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  1. I did send my supplemental last September of last year. I still haven't heard anything from them :(
  2. I'm out of the country currently and I haven't heard any response from this program regarding any interview inviting or rejection.. I submitted my application last summer. I'm wondering if they are still conducting any interview AND until when? I cannot call since I'm out of the country. I sent an email but I haven't heard from them either. Maybe someone from this forum can tell me any updates? Thank you.
  3. I'm out of the country currently and I haven't heard any response from this program regarding any interview invitation or rejection.. I submitted my application last summer. I'm wondering if they are still conducting any interview AND until when? I cannot call since I'm out of the country. I sent an email but I haven't heard from them either. Maybe someone from this forum can tell me any updates? Thank you.
  4. I'm out of the country currently and I haven't heard any response from this program regarding any interview inviting or rejection.. I submitted my application last summer. I'm wondering if they are still conducting any interview AND until when? I cannot call since I'm out of the country. I sent an email but I haven't heard from them either. Maybe someone from this forum can tell me any updates? Thank you.
  5. I agree with this advice. I have question though, that calculated cost you have for PCOM includes your living situation? Because if not, we can say that staying in Boston will still be cheaper. Maybe?
  6. Definitely go for the PA program. As one post had mentioned, 'you are lucky to get into one already'. A lot of people are struggling to get into a program. Grab the opportunity NOW! You might regret it later. Anyway, at least you have some financial support other people don't have it. As for the career certainty, in response to the previous post...I think nothing is really certain in life. Even a person who finishes a Phd might change his or her mind and become a PA. I salute this young kid for having a clear goal at this age. At least you have something to start working for. Other people find this process very difficult. Good luck!
  7. Woah! That's exciting. I submitted everything last September as well. I hope I hear from them soon. I've been waiting. Good luck on your interview!
  8. Even though I cannot empathize with you completely, I understand how you feel because at times I feel the same way. Honestly, the only way to fail in this journey is not to try at all. Believe me, there are still people out there who still got in despite their extremely low GPA. Although, I really think that you have to work much harder to raise your GPA to at least 3.0 to have better chances of getting into at least one school since majority of them requires 3.0 cGPA. When you get there, then you have better chances of applying. Right now, I don't think that will get you in to a school especially your are only applying to Florida schools. Expand your options of where you might be applying as well. I understand that you have family with you but the more schools you apply the higher your chances to get into at least one school. Don't limit yourself. Otherwise, you might have to just change your strategy. Maybe try applying later when everything is in place (ie baby is bigger, more flexibility of relocation, as close to 3.0 cGPA. etc). There you go! I hope that helped. Good luck!
  9. When did you submit your CASPA? And when did you hear from them for this interview? Thanks.
  10. Minimun 3.0GPA and at least 200hrs of healthcare experience. You can find more information regarding your questions in this site: http://www.pcom.edu/admissions/adm_FAQs/PaFaqs.html
  11. I'm sorry to hear. Although, may I ask when did you send your supp app for PCOM?
  12. 56 students. This is according to the recent class that went through the white coat ceremony.
  13. I got a letter that I was accepted!!!! Then...I opened eyes. It was all dream. Darn. I even caught myself smiling when I opened my eyes. Anyway, good luck to everybody! I am hoping good news from them.
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