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  1. Good lord. Delusional. Let’s work together on solutions rather than attacking the school. Interview/interview timelines - please think critically. why the hell would I, as a current PA student, follow this forum for interview timelines. Interviews were in October and November. Both cohorts don't participate in interviews. School sanctioned zoom w/ others where you can't speak privately aren't the same as in person, which I know they weren't. Stop. Just stop pretending you know everything. FFS. Why would an admitted student follow laters cohorts PA forum threads?? Think critically
  2. LOL, OK. You'll see. Hope you have better luck than we all did/have. Trying to be helpful without ending up with a punitive response from the program. What sort of details do you expect? What could I tell you to convince you? If you're mind is made up, I'm pretty sure the answer is nothing. What the hell could I possibly have to benefit from trying to save you a ton of money and headache, to put it mildy, by telling you to go to another school? Really?? Critical thinking, bruh. Again, you'll see how PA school - and this program is - when you really start... but hey, I truly love the
  3. As a current student at RMU's PA program, I don't feel right letting other unsuspecting pre-PAs make the mistake of coming here. I can't give too many details for fear of being found out by the program leadership, but this feeling is shared by MANY. It doesn't get better with rotations, that's for sure. I was warned at my interview (from current students) but chose RMU due to it's location in the mountains (Utah is sooooo pretty and there's so much to do wit all the national parks!!!) but nearly everything about the school is extremely poor quality at an extremely premium cost. If yo
  4. As a current student at RMU's PA program, I don't feel right letting other unsuspecting pre-PAs make the mistake of coming here. I can't give too many details for fear of being found out by the program leadership, but this feeling is shared by MANY. It doesn't get better with rotations, that's for sure. I was warned at my interview but chose RMU due to it's location in the mountains (Utah is sooooo pretty and there's so much to do wit all the national parks!!!) but nearly everything about the school is extremely poor quality at an extremely premium cost. If you have an acceptance els
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