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  1. Hey, I'm just rolling through to see if I can help expand your studying database. Check out this post of various resources you can utilize to help you ACE the EOR exams, and eventually the PANCE!!! I hope this helps... The final link is to my personal study guides, yes I know I do the most! https://randomjournalposts.blogspot.com/2020/02/how-to-study-in-pa-school.html
  2. Hi everyone! I just took and passed the PANCE using Kaplan to study. I found it super helpful and I'm hoping some of you do too! The subscription lasts till June 11, 2020. You will have access to full question bank (reset for you), and videos. Accepting best offer. Message with offer or any questions
  3. Hey, I'm just rolling through to see if I can help expand your studying database. Check out this post of various resources you can utilize to help you ACE the EOR exams, and eventually the PANCE!!! I hope this helps... The final link is to my personal study guides, yes I know I do the most! https://randomjournalposts.blogspot.com/2020/02/how-to-study-in-pa-school.html
  4. What are some book/resources that you used to study for the PAEA end of rotation exams. Did you follow the blueprint exactly when studying? Thanks!
  5. I am thinking about applying into nursing program as my plan B, just in case I wont be selected for PA program. My question is, do you think the committee in interview would know about my new application; thinking it would raised a question "why did you apply for nursing? thx
  6. jathas


    Dear PA Student or PA Grad, After personally tutoring PA students matriculating in PA schools for 2 years, I began tutoring graduates who were about to take the PANCE for the first time. 100% of the first five I tutored scored high. After teaching for over 20 years, I have made these subjects relatively simple to learn without memorization! And since 2012, I have helped 57 students pass the PANCE and PANRE. My students are from schools all across the U.S. Feel free to call me at 617-816-8467 or email me at Precipiolearning@gmail.com with any questions Most Sincerely, John John Athas, M.D. (retired) Level 1 Trauma ER M.D. Instructor in Medicine I encourage you to visit my website at www.PrecipioLearning.com
  7. Dear Student, Please feel free to visit our website at www.precipiolearning.com We have been actively helping PA students beginning their clinical rotations with our private tutoring online as well as with our low cost Audiovisual online course. You are welcome to visit our website to see and listen to a free sample. All The Best, E. Redfern Admin. Precipio Learning LLC PrecipioLearning@gmail.com
  8. Hi Everyone. I have created a cheat sheet that I used while preparing for my PANRE. Included is a breakdown of the NCCPA Content Blueprint by main category (i.e cardiology, derm, pulmonary, etc. etc.) and individual subcategories/topics. Each subtopic is hyperlinked for a more in-depth review. You can print this cheat sheet out or download it as an interactive PDF to take notes and track your progress while you study. There is no need to reinvent the wheel. It is easy to get overwhelmed, but your exam will only cover the topics included in this checklist. Know these and you will be golden! http://smartypance.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/PANCE-AND-PANRE-CONTENT-BLUEPRINT-CHECKLIST.pdf PANCE AND PANRE BLUEPRINT CHECKLIST 2017.pdf
  9. Many of my classmates tell me the PAEA EOR exams are challenging and the study blue print provided is useless. We are just starting our clinical year and nobody as really figured out how to do do well...people pass, but I want to do well. Any tips on how to prepare for the PAEA EOR exams?
  10. KAPLAN Qbank AVAILABLE !!! For Rent or Full Purchase !!! If you are worried about passing, or want to make sure you've got the best practice questions available - THIS IS IT !!! I was out of the game for 2 years after graduation, and this helped me pass on my FIRST ATTEMPT! I have 11 months of KAPLAN Qbank access available! For only $150! Regular price is $200. Or Just Rent it for : 1 Week = $30 1 Month = $50 3 to 11 months = $150 (Transfer Complete Ownership to you.) Payment can be made via PayPal or ClearXchange. PM me, and I will get back to you within the same day. - AMD
  11. Hi, I graduated several months ago and have been doing a very detailed review of everything in the blueprint. Now, it's crunch time. I am signed up for a board review in early May and set to take my PANCE in late May. Any suggestions on which book or question banks I should focus on for these last few weeks? If you had to pick one thing to study from for the three weeks before your PANCE what would you choose? Thanks!
