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About ryanistryin

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  1. I really loved the school and all the people, but I had to turn down my seat to attend another school. Good luck to everyone on the wait list! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Sure, I submitted my supplemental in late July, and my application got forwarded on September 12th. cGPA:3.3/sGPA:3.4/GRE:317/~4000 hrs HCE as a medic in the Army. I got As on all the prereqs which helped too.
  3. I think you're right. I just received an interview invite and I wasn't reviewed until mid September even though I submitted in July. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. I was also at the interview on the 25th and just got my acceptance call as well!
  5. I interviewed August 11th and it was a phone call. I was not on the wait list.
  6. I received an interview invite from St. Pete a week ago or so for either Sep. 11th or Sep. 18th.
  7. I was just verified today! cGPA: 3.33 sGPA: 3.38 BCP: 3.48 GRE: Q-157 V-159 writing-4.0 Healthcare: about 4,000 hours as a medic in the Army including a deployment as a line medic. Also, another year and a half working on the administrative side in a hospital. About 60 hours of volunteering LORs from a doctor and PA I worked with in the Army and a professor I had for 2 semesters Good luck to all!
  8. Submitted: June 6th Materials received: June 8th Verified: June 12th
  9. I sent my transcripts off last Friday and just put my ID# in the address line as was said above. I didn't use the transcript form and CASPA got my transcripts and added them to my application with no problems.
  10. I don't think anyone would recommened to be in PA school while doing the 1 weekend a month and 2 weeks out of the year you'd have to do in the guard or reserves. Plus you could be called up to active duty for a year at any point. There's just no guarantees with the military (as I'm sure you and your husband both know). I would say, however, that joining as a PA after prior service wouldn't have as much of an affect as you would think. If you're a PA-C and the Army needs PA-Cs then they'd would take you. I was never a recruiter, but I think it would HELP being prior service if anything. Also keep in mind, guard/reserve can go to IPAP, but you'd have to be in San Antonio for a year for the didactic phase and your clinical phase could be at one of a number of Army hospitals in the states so if your family isn't able to relocate with you then that might be pretty tough.
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