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  1. Well my original plan was MD so I have been working on my healthcare experience already. I have been working as a medical assistant for a little over a year now, and the doctor I work with knows my school plans and he's been very accommodating to making sure I get lots of interaction with patients, so luckily I have plenty of hours. I have also already started to get some shadowing hours in. I would say I'm ready to go, I just need to take the GRE and graduate. I do like the sound of a break though...
  2. So my graduation date is slowly approaching, and I have been looking into becoming a PA for the past year or so and I have decided I want to go for it. My question is not about classes or GPA but just about the timeline in general about how and when to apply. I am graduating Fall 2018, so my main question is, should I wait to apply until I have actually physically graduated and apply for the 2019 cycle? Or can I begin applying next year in 2018 since I only have one semester left? I remember in high school, we can start applying for universities during our last year of high school, so I
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