  12. I'm looking for a lightly used diagnostic set (oto/ophthalmoscope) for PA school. The school I'm attending said they are not doing a group order this year, therefore, I need to buy my own early. I'm interested in different brands/models etc. Reply to this thread or send me a message if you have any!
  13. Don't wait until it's too late to let them know how you feel. Every opinion count! "PA Colleagues: I am writing today to ask for your feedback on a new re-certification exam model being considered by the NCCPA Board of Directors. We developed this model in answer to the question: How can we maintain the generalist nature of the PA-C credential through a re-certification exam model that better reflects the current state of PA practice in which almost 75% of PAs are practicing outside of primary care? The model is explained within the survey we are now asking you to complete. (You can also read about it online at www.nccpa.net/panre-model.) As a profession, we are at a critical juncture in our history – an opportunity to position ourselves for the future. We ask that you carefully consider how the profession and our patients would benefit from a more meaningful, relevant recertification process. In the end, the credibility of each of us stands on the reputation and shoulders of the PA profession at large. Near the end, this survey asks whether you prefer the proposed model over the current one. Like the survey we conducted about PANRE last fall, it also elicits your views on the individual elements of this model and underlying issues and concerns – all feedback that will inform our discussion of this model as well as broader discussion about what matters most to certified PAs. We want to get this right. Our profession and patients deserve just that. Please complete this survey as soon as you can and no later than March 10: Click here to take the survey Or copy and paste the URL below into your internet browser: https://nccpa.co1.qualtrics.com/SE?Q_DL=1BaqxMmjoSUflyd_ahpVTyCMypBfMPj_MLRP_1CcsbhLbSIGBpxb&Q_CHL=email With thanks, Dawn Morton-Rias, Ed.D, PA-C NCCPA President/CEO PS - As a PA myself who has been certified for decades, who has worked in multiple specialties, who has faced the challenge of taking PANRE after several years out of clinical practice, who still has to take and pass PANRE just like you do... I ask you to give this its due consideration. I truly believe it represents a better way for certified PAs and for those who rely on the PA-C credential."
  14. I am planning to pick top schools (Duke, Weil, UC Davis, USC ... ). I also plan to apply to local schools in my area, which is in Florida (UF, Nova, Keiser). But I am not sure if I should consider this because of my spotty academic record (low gpa from 1st bachelors, withdrawing form a nursing school with good standing, and failing out of an ASN program). Is there any way to show adcom from these schools that I can be an equally competitive candidate than those with not so spotty academic records? I am planning to take between 3 to 4 years to build up a strong application. To address a spotty record I have been doing the following: After nursing I will: Start GRE early to get a near perfect score (this is possible. I have seen students with scores below 292 raised it to 336. Apparently this is possible with committment and dedication more than 3 months.) I will be preparing for PANCE early through CME, and baord exam questions Participate in CE's and CME's to become more aware of how to procedures, diagnostics, are done I will be reviewing ways to do patient interview, and patient intake After my first bachelors I plan to: Work with a private tutor to learn better study skills Get a second bachelors in the sciences, which also fulfull preprequisites for PA school There has been an upward trend in grades since nursing school. To gain better clinical experience I am Searching for a paid work as a PCT Right now I am working as a resident assistant, and planning to volunteer in a hospital.
  15. Florida licensed Physician Assistant available to cover for another Florida PA, or possibly NP/MD/DO. I have 20 years experience and work in assignments of 3 days to 6 weeks in length in Adult Primary Care/Internal Medicine.. Please contact me here or at jmiamibeach@gmail.com if you need to cover for a clinician out sick, out on vacation, need a break , increase in workload etc. ..anywhere in Florida.
