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  1. Thank you all! I'm glad to hear it. It just makes so much more sense to me to take that path.
  2. I've seen quite a few times that interviewers will question why you're choosing to become a PA rather than a Nurse Practitioner after working as a nurse full-time for several years. To me, I'll still be getting the hands on experience I need to be functional as a PA and will be more involved and in the know than I would if I worked as a CNA first, which seems to be a more accepted form of getting patient care experience for PA school. Do you think becoming a Nurse could affect my chances of being accepted to PA school? My argument would be that I prefer the more in depth diagnosis and tr
  3. I'm entering my freshman year of college and I've been reading up on how to gain direct patient care hours for PA school admission in the most efficient way possible. I know I'll be continuing to volunteer at a hospital in the coming months, but along with undergraduate work, there's no way I'll be able to reach the tremendous number of hours needed for acceptance. So with that being said I have a few questions: 1) I've read a lot of stories and seen on quite a few LinkedIn profiles, people who seem to be moving straight from undergrad into PA school. How is that possible? Where &
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