I am hoping for some advice/feedback/encouragement. I have had 4 interviews and placed on the waitlist at all 4. I feel as if I interview well and I am not sure why I am not getting any acceptances. The only thing I can think of that it is due to my mediocre GPA and C's in general chemistry. I have read the "How to "ace" the Physician Assistant School Interview" and make sure to research the schools I am interviewing at. I believe that I am prepared and have good, thoughtful answers to interview questions. I am still waiting to hear back from 9 or so schools but do not currently have any upcoming interviews. I would appreciate any advice you may have on how I can better prepare for hopefully more interview invites in the near future or how to deal with the anxiety from having to wait.
My Stats are as follows: Overall GPA 3.40, Science GPA 3.20, Average PreReq GPA ~3.40. PCE: ~3500 hours as an AEMT at an all volunteer rescue squad, ~1000 hours as a Scribe at a community ED. GRE: Verbal 153 (61%), Quantitative 153 (51%), and Analytical Writing 4.5 (82%). LOR: 2 from PAs, 1 from MD (OMD at the rescue squad), 1 from PhD my Biology Professor, and 1 from the Chief at the rescue squad.
Thanks in advance!