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  1. They said that they had about 10 seats open fro grad students, however, during the 11/2 interview, they only had 4 spots open. So you most likely will be interviewing for the waitlist, but do not lose hope because they said they pull a good number off of the waitlist!
  2. Also trying to find this out. It is impossible to find a social media page for their PA program! I am trying to find current students to talk to!
  3. Once a program receives provisional accreditation, it means that the student can sit for the PANCE even if the program ends up losing accreditation. That being said, I would definitely attend your next interview! It definitely would not hurt!
  4. Thank you! That is what I noticed too, but was not 100% sure. The one that teaches with medicine modules has different courses for each system such as a cardiology module or musculoskeletal module. In each module they teach you everything you need to know about that system and they finish the lectures off with anatomy cadaver instruction. It seems like the organ based system school is what you said it is. You have several different courses in one day, but learning about the same organ. It seems like most schools go by the organ based system curriculum.
  5. Can someone explain the difference between a medicine module and organ based curriculum? How are they different if they are different at all? I am deciding between two schools that have these two differing curriculums and want to know the pros and cons of each type of curriculum! I would love to hear current students' thoughts on these teaching methods! Thank you in advance!
  6. Can someone explain the difference between a medicine module and organ based curriculum? How are they different if they are different at all? I am deciding between two schools that have these two differing curriculums and want to know the pros and cons of each type of curriculum! Thank you in advance
  7. Would any current SFU students mind sharing their input about what they like and dislike about this program? I really love this program, but am trying to decide which school to attend. Thank you!
  8. Can any current student give input on this program? What you like and dislike? You can PM me if that is better for you too!
  9. I got an acceptance call from Saint Francis today! I am shocked. I was really sure I would get waitlisted considering the fact that they had only had 4 seats open!
  10. Hi! So I have met one person who decided to just apply to non-GRE schools and she got in to two schools! You might be able to get away without taking the GRE, but you have to have excellent stats otherwise and the non-GRE schools end up having more applicants, making it more competitive to get in. I had a poor GRE score, applied to mostly non-GRE schools, but still got an interview at three GRE schools. Some schools do not weigh your GRE score heavily, they just want to check that you took it. I think that if you take the GRE, it will make the application process much easier for you, but ultimately, it is up to you!
  11. I would be the fourth class entering the provisional school and they had zero areas of noncompliance during their last ARC-PA meeting. They graduated one class so far and their first time PANCE rate was 96% with a 0% attrition rate which makes me confident in how they are implementing their program. I honestly have hunches both ways. If I don't attend the SC one, I may never have the opportunity to live in the south again. If I stay in my home state, I will have until July to prepare for a good program. That being said, my views and learning style align more with the CSU school so I think that is ultimately where I will go!
  12. I decided on CSU I am excited to join the family!
  13. Thank you for this! I was a little concerned about it being provisional status, but as long as I can sit for the PANCE, it should not matter, correct? Do employers care if you went to a provisional program vs a well-established one? Would you say it is a lot more difficult to find a job in your home state after attending an out-of-state program?
  14. Does anyone know any current students at East Falls I can contact? Most programs I interviewed at had Q and A with students, but East Falls did not and I have questions!
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