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  1. Hello Shirene, Congratulations! April 17th is the due date for both the seat deposit and Acceptance & Deposit Agreement. Also, Contact Kele 786-873-4802 to be added to the (groupme) chat. Class of 2021 is here and you could get answers to many of your concerns.
  2. Great message Peter! Thank you for that. I subscribed to your channel and look forward to watching the rest of your content. How do I contact you for the shadowing opportunity? God bless. German Villegas Jr. Class of 2021
  3. Hi, Contact Kele 786-873-4802 to be added to the (groupme) chat. Class of 2021 is here and you could get answers to many of your concerns. The equipment should be purchased separately, like amazon.
  4. Kele, Very kind words! Thank you for being so helpful to us all during this process. Can't wait to meet you and your classmates.
  5. Hi Nick, Glad to hear you're interested in becoming a PA. Here are my stats, and I got accepted. cGPA 3.3, Science GPA 3.8, I have two degrees AS in Radiographic Technology and an AA, I am also a certified MRI technologist. I have worked as and MRI Technologist for 11 years, Volunteer hours I don't keep track of, I volunteer at my daughters schools PTA (probably 150+ hours), shadowing is not required for healthcare professionals but I did it anyways, I logged 75 hours shadowing a PA. Admission Exam score 21.75 (87%) I believe the Admission exam is key to securing an interview, so study hard. Good Luck!!!
  6. Congratulations to everyone who gained acceptance! I also want to say congratulations to those who are still waiting, making it this far says a lot about your qualifications, you've got what it takes to be considered. Only a few make it to the interview and it becomes very competitive at that point. I can't imagine how difficult it must be for the program to make their selections. Keep faith, we're not sure if they sent all the emails yet. However, if you don't gain acceptance keep working towards your goals. Don't lose hope, remember why you want this and come back stronger next year. You have an advantage over the next group with this experience, so build on that. Also, if you don't get in, schedule a visit with Jacqueline to inquire about areas in which you could improve. I've heard this is an option and you could gain great value from this. To the class of 2021, I'm honored to call you my classmates! We're gonna rock! Can't wait to meet all of you and begin our journey to becoming Physician Assistants. I feel grateful and blessed to have this opportunity. It's truly an overwhelming feeling of joy. To the class of 2020, thank you for your continued support and for all the updates. You were all once in our shoes and know how valuable and reassuring this forum is for us all. It has been nerve wrecking at times, but the updates helped ease the anxiety. I know we will all do the same for the following group. We'll definitely look for advice on materials & books, so yes, please share any tips on where we could save on cost. Once again Congrats to the class of 2021!!! See you all May 13th.
  7. Theoddshoe, Congratulations!!! I received my acceptance email as well. What a great feeling!!!
  8. The anxiety is real!!! Thanks to the students for keeping us updated.
  9. Thank you for the update. Good luck to everyone!
  10. Ok. How do you determine the %? Do you simply multiply the points by 4. Ex: score 22 = 88%
  11. Hi, As I saw today: Worst case, they will provide a paper exam to those who cannot access blackboard. However, the score won't be immediately available. Does anyone have an idea of what typical scores receive invites for interview?
  12. Thank you, I just checked and it has been updated.
  13. Hi gansakc, Thank you for keeping us informed throughout this initial stage. For those who did not receive invites, keep your heads up and continue working to improve yourselves. I know it's tough and likely easier said than done, but don't give up and please continue pursuing your dreams. Healthcare is a beautiful thing to be a part of, it requires dedication, sacrifice and perseverance. As gansakc advised, head over to the campus to find out in which areas you could improve to become a better candidate. For those who received invites, congratulations and good luck on your exams. I hope to meet some of you on the 20th and possibly become classmates for the next cycle. Study hard, not just for the exam, but because one day your knowledge will save lives! Best wishes to all!
  14. Hi Ginna, I went today and was told to fill out a request form, and that it would take a week for it to be updated. I'm hoping they get it done before my test date. Did your friend do the same? Or did they actually change the code when he/she was there?
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