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Earlthe

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  1. Hey were the textbooks required or optional for your didactic year? I'll be starting in a few weeks and was curious? PM me if you want
  2. Hello good people, My PA program start date overlaps with my undergrad final exams (I sorted it all out) and was wondering if anyone had any similar experiences? I don't feel burnt out, but I'm just getting more anxious in terms of class difficulty in comparison to undergrad, as that start date comes around the corner. Are courses much more difficult, or is there just more information to memorize? Thanks
  3. I shall advise you PM me
  4. I thought I was a strong applicant as well but only received 3 interviews, applied to 11 schools. To be honest apply to as many schools as you can afford to, you don't want to go through the process twice
  5. I would do nursing, there are many 2 year MSN programs and even some 1 year MSN programs. They are relatively easy to get accepted into, and you can pretty easily find a 70k/yr job if you really want it. Goodluck
  6. I recommend taking an accelerated CNA course either over winter break or in the summer and get a job at a hospital immediately after finishing. Many doors and experiences will open up for you
  7. Interview offers are right around the corner, anyone know the interview style that Madison has?
  8. Just received supplemental, but I'm pulling out. Goodluck all!
  9. You're still in high school, chill oouuutt. Something that I've noticed that tends to trip people up is thinking/planning way too far in advance. Take it one step at a time, I was a thug in high school and didn't evolve into a charazard until I started college. You'll be gucci
  10. That's what I thought as well. But matching a GPA of around 3.5 is different than matching a GPA 3.9<
  11. what does this mean to you, " successfully complete any outstanding courses for your bachelors degree prior to matriculation"
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