076 had the most liked content!

Community Reputation

59 Excellent

About SCHW9076

  • Rank
    Advanced Member

Profile

  • Profession
    Physician Assistant

Recent Profile Visitors

689 profile views
  1. Agree with above. PCE is weak. You should be hitting the 6000 mark after applying 3 years, and you really only have 2000 of mediocre experience. I got in with your exact GPA (but had 14000 hours to round out my app). You decide what to do next, but you need to show improvement on your app if you decide to pursue the PA route. Good luck, OP!
  2. PCE sounds pretty weak. Consider getting better hands on experience. That will help offset the low GPA and make her a more rounded applicant. Good luck!
  3. I minored in chemistry and got a C in all my chem courses but 1. Got accepted to my top2 schools Don't sweat it.
  4. Yep, chem minor with all Cs. Couple Ds from other courses that I re-took as well. Applied with 14,000 hours second round, 3.2c 3.1s. You got this. Keep working on your PC, that's what got me in. Good luck, OP.
  5. Second year applying you should have at minimum 4,000 hours PCE. Rack em up OP!
  6. Bio major, minor in chem, minor in engineering
  7. Sorry if I missed it, but what's your patient care experience like?
  8. Following this thread for info. This is my dream job. Doing an EM fellowship right now to help me get one of these jobs.
  9. AF mechanic here 1999-2006. paramedic after getting out. Finished PA school in June, doing an EM fellowship now.
  10. I was accepted my second cycle with 3.2c/ 3.1s, 14,000 hours as a medic. Plan to apply broadly and be malleable... as applicants, we can only try to fit in the mold, not the other way around. Good luck, OP!
  11. Dang, this sounds frustrating. I'm currently in the process of licensing in California, and also waiting for NREMT to send form PA-7 (along with 3 other states for license verification). I'm glad I read this thread so I know what to expect with NREMT. Good luck, OP, thanks for sharing your story.
  12. @dizzyjon, I searched for your group on FB, and nothing came up.
×
×
  • Create New...

Important Information

Welcome to the Physician Assistant Forum! This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website. Learn More