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  1. I am looking to buy a ROSH account with 14 days or more activity. Please PM me if interested.
  2. You can apply as a senior and some students graduate UG a week before starting.
  3. I started my program with a roommate that I did not know before we moved. It has been a really good experience for me. We help each other study occasionally and He is a really easy roommate. I am sure not everyone is as fortunate. I am paying out of state with loans, so a roommate was no contest. I would do it again. Unless your program is extremely small, you do not have to sit next or group with your roommate during the day. It was nice for me to have some interaction outside of class in a new area. Best of luck.
  4. Hello all, I am attempting to prophylactically treat any confusion that may arise due to GRU changing the name of the university again. As of today, GRU will now be called Augusta University. I hope this clears up any discrepancy that may arise. I cannot deny nor confirm this going down better with A1 sauce or any prior Australian influence, but it could be gold. Good day, HS
  5. Just finished Anatomy third exam and cannot believe it is over. Our other classes get harder for the last two weeks we have left. Although anatomy is a personal weakness, it is definitely rewarding to know so much about the body and look forward to serving others through it.
  6. Perhaps try a different internet browser like IE or Chrome. I occasionally have problems with FF on drop down boxes. Good Luck!
  7. You might also consider Case File books. Depending on your program, getting familiar with Netter's would not hurt anyone.
  8. I used one clinical PA, one clinical surgeon, and a science professor that knew me well academically. "We recommend strongly that at least one of your references be provided by a physician assistant who has seen you in action with patients or in a volunteer capacity." I would suggest mostly clinical references, especially if your GPA and GRE are high.
  9. Some tips I would say are to be early, use humility, and be yourself. They are interested in knowing who you are in the small time given. Make sure you get the required PA shadowing hours and try to get 2-3 types of practices. Know why you want to become a PA and why you want to go to GRU.
  10. I used the Kaplan book and the free ETS software on their website. I would not recommend the ETS book because the test in it are free on site. I also found it helpful practicing a whole test with writing. I ran out of time on math on the last two questions on both sections which were the only two not multiple choice. Missing four, due to time, I still got a 161. Just learn the patterns. I spent no time on vocabulary but made sure everything else was strong. Good luck to you :)
  11. I used the Kaplan book, some free apps, and two free test from ETS software as well. It should be sufficient for your needs and more than I needed. I spent roughly $40 on test prep.
  12. I work under an EMT-B cert. as an ER Tech/EMT transporter 700-1900 3-5 days a week. I am able to do draws, EKGs, Monitor tech II, splints, drive/charge truck and Foley.
  13. Yes there is a facebook group called "GRU PA class of 2017." It is a closed group, so request or try sending the admin a message. Congratulations and I hope you find a great living situation.
  14. For those of you I had the honor to meet, it was very nice and good luck to all who came. :)
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