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  1. If you haven't booked your accommodations yet, this hotel is having a Black Friday sale. It's about a 2min walk away from the interview venue.
  2. @Dani27 Are you willing to/can you shed some light on the interview process? I received information in the mail regarding interview day, and it seems really rigorous! I'm interested as to how they're going to interview multiple candidates and have different stations in a hotel ballroom.
  3. I think the theme of your statement is very clear and speaks volumes. There are many schools with values similar to yours. However, I don't feel like I've learned anything about you other than you work as a paramedic. You don't even share how you felt when Emma died. Overall, very good theme for your first draft! :)
  4. Hi all! I'm planning to apply this cycle for Class of 2019. For those who were accepted or waitlisted, can you share your stats like cumulative and science gpa were? I see that the minimum gpa requirement is 2.7 for science and cumulative! Any info is greatly appreciated! Thank you in advance.
  5. Hi all! I'm planning to apply this cycle for Class of 2019. For those who were accepted or waitlisted, can you share your stats like cumulative and science gpa? I see that the gpa requirement is 2.7 for science and 3.0 for cumulative! Any info is greatly appreciated! Thank you in advance.
  6. Hi all! I'm planning to apply this cycle for Class of 2020. For those who were accepted or waitlisted, can you share you stats like cumulative and science gpa, gre score? I see that the minimum gpa requirement is 2.75 for both cumulative and science! Any info is greatly appreciated! Thank you in advance.
  7. Hi all! I'm planning to apply this cycle for Class of 2019. For those who were accepted or waitlisted, can you share you stats like cumulative and science gpa, gre score? I see that the gpa requirement is 2.75 for both cumulative and science! Any info is greatly appreciated! Thank you in advance.
  8. Hi all! Has anyone heard back about their acceptance? If so, congrats, if not, good luck! I'm planning to apply for the class of 2019. I see online the minimum gpa requirements are 2.5 cum/science. Would any of you accepted/waitlisted be willing to share your stats like cum/sci gpa and gre scores? Any info is greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance!
  9. Hi all! I'm planning to apply this cycle for Class of 2019. For those who were accepted or waitlisted, can you share you stats like cumulative and science gpa, gre score? I see that the gpa requirement is 2.75 for both cumulative and science! Any info is greatly appreciated! Thank you in advance.
  10. Thank you all! Will work on it some more this weekend!
  11. I want to know what Mrs Doe wants to chat about over coffee and more about Mr. Z's jokes. Make the reader want to join you!
  12. I think your intro needs some work. It seemed like you were about to describe an awesome experience doing a human dissection or open heart surgery but then you flipped and flopped between other things. "The electrical signals that pump the heart, the peristalsis movement of the esophagus, the uptake mechanism of calcium ion channels, the bare cadaver exposing vulnerable yet intriguing parts of the human body." --> This isn't a complete sentence. I see you're trying to drop a hint that you know your anatomy and physiology, which is great, but how can you make that flow into why you desire to be a PA? I think your conclusion is much stronger than your intro. When I think of a conclusion, I think of it as a mini summary of the paragraphs above... just giving one more "punch" of why you'd be a great PA! :P
  13. 1) When you state your emotions, use nouns like confusion, distraught, and disappointment 2) There was sudden jump from hating docs to wearing scrubs... did you become a nurse in the meantime? I think your transitions throughout can be cleaner. 3) I do begin to get a sense of your passion for compassion, keep that theme throughout :)
  14. One note I have for you is re: this statement, " Due to my quiet nature, I grew very observant of others; whatever they felt, I, too, felt it." I think being observant and having empathy are two very different things. Maybe add something about how your observations led to you become empathetic and how it'll help you clinically as a PA. I felt a bit confused after reading that statement... Otherwise, I think your conclusion is strong!
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