  16. Hello, I've been tutoring PA students now for 3 years. I have also been tutoring PA grads trying to pass the PANCE and the PANRE. For those students who have taken the PANCE and been unsuccessful, we find what area they were weak in, and begin with review of subject material and then on to test bank questions. For students about to take it for the first time, we pinpoint areas that they are weaker in by reviewing grades from their schools. I also look at the schools themselves, as some schools have weaker clinical rotations than others. I also tutor students still In PA school. As far as fees, I have somewhat of a sliding scale in that I first talk to the student on the phone to find what that person's financial situations are. I am a retired M.D., having practiced ER Trauma in Miami/Ft. Lauderdale and have taught at Med Schools , undergraduate schools, for 23 years. and am not doing this for money as much as the enjoyment teaching brings me. At Present I have 3 students from around the country. I use joinme.com on the internet. I have time for 1 more student. I live in the Boston/South Florida areas and you may call me to inquire if you wish. 617-816-8467 or email nowjohn2003@yahoo.com Feel free to visit my website at www.pancetutor.com Best Wishes, John
  17. Hello Everyone, I am selling brandnew question bank for PANCE/PANRE preparation. The material was updated on July 2013. It is in a ebook format (PDF); in other words, I could be printed, stored on your tablet or smart phone--your choice. It includes approximately 2600+ questions with full explanations for all answers. All major modules are included, cardiology, pulmonolgy, GI, GU, nervous, hematology/oncology, EENT, endocrine, psch/behavrioul, dermatology, reproductive, musculoskeletal. You can buy online as well; however, it will come in a CD format or in a browser format---which means either way you would need an access to a computer and internet connection. Also, looking at 20+ quetsions on the computer can tire out your eyes real fast, real quick. Email me at sjaffe2@Gmail.com if you are interested. Sample included. Thanks, SJ Sample.pdf
  18. Hi folks! Thanks for taking a few minutes to read this post I wanted to take a second to let you know about a new MCAT prep app for iPhone/iPod Touch that’s been released via iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/app/id765420896 This app by Sprokit, Inc is really useful and a very efficient way to prep for the MCAT without having to lug around a backpack full of flashcards, books, prep guides and other resource materials. It really allows you to optimize every free second you have available to study whenever, wherever you like -- For example, this makes studying on your daily commute to work or school a breeze! The app features over 1k different flashcards filled with terms, definitions and equations you need to know to score well on the MCAT. It was developed by doctors and other qualified medical professionals, so you know they haven’t overlooked any area in prep for the test. Content includes: * Organic Chemistry * General Chemistry * Polyatomic Ions * General Biology * Molecular Genetics * Cell Metabolism * Nervous System * Embryology * Physics * Root Words * Skeletal System * And, more! Take a look and let me know what you think, I’m going to wager you love this app as much as I do! (And, I have a limited amount of promo codes I can give away, PM me if you’re interested and we’ll chat!)
  19. Just message me if you are interested. You are welcome to make me an offer for whatever you want. It's mostly powerpoints, pdfs, and questions.
  20. Hi everyone.. Im having a difficult time passing the PANCE exam. I was considering taking the three day course CME resources. 3 day 100% guarantee?? how accurate is this? I unfortunately have failed this exam several times and would really be interested in one on one tutoring. Im in St. Petersburg Florida. Is there anyone willing to help a fellow PA out?? will compensate. :smile: I would really appreciate any insight on taking action for prepping for this exam. I own the chicago review...didn't help.
  21. I have put together 3 practice exams for the PANCE and PANRE that are from the UMDNJ certified review course. They are online and meant so simulate the actual PANCE or PANRE that you will be taking. They are free and 120 questions each (for a total of 360 unique questions). I am still making some grammar corrections but wanted to get them posted since many people will be taking their PANCE this month. Here is the link... I hope you get a lot out of them. http://thepalife.com/pance-panre/
  22. i have heard quite a lot of magic results on PANCE from those who have studies with Datachem or AAPA books. But i have no idea where to obtain these materials/ books. A USBN or a link to the purchase or download would be highly appreciated!
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