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About Joemonkey

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  1. I think we will hear back as soon as this week. Enjoy!
  2. According to a CSUMB MSPA advisor, invites to interview won’t be sent until June.
  3. My EMT class instructor wrote one of my LORs and I’ve been accepted to programs.
  4. Im not sure but I think they’ll be in June with acceptances in early July.
  5. Accepted yesterday afternoon after interviewing yesterday morning
  6. They take seriously the requirements for admission. I’ve spoken with an admissions advisor at CSUMB who said the school receives many applications without completed requirements. I believe those apps are automatically rejected. I’d suggest saving your money.
  7. It would not be fair for those who have interviewed or others who will interview for you to have the advantage of anticipating what the interview will be like beyond what the program has already told you.
  8. Yeah i'm sure a position w AMR would prepare for a job as ER tech. Just depends how you look at it... Thank you for your insight.
  9. Hello, which is better experience for PA school? EMT w AMR: 911 gig seeing all sorts of patients in busy 911 system in CA COVID facility: ive been doing this work as an EMT/medical technician for almost a year, and I’m comfortable w it now. Working w lots of covid patients who are receiving up to 15 LPM, covid drugs like decadron, remdesivir, helping w ADLs, initiating oxygen therapy, etc. I believe the EMT w AMR would be better experience because I’d see a greater variety of pts. It would involve a huge pay cut but money isn’t the objective here, experience is. I
  10. I believe CCPA Program will inform its applicants of acceptances by phone and non-acceptances by email, similar to most other PA programs.
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