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  1. Hello!

    I'm interviewing this October at Spokane campus. I noticed you got in and I was wondering if you had any advice on getting accepted for the interview process. 




  2. Hello! I am interested in hearing from any current Urogynecology PAs out there about: 1. job description, including what procedures you perform (including the OR) and how often you are in surgery vs. clinic 2. How many hours worked per week and what type of practice you are in 2. Salary/location....would be great to find out both but I don't want to intrude too much on privacy. Thank you very much in advance!
  3. I would recommend you briefly mention your current work, if you are from the area or why you want to move here (just info about yourself from your app, very quick, just highlights) and then add in some things that make you unique. Married to your high school sweetheart? Won a baking competition? Recently learned how to salsa dance? Something that will help them remember you but also show a personable side. Don’t go into your passion to become a PA/ your life story introducing you to the medical field/ a big sob story....there will be time for those later (minus sob story, but they do like to hear about things you’ve worked hard to overcome, illustrating your perserverence and work ethic) hope that is helpful!
  4. First year student here- I’m sure you’ve heard it before, but the best advice I can give you is to be yourself! The interviews are relaxed and they just want to know you on a personal basis. They’ve already “accepted” you on paper! The 3-person interview style isn’t as intimidating as it may sound. Essentially they want to see how you answer questions differently from the other two people you’re in a session with. It’s a great opportunity to demonstrate your creative thinking skills. The faculty and staff are very welcoming...just try and enjoy the day. You’ll have time to visit with the first and second year students and it’s a great time to ask questions about the program and school-life balance. Good luck!
  5. Good luck to you all! I interviewed for the Spokane site in October and was accepted. I look forward to meeting those of you who will become my classmates! I am happy to answer any last minute questions about the interview if you have any!
  6. Are there any current/past students that wouldn't mind sharing the hours and demands of Spring A&P and summer quarter? Even fall also? I just want to get an idea about what to expect! Thank you in advance!
  7. If you do complete the masters degree, many PA programs will accept that in lieu of the GRE. Also I agree with above posters regarding the lack and depth of HCE- I see that as your weakest link. GPA isn't stellar but with stronger parts of your application could be overlooked. Good luck!
  8. Howdy! If anyone was/is accepted into the program, please feel free to join the Facebook page titled: Medex 2017-2019 which can be found using the search bar ????
  9. Thank you, Bianca!! It was nice meeting you Saturdsay!
  10. Did we meet at the interview at all? What's your name?
  11. I would say they are probably done around 5 today. But, I bet they'll make calls tomorrow too!! Good luck!
  12. Not yet...I am soooo crossing my fingers for one though. Congrats David! I knew you would get in. Did they just call you?
  13. They've started calling people is what I can confirm...
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