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  1. I wanted to know what PA's and MD's do exactly. Like what is the difference between the two. I know that MD's do a lot of paper work and note taking on patients well-being. I just wanted to know do PA's do the same thing? I guess, I am just really confused on how they are different. Please let me know. Thank you.
  2. I wanted to know what PA's and MD's do exactly. Like what is the difference between the two. I know that MD's do a lot of paper work and note taking on patients well-being. I just wanted to know do PA's do the same thing? I guess, I am just really confused on how they are different. Please let me know. Thank you.
  3. Hello everyone, I am Daniel. I am a community college student who really wants to be a PA. I have applied to transfer next fall under a kinesiology major. I have two questions: 1. Can one apply to PA school under a kinesiology major? I chose kinesiology because to me it is more practical. 2. I know prerequisites expire for some schools. I am just concerned that my prerequisites will expire by the time I graduate. I have sent 4 years at community college, and I'm applying to transfer. I guess my question is if there any schools that don't have prerequisite expiration dates? Or that has an
  4. Thank so much, for some reason the search bar does not work when I enter all of my info for it. Is that just because there is no schools that offer what I want because I put in some very reasonable stuff.
  5. Hello I am Daniel, I am currently volunteering at a clinical program without pay. I talked to someone today and they told me that all schools now require people to have paid Healthcare experience. Is there any truth to this? I hear this before, but is never saw specifics about this. And my second question is, do I need calculus to become a PA or do they just need statistics? I have taken both pre-cal and stats already, I am enrolled for calculus next semester, but I was thinking about dropping it because I don't think I need it. So yeah, do most schools require calculus to become a PA. I liv
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