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  1. Congrats to everyone that were accepted. It's going to be a long and stressful road but you won't regret it! Making a FB page is a great idea. We have one for our class and it's the best was to stay in touch. We can also make a 2017-2018 connection page down the road as there is one for 2016-2017 class so you can ask questions. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. No problem. Anything I can do to help. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Hey guys just want to pop in and try and relieve some stress. The preceptor interviews does not have much to do with their discussion. They just visit with the preceptor and ask some questions about their practice. Anyone who had an interviews had to have meet the criteria for the preceptor so they just want a little more info. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. I think anyone who got an interview will also have a preceptor interview as well (track 1) Just another step in the process. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. I think most work part time. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. I only work 6 days a month and usually weekends. I send almost everyday from 9-4 either taking notes from lecture or studying for an exam or working on a paper. It all depends on how well you can understand a lot of information in a short period of time. I'm not one to read something once and remember it. If you are you will be ok. Along with that though, it's very in depth material. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. Most stay at the StayBridge motel it's only a few miles from campus. They gave awesome discounts. But if accepted you will receive a list of hotels and rates. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. Yes very busy! Lot of reading and studying. It gets easier after the fist semester as you already know what to expect. If anyone has question just ask and I'll answer as best as I can! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. Hello everyone! I'm currently a fist year PA student at UND and wanted to wish everyone good luck!
  10. Lilobe33- as long as you have a BS degree and at the minimum of three years working as a nurses you should qualify. The more HCE you have will make you more a competitive applicant. I have a BS in respiratory care and had three years of HCE. Your GPA of course is awesome, no problems there. I'm just starting the program in May, but I have two co works currently in the program and one worked full time and the other part time for the online period. After that they when PRN. The program highly suggests that you do not work during clinical phase.
  11. University of North Dakota is part online and in class. The first 9 months is online including anatomy, physiology,pharm, patho ect. Each semester you have to attend classes on campus for 5 weeks. You do all your clinicals in your home area. There are two tracks to this program for acceptance. One track is for licensed/certified professions like RN,RRT,paramedics with 3 years of clinical experience with BS degree. The other track is science based BS degrees with 1000 HCE. so this program is half online and attending campus. Only other program that I know like it.
  12. I'm starting PA in May and I have been wondering the same thing. I was told that you can't hold two precessional license. Is this true? So does this mean I can keep my credentials but can not have my RT state license or am I totally off?
  13. Has anyone received info about orientation? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. @Chazilla. This may be a little late and you may have already applied but respiratory therapist HCE would count. I'm a RRT 3.5 yeas of full time experience and was accepted for the class 2017. You might want to email them about ECG tech. How many years did you work as a RT? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. I'm glad to hear that! I have a couple RT friends finish PA school and they said it was hard but with a medical background make it a little easier. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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