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  1. Wow, this really got a lot of attention! Sorry for not responding earlier. Thank you for all of the replies and sage advice everyone, I appreciate all of the differing view points and ideas. Most of ya'll endorsed my fears of it reflecting poorly to prioritize this over my job, and I can definitely see how that would be true. I also understand the other side of things, and honestly so much is up in the air that there's no way to know for sure if I would even be caught in a position of conflicting interests. Anyway, just posted to see what other more experienced professionals advice was, and ya
  2. Hi everyone. Looking for some advice here..... I'm a PA student about to start rotations here soon. My boyfriend I have been dating since we started college, and plan to get married at some point in the next couple of years. We have been talking more about this recently as he wants to start planning ahead/budgeting to save for a ring and such. He has talked about getting engaged next year sometime, likely around graduation-ish (winter), and knows that I've always had my heart set on a spring wedding. I have two conflicting issues that I'm looking for advice on....... for religious reasons, I d
  3. Hi all. I'm a new PA student finishing up my first semester, and it's been a rough one. Between COVID and some personal struggles, I had a bad semester grades wise and ended up with one A, 5 B's, and a C in anatomy. In my program, that's almost failing (anything below an 80, only get one C the whole program), and I'll be on academic probation next semester. I've thought for a long time that I wanted to pursue an EM residency after school as I have a background as an ER tech and loved that setting. Now I'm worried that I've wrecked my GPA and won't be able to get it up to apply for residenci
  4. Thanks for your input! Glad to see you've been accepted. I'm working on this for a project with my program.
  5. For pre-PA's who have applied, are actively working toward applying, or recently been accepted..... what are issue/struggles you faced regarding applying to PA schools outside of academic mistakes? This can be anything (not related to your personal GPA/academics). Some examples are lack of quality PCE options, disadvantaged location for PCE opportunities, challenges securing shadowing positions, socioeconomic struggles. List anything you've found that made your journey to becoming a PA student more difficult!
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