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  1. I received an acceptance call last week!!! I interviewed on 01/17. The wait is the toughest part. My fingers are crossed for the rest of y’all!
  2. I'll be interviewing on the 17th as well. I'm planning on going to the dinner on Thursday night. Looking forward to meeting everyone!
  3. Hey all, Been reading a lot about applicants who have taken a biology/health-science/etc. masters program in an effort to improve their GPA or to "show" PA schools that they can handle tough, upper level coursework. I was wondering what you'd consider the "cut-off" to be for when you should or should not pursue a masters? Anything less than 3.7? 3.6? 3.5? 3.4? Quite frankly I've been considering this myself (I'd be happy to provide my stats). I know a lot of factors obviously go into a decision like this (trends, cGPA, sGPA, pre-reqGPA, HCE, shadowing, the application as a whole, etc.), but just kinda wondering what peoples inclinations are on this. Thanks!
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