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  1. I haven't either! Starting to get a little anxious lol!
  2. Does anyone know what benefit there was to submitting by the priority deadline? Fortunately I had everything in by June 1st but never really understood what they meant by ‘priority’. Will we hear back sooner regarding if they want to interview or not?
  3. Hi! I'm curious what other people have done in the past/suggest for adding collegiate athletics to CASPA? It was a huge part of my 4 years in college, and I was also a captain so I wanted to include the leadership aspect to my application but I'm not sure how to enter accurately. If I add being a captain under leadership experience, it requires me to select "Volunteer, Academic, or Paid". I currently have my sport entered under "Memberships" but I'm open to changing it to something different. Any suggestions/insight you could offer would be great! Thank you in advanced!
  4. I've also been wondering the same thing- I'd like to keep my schedule as open as possible and take classes like psych and stats online so that I'm able to work as much as possible. I know to take all lab courses in person but does anyone feel like taking some pre-recs online was something that was looked down upon during the application process?
  5. I'll spare the forum my life story and cut right to the chase: Which patient care experience would allow an applicant to be more competitive: EMT-B or CNA/STNA? Or, does it not make a significant difference either way? I'm currently in the process of deciding which direction to go and am looking for some advice! CNA/STNA classes seem to be more affordable and easier to obtain, but most of the available positions are in LTAC facilities. Obtaining an EMT-B certification is more expensive, but it could lead toward higher acuity experience in a hospital setting. I'm having an open mind to either option but am curious if PA schools seem to value on certification over the other. (I'm not as concerned with salary of the position but rather what is going to make me the most competitive applicant). Thank you in advanced for insights and feedback!
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