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  1. I got accepted last Monday from the September 28th morning interview. I will be attending DeSales so someone will get my seat
  2. It's just a writing sample as soon as you get there and then you have either a PBL session or a group-interview with 2 other students. By the end of the day you complete a writing sample, do mock PBL, group-interview, and a tour.
  3. I'd say about 80 people are in each section, so they interview about 160 on each interview date.
  4. Hey guys!! I did too!! This is Nichole!
  5. Got an interview for Sept. 11th! Very excited
  6. Hi everyone! I am new here, but I am also feeling a bit unsure as to whether or not I am a good applicant for PA programs. @aking129, you sound like a great applicant and I wish I had some of your qualifications! I just finished my junior year and will be going into my senior year during the Fall. I have a 4.0 major GPA (Biology) and 3.96 overall GPA, 50+ hours shadowing a PA, 100+ volunteer hours, and scored above the 60th percentile on all sections of my GRE. In addition, I am the President of my universities Honors College/very involved other places on campus. However, I only have about 800 hours of patient care experience (I am a medical technician at a nursing home). With that being said, some of the schools I want to apply to require a minimum of 1000 hours. I will have these hours easily done by the end of the summer, but I am not sure how to let PA programs know that. Any ideas on what I should do? I have looked others places on this forum, but I am having trouble finding an answer. I plan on submitting my CASPA by 6/20. Schools: I am planning on applying to DeSales, Arcadia, Chatham, and Yale (as well as a few others).
  7. Hi everyone! This is my first post in this forum. So glad I found it! Anyways, I am currently applying to PA programs, and I have a question regarding my patient care experience. I work as a medical technician at a nursing home. Up until this point, I have about 800 hours. However, some of the schools I am applying to require 1000+ hours. I will easily get these hours done by the end of the summer. Should I put my "end date" on the CASPA as (ex) August 31st, 2019? That way, I can approximate the amount of hours I work a week to put myself over 1000 (and so the schools won't immediately throw out my application)! I have a 4.0 major GPA (Biology) and 3.96 overall GPA, 50+ hours shadowing a PA, 100+ volunteer hours, and scored above the 60th percentile on all sections of my GRE. Do you think this bare minimum of hours will hurt my chances into getting into PA programs? Right now, I am planning on applying to DeSales, Arcadia, Chatham, and Yale (as well as a few others). Thanks!
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