Jump to content

k.mofor

Members
  • Content Count

    5
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

0 Neutral

About k.mofor

  • Rank
    Newbie

Recent Profile Visitors

212 profile views
  1. Hello guys.Congratulations to you all on getting accepted into the UNT PA program. My name is Kelly. I am currently a senior at UTSA...i graduate next spring(2016) and plan on getting into a PA school. (Texas Tech is my first choice ) I wanted to ask if you don't mind sharing with me your experience as far as the application process is concerned. I finished in May and plan on applying in June? Idk if that's too late. I know this is a huge favor to ask but does anyone mind sharing with me what their GPA, GRE, AND HCE range was?. I'm just trying to get a feel of what they're looking for. My current gpa is a 3.8 overall. ..my science gpa is 3.5. I haven't taken the GRE yet..still studying for it. Also i am a Certified Nurse Aide and i work as a homehealth aide. idk if that is a good idea or should I work in a hospital or nursing home instead? I've been working for about 10 months now part time..I'll say i have about 300hrs HCE. ( I know I have to get that up)...ANY ADVICE OR INFORMATION FROM ANYONE WOULD BE GREATLY APPRECIATED. Thanks and have a good day! :) Sent from my SM-N910T using Tapatalk Sent from my SM-N910T using Tapatalk
  2. Hello guys.Congratulations to you all on getting accepted into the UTPA program. My name is Kelly. I am currently a senior at UTSA...i graduate next spring(2016) and plan on getting into a PA school. (UTPA is my first choice ) I wanted to ask if you don't mind sharing with me your experience as far as the application process is concerned. I finished in May and plan on applying in June? Idk if that's too late. I know this is a huge favor to ask but does anyone mind sharing with me what their GPA, GRE, AND HCE range was?. I'm just trying to get a feel of what they're looking for. My current gpa is a 3.8 overall. ..my science gpa is 3.5. I haven't taken the GRE yet..still studying for it. Also i am a Certified Nurse Aide and i work as a homehealth aide. idk if that is a good idea or should I work in a hospital or nursing home instead? I've been working for about 10 months now part time..I'll say i have about 300hrs HCE. ( I know I have to get that up)...ANY ADVICE OR INFORMATION FROM ANYONE WOULD BE GREATLY APPRECIATED. Thanks and have a good day! :) Sent from my SM-N910T using Tapatalk Sent from my SM-N910T using Tapatalk
  3. Hello guys.Congratulations to you all on getting accepted into the Texas Tech PA program. My name is Kelly. I am currently a senior at UTSA...i graduate next spring(2016) and plan on getting into a PA school. (Texas Tech is my first choice ) I wanted to ask if you don't mind sharing with me your experience as far as the application process is concerned. I finished in May and plan on applying in June? Idk if that's too late. I know this is a huge favor to ask but does anyone mind sharing with me what their GPA, GRE, AND HCE range was?. I'm just trying to get a feel of what they're looking for. My current gpa is a 3.8 overall. ..my science gpa is 3.5. I haven't taken the GRE yet..still studying for it. Also i am a Certified Nurse Aide and i work as a homehealth aide. idk if that is a good idea or should I work in a hospital or nursing home instead? I've been working for about 10 months now part time..I'll say i have about 300hrs HCE. ( I know I have to get that up)...ANY ADVICE OR INFORMATION FROM ANYONE WOULD BE GREATLY APPRECIATED. Thanks and have a good day! :) Sent from my SM-N910T using Tapatalk
  4. Ok. Tnk you very much for your response Sent from my SM-N910T using Tapatalk
  5. Hello. I'll be finishing with a bachelor's degree in May 2016 and start PA schools application shortly after that. I was just wondering what you guys think about taking and dropping a class in the university( cause i was failing ) ...and tgen retaking it and have a B at a community college. Do you think that it'll be a problem? Tnks Sent from my SM-N910T using Tapatalk
×
×
  • Create New...

Important Information

Welcome to the Physician Assistant Forum! This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website. Learn More