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  1. I have both PAs and MDs in my family. Both work hard, long hours. Both also love and recommend their career choice! The comment with regard to children and residency deserves strong consideration though. Thanks for all of your opinions!
  2. Azgal, thank you so much for all of your tips! My son survived me going through four years of nursing school. Now that I have decided to continue on to PA school, I have this knot in my stomach thinking am I really going to do this again!? He will be of school age now though, so I'm hoping that will help since he will have a little homework to do himself! I especially like your idea to celebrate your quizzes and tests with your kids :-)
  3. Does any of you regret completing PA school rather than med school? I am on the PA route for the general reasons people choose it over med school: length of education, intensity, less liability..etc. However, I feel that when taking into consideration the period of an entire lifetime, the extra two years of med school and three years residency is less daunting. PA appears to be a wonderful profession, but after a while does it get to you to not be ultimately in charge? I just wanted to hear some thoughts. I know this will vary greatly between people and it is clearly an individual decision. I
  4. Hey, thanks so much for responding so quickly! Leah and I have been playing phone tag, so I hope to speak to her soon :-)
  5. Pacific requires a bachelor's degree to be completed prior to May 1st in the year of entry. Has anyone been accepted that had all of their prerequistites completed, but a bachelor's degree still in progress at the time of application? Thanks for any info! It seems too competitive to have anything less than perfect!
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