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  1. If I were to be offered an interview at the other schools I would rather attend, would it be wise to tell them that I have been accepted by another school? I want to display my desire to attend without coming off as arrogant. The other two schools have a higher PANCE and are in a much better location for me.
  2. Strange job description.
  3. Met one during an interview with a school I had but never got a chance to ask what a PA does in Endocrinology.
  4. What are your daily tasks? What do you do most frequently? What procedures do you do the most and least?
  5. So what is a day like in primary care? What are the most frequently performed repsonsibilities, duties, and procedures/skills?
  6. that all makes sense. but what if i submit an application without the in progress course listed even though i am enrolled in the course? In order to have the in progress course listed i would need CASPA to re-verify that transcript. or if i take it at a different community college i will have to wait for them to verify that transcript.
  7. My plan was to take an online pharmacology course in order to apply to drexel (and future applications if necessary) but I dont know the process. Will I have to resubmit my transcript and wait for it to be checked off by CASPA again in order to be verified or can I just state it is in progress and the school can verify later? I am assuming this isnt going to be a viable option at this point due to the verification process. I think it may be better for me to focus on other schools that dont require it and get my app in ASAP. But I thought I would ask.
  8. The institutional requirements titled "introduction to healthcare" and the lab portion and also the "introduction to microcomputer usage". These seem very specific to this program. I have never seen them anywhere else. I don't even know where I could take them...
  9. To make a long story short I had an interview with a PA school and this schedule came up in one of the exercises we did. I am wondering how prevelent this schedule is because it seems like a good work/life balance. Typically, how often are those 12hr days on weekends? And how often are those SET days that dont change much?
  10. How should i best prepare for the interview?
  11. From my experience these have been very inaccurate..... Wait this is a new table. Last year he had a table and i targeted the cheapest schools. When I chose some schools and checked their price on their website, all the schools ended up in the ~100k region
  12. Where are you getting these numbers?
  13. I dont see many schools with tuition being less than 90k (entire program) and find it hard to believe that it is the average. And 35k for an entire program???? What program is that? I agree the room and board estimates are way higher than I would need. I dont spend anywhere near that living in Los angeles.
  14. http://cehs.tu.edu/paprogram/aboutus/Approx Cost of Attendance 4-17.pdf .... ... ... -_-
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