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  1. I looked at the mission and try to incorporate one story of how I would fit. I think if there is one story then it would be best use of the limited character count (blank space included). But if you can't find one story, then maybe a few. See below, or the link above. To achieve our mission we will: Prepare a diverse PA workforce to serve the patient-centered needs and public health of the local, state and national communities. Educate students to utilize evidenced-based decision-making and problem solving that allows for safe, affordable practice of medicine in a changing health care environment, with an emphasis on self-assessment that promotes continuous improvement. Educate and encourage students to provide culturally competent and team-based care with a commitment to caring for all individuals. Prepare graduates who are creative leaders who advocate for and are civically engaged in their practice as clinicians, administrators, academicians, and researchers who contribute to the PA profession. Develop and support faculty members to achieve excellence in teaching, service and scholarship. Support PA Program graduates and faculty in lifelong learning.
  2. From 1/14/2020: https://primetime.bluejeans.com/a2m/events/playback/aa9954fb-c49e-4570-a1d3-e1d9f0d0cabc
  3. I attended their webinar yesterday and during the Q&A session someone asked if genetics would qualify for the 2nd physiology requirement. Dr. G. said yes but it must be higher than a 300 level. So you may want to inquiry about that if this apply to you. I was told that they do plan on sending out the link to the webinar recording from 1/14/2020. Here is the link to the 12/17/19 webinar, which I also attended-- different Q&A questions than yesterday. But worth listening to if you have time. https://primetime.bluejeans.com/a2m/events/playback/11d3ca39-7a51-4a7d-9246-4ffbaa964163 I submitted my application today. Good luck everyone!
  4. I also received the exact same email. It's a templated email merge, so the only thing that would change is the greeting with your name.
  5. Just got a rejection email. Good luck everyone on their PA journey.
  6. I got a rejection email today. Good luck to those who will be interviewing and those who will be moving forward with becoming a PA. Best of luck.
  7. Same here. Rejected, best of luck to those still awaiting or will be interviewing.
  8. I am in the same boat. I submitted my secondary application at the end of May and was verified shortly after. I haven't heard anything in five months.
  9. I have always taken no response as a rejection. A candidate can accept and put a deposit down and then rescind their acceptance at anytime before the first day of class. Programs would only wait list someone if they interviewed, so if no invitation was sent out that would mean by default it is a high chance of being rejected because interviewing requires coordinating faculty, staff and students' schedules. They generally know already well in advance what the interview dates are for the entire application cycle.
  10. I submitted end of April and I heard nothing, not even a confirmation.
  11. I too got the email about the waitlist notice. I am on the wait list as well. No news.
  12. I received a rejection email as well. Secondary submitted 5/21/19. Best of luck to everyone still awaiting to hear back and for those who will be interviewing!
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