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  1. Thanks to OP for asking this. If there is another thread similar @aiviphung, I have not found it. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Hello there paadmissions. I have posted here with different questions and value your opinion. Again, thank you for taking your time to help all of us. I would love your take on something weighing on my mind. As I read the posts, I am very much impressed by everyone's stats. But I do not learn why or how these stats will equate to being a good PA. High marks do surely indicate how well a student may fare in a Master's program. With that said, I am sure this is where the interview comes into play. My question for you is, in your experience in admissions, what do you
  3. Thank you for sharing this! My gpa is something that has been frightening me so much. Yet I want this career and I will see it through to get my hat in the ring. Congrats to you! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. Hello all, I am debating when I should throw my hat in the ring for the 2015 cycle. Advice? Of course, I would like to apply right away when the cycle opens. This fall and upcoming spring, I will have finished all but one of my pre-reqs, Anatomy. I will take this in early summer. At first, I was going to finish Anatomy, take the GRE in late summer (more available study time after spring semester,) and apply at the end of the summer, early fall. I know it would be late in the cycle, but everything would be complete. Or, should I squeeze in time to take the GRE perh
  5. Hi @paadmissions. Thank you again for all of your advice. I have a few more questions for you. I posted the following in another thread and wanted your take on my questions. Here is what I posted. Good morning everyone, I love all of the info shared in this forum! As I read along the different posts, I am noting astronomically high grade point averages; 3.8, 3.9, etc. This is a wonderful thing! This is not me. I am a non-traditional student in my final year of undergraduate school. I will earn a B.S. in Biology. I plan to apply to MU's PA graduate program when 2015's
  6. Good morning everyone, I love all of the info shared in this forum! As I read along the different posts, I am noting astronomically high grade point averages; 3.8, 3.9, etc. This is a wonderful thing! This is not me. I am a non-traditional student in my final year of undergraduate school. I will earn a B.S. in Biology. I plan to apply to MU's PA graduate program when 2015's cycle begins. In my early 20's, I had poor study habits and my grades reflected this. I returned to University in my late 20's, while trying to adjust to a new marriage and while raising a younger child
  7. Thank you for this information! This will be most helpful!! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. Thank you very much for the information and encouragement! I am sure I will have more questions for you. And will present them as they come upLol! Enjoy your vacation! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. Good for him!! I am also a non-trad pre-pa student. I am 31 with a husband and son. Definitely an exciting life path!! ???? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. Which PA schools offer a program that focuses on surgery? A better question would be, if I am interested in being a surgical PA, would I have to go to a specific PA school for this? Or do additional graduate coursework to be a surgical PA? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. First. Paadmissions, thank you for starting this thread. As a student you can turn every scenario over in your mind, at least we have a guideline now. I am curious about my chances as a non-traditional student applying to PA school. I do not feel intimidated because I am non-trad, am wondering how a graduate program views/considers a non-traditional vs traditional aged student. I am 31 years old with a husband and son. I am currently in my last year and a half of my bachelor's in Biology. I am working on elevating my gpa to stay competitive. While taking time off from sc
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