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About ThePrePA52

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  1. If I had to guess, there were maybe 25 people there on the day I went.
  2. I cancelled my interview for November 15th. I hope someone gets my position!
  3. What I liked about Lipscomb is the amount of love they have for everyone. They go as far as they can to welcome you and make you feel at ease the best they can. The campus is beautiful and they have some pretty new and top of the line facilities. They don't try to put on a show or anything and they are just unique in how genuine and authentic they are.
  4. I'm 22 years old and got a degree in Health Sciences. GRE: N/A (Never Took It) Overall GPA: 3.7 Science GPA: 3.63 PCE: 1900 hrs Shadowing: 300 hrs I graduated college this year (2019) in August because I had to do an internship over the summer. I applied in early June. All of my PCE was from being an EMT. My LORs were from the PA I shadowed, a fellow firefighter coworker, and a health science professor from my college.
  5. I actually didn't do anything to prep for it and did just fine. I'm not even the strongest of writers either.
  6. I just received my acceptance call! I also interviewed on 10/18! I'm so excited to be a part of the Lipscomb family!
  7. I was there on the 18th for the interview. Let me say a few things. If you are at all nervous about the interview then DON'T BE!!!! They are very warm and welcoming so don't be so uptight. They truly care about you as a person and that's how it should be.
  8. How was the interview experience this year for anyone who has gone?!
  9. I clicked on that even though it's wrong. However, I keep trying to submit but it says that I am having issues with the program disclosure part. I have filled out the entire application twice and am still having issues. I emailed Mr. Bocking.
  10. Just got the supplemental application. Just a heads up.
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