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  1. A girl I know got the same letter. Fortunately, she was accepted at several other schools. Her GPA was 3.73 overall with a science of 3.58 but didn't get invited to interview at UD. Not sure if GPA is the ticket here. Maybe a lot of work experience is what they are looking for.
  2. Does anyone know when the class orientation is for the fall class at ODU. I think the class sessions begin on August 18th, but just wondering when orientation to the program is scheduled.
  3. It's probable that you might get in to a school after being given an interview and then waitlisted, but the probably of scoring a spot when put on an interview waitlist is slim to none. I have found that most schools will interview applicants in the range of 3 to 4 times the number of seats they have available. I.e. 40 seats, 120-160 interviews given. With those numbers, most spots will be filled from the original interview candidates. Good luck anyways.
  4. I also know someone else who was invited to be on the interview wait list. They turned that offer down.
  5. I know of another girl who also interviewed last Saturday and was put on a wait list. Sounds like they were pretty selective as she has some pretty awesome grades and recommendations, but probably low on experience since the past Marietta classes had nearly 2000 hours on average. Hang in there. Other opportunities are out there.
  6. Thanks, that makes sense. Do you have any suggestions on how to evaluate a provisional accredited programs progress toward full accreditation? Are there any progress reports or other information available from ARC-PA, NCCPA that might give insight to whether or not a program will reach full accreditation?
  7. My question concerns provisional accredited schools. If you read the ARC-PA description of who is eligible to sit for the PANCE, a person who started at a provisional school would not be able to take the PANCE even if their school was to gain accreditation before they finished their studies (didactic or clinics). See attached from ARC-PA: The program I am considering has provisional accreditation. What happens to me as a student if it does not receive accreditation? Provisional accreditation is an active accreditation status. Prior to 2003, those graduating from a PA program that held an
  8. My question concerns provisional accredited schools. If you read the ARC-PA description of who is eligible to sit for the PANCE, a person who started at a provisional school would not be able to take the PANCE even if their school was to gain accreditation before they finished their studies (didactic or clinics). See attached from ARC-PA: The program I am considering has provisional accreditation. What happens to me as a student if it does not receive accreditation?Provisional accreditation is an active accreditation status. Prior to 2003, those graduating from a PA program that held an a
  9. Amanda, there already is a thread that discusses the Mount Union PA interview cycle. Please check below to see previous discussions.
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