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  1. Hi All! First and foremost, I appreciate any and all feedback. I am a December 2019 graduate and am starting my first PA job this week (amongst the COVID crisis...perfect timing...) I have, for as long as I can remember, struggled with feeling like I don't belong, am not good enough, am not smart enough, etc. and this has transformed into anxiety about being an inadequate provider. I am extremely excited to start caring for patients and I have the desire to learn as much as I possibly can, but I constantly have this nagging thought at the back of my head telling me that I am going to fail. That I'll hurt people due to lack of knowledge. That my attending and peers will think I'm dumb or that I'm not catching on quick enough. For those of you who have been practicing for a while, or even if you're a new grad who has found ways to deal with this - please help! I need some reassurance that my fellow PAs have not only felt this way, but found ways to overcome it. Thanks again!
  2. Wow, thank you so much for all of your insight! Congratulations on being accepted :)
  3. Hi everyone! I'm new to this forum and I did check out some of the other posts but I still have some questions! First and foremost, could someone tell me more about the interview process? I've talked to a few people who had interviews at different schools and said that each one was a little bit different. I'm most curious about the group/individual interviews. Can anyone tell me what kinds of questions they ask? Situational (what would you do if this happened, tell me a time when...) or more questions about the applicant personally (what's your best quality, worst, etc..) Second, how does everyone feel about this program? General quality, friendliness of staff, location, etc. If I attend here I would be an approximate 9 hour drive from home so I'm just wondering how attending an intense program like this would be without having my support system right there. Lastly, can anyone tell me about the capstone project and how they felt about it? It seems kind of intense!! Thanks guys!
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