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  1. Thank you all for your feedback. If anyone is still following along, would you mind sharing what part of the country you are from? I wonder if it's more/less common to have certain kinds of contracts depending on location due to competition between systems. Or maybe it's just institutional variance...
  2. Hello PA Forum! For some reason I haven't been able to find a resource anywhere for this, but does anyone know of a comprehensive list of specialties that are hourly pay (as opposed to salaried)? I have heard time and time again throughout the forum the benefits of hourly pay, which is why I'm curious to know the full scope of specialties that offer this. The main specialties that I can think of are (I know that these specialties can be salaried as well): Emergency Medicine Internal Medicine Critical care/ICU Another question, for those specialties that are salaried, how do you best recommend avoiding a situation where you are taken advantage of as a provider? I'm very aware of the problem of burnout/overworked providers, and as a current PA student I'm prepared to work hard for the benefit of my patients but I would like to avoid any situations that could lead to my industrious nature getting the better of me. Thank you in advance for any thoughts or words of advice you may have. Cheers, -Syd
  3. I just got into my top choice, someone should be hearing some good news from the alternate list! best of luck to you all!
  4. Thank you, I’m so excited! Just checked it today because I’m curious and it seems they offered you a seat today as well! Congrats
  5. Rpat same... I’m #2 on the waitlist and calling every day during my lunch break aha. It seems that in years past (according to the 2018 and 2017 forums) the waitlist started moving around late February/March... so hoping it will start moving soon. Good luck neighbor!
  6. Hi guys! I submitted 7/9 and thought I'd get involved with the thread. No emails back from Marquette so far. Good luck to all! Cumulative GPA: 3.73 Science GPA: 3.74 GRE: 321 & 4.5 PCE: 1100 as a PCT on a Med/Surg floor, I'll have 1500 more (at least) by June 2019. Shadowing: 135 hours with PAs and MDs mostly, with some experience in a hospice clinic observing chaplains, social workers and RNs. Other experience: I have research experience in biochemistry, epidemiology and medical humanities. I also have a handful of volunteer/leadership/teaching experiences, although not as extensive.
  7. Hi guys! I received my "application received" email 7/9 and thought I'd get involved with the thread. I did the optional essay as well. Good luck to all on your interviews! Cumulative GPA: 3.73 Science GPA: 3.74 GRE: 321 & 4.5 PCE: 1100 as a PCT on a Med/Surg floor, I'll have 1500 more (at least) by June 2019. Shadowing: 135 hours with PAs and MDs mostly, with some experience in a hospice clinic observing chaplains, social workers and RNs. Other experience: I have research experience in biochemistry, epidemiology and medical humanities. I also have a handful of volunteer/leadership/teaching experiences, although not as extensive.
  8. Hi guys! I submitted 7/9 and thought I'd get involved with the thread. Good luck to all! Cumulative GPA: 3.73 Science GPA: 3.74 GRE: 321 & 4.5 PCE: 1100 as a PCT on a Med/Surg floor, I'll have 1500 more (at least) by June 2019. Shadowing: 135 hours with PAs and MDs mostly, with some experience in a hospice clinic observing chaplains, social workers and RNs. Other experience: I have research experience in biochemistry, epidemiology and medical humanities. I also have a handful of volunteer/leadership/teaching experiences, although not as extensive.
  9. Hi guys! I submitted 7/9 and thought I'd get involved with the thread. Good luck to all! Cumulative GPA: 3.73 Science GPA: 3.74 GRE: 321 & 4.5 PCE: 1100 as a PCT on a Med/Surg floor, I'll have 1500 more (at least) by June 2019. Shadowing: 135 hours with PAs and MDs mostly, with some experience in a hospice clinic observing chaplains, social workers and RNs. Other experience: I have research experience in biochemistry, epidemiology and medical humanities. I also have a handful of volunteer/leadership/teaching experiences, although not as extensive.
  10. Hi guys! I just scheduled my interview for August 16th! ?I'm actually excited for the mini-interview process, I've heard from last year's forum that it's much less intimidating than other schools/formats. Good luck to all! ? Submitted: 7/9 Cumulative GPA: 3.73 Science GPA: 3.74 GRE: 321 & 4.5 PCE: 1100 as a PCT on a Med/Surg floor, I'll have 1500 more (at least) by June 2019. Shadowing: 135 hours with PAs and MDs mostly, with some experience in a hospice clinic observing chaplains, social workers and RNs. Other experience: I have research experience in biochemistry, epidemiology and medical humanities. I also have a handful of volunteer/leadership/teaching experiences, although not as extensive. Feel free to message me with questions!
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