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  1. Is there any specific wording for including the Physician Assistant National Certifying Examination on my resume/CV before I sit for the exam in January 2022? I couldn't find anything specific online but found a couple of blog posts that recommended phrasing as: "NCCPA Board Eligible" Put "anticipated" before your examination date if you are registered for the exam but have not taken it yet Put "pending" before your examination date if you have taken the exam and are awaiting results On my current CV, I have: NCCPA Board Eligible (Physician Assistant National Certifying Examination) Anticipated January 2022 Any guidance or advice on this topic is appreciated! I would hate to word incorrectly and have it hurt my job search. Thank you!
  2. I will be taking the PANCE in 3 months and have been trying to determine the best way to study for it. To give you a little background I received a raw score of 165 on my PACKRAT. I am currently using Rosh Review and will be attending an Emory board review at my school during the last week of our program. Until then, I have been looking for another resource to use in addition to Rosh to study both for the boards and for my last two rotations/EOR exams. I know a lot of PA students who use Step Up to Medicine to study but for some reason I can not get into that book. As a substitute I found First Aid for the USMLE Step 1 and 2 which I ordered and really like. I am a little nervous about using step exam study material to prepare for the PANCE even though I plan to skip over the basic science stuff unless it is directly pertinent to the topic I am studying. I have found a few people on this forum and other places who said that they used First Aid to study for the PANCE but I would like more input. Any thoughts about using these materials for PANCE prep?
  3. Hey, is there anyone selling their rosh account? Please let me know
  4. Hello, My name is Breana, and I am a PA at a busy outpatient GI clinic in Goodyear, AZ. If you or anyone you know is looking for a scribing opportunity to boost your resume for PA applications, please contact me at bbaker@swgastrohealth.com Thank you! Breana
  5. Selling Cme4Life - "The Complete PANRE / PANCE Review Course - 16 DVD Set" DVDs include: 1. Pharmacology, 2. Pulmonary, 3. GI/Nutritional, 4. Neurology, 5. Cardiology, 6. EKG Interpretation, 7. EENT(Eyes, Ears, Nose and Throat), 8. Endocrine, 9. Reproductive, 10. Inf. Dis., 11. Dermatologic, 12. Musculoskeletal, 13. Psych, 14. Radiology, 15. Hematologic, 16. Bugs and Drugs Purchased 3 months ago for $630. I just took the PANRE and passed. Did very well on the primary care version - especially notable given I only do ortho surgery. Will sell for $250 for quick sale. Will send you everything, including the workbook: "A Comprehensive Review For the Certification and Recertification Examinations for Physician Assistants." Paypal acceptable
  6. So my particular PA school uses the PACKRAT to determine if students are ready to take the PANCE or not at the end of clinical year (this is new and never counted like this before). This year's most recent PACKRAT version national average is apparently a 167, 20 points higher than the last 3 averages on PAEA's website and 40 points higher than last years national average of 128 (according to my PA school). They have informed us that if we do not get within the 2 point standard deviation, they will not allow us to take the PANCE until we reach an adequate grade on the PACKRAT. Can they legally do this? According to PAEA, the PACRAT can be done open book so these scores are skewed and shouldn't count for my class. There is nothing in our program handbook about the PACKRAT being a requirement for graduation. PLEASE HELP!!
  7. Hi, everyone! There have been several questions about taking the PANCE lately, so I want to add my experience in the hopes that it will help those who are preparing for it. I just took it a couple weeks ago, so the experience is still fresh on my mind. I took a couple of months after I finished school to study before I sat for the exam. I think that for me, it was good timing, though two months may be too long for others. I used two main resources: PANCE Prep Pearls and Rosh Review. I like both of those and found them to compliment one another well. I also used Anki for making flashcards, and I listened to podcasts from physicianassistantexamreview.com over all the body systems that I scored low in. Highly recommend! Additionally, I took the two NCCPA practice exams to gauge my progress. They're $50 each, so not cheap, but it was worth it to me to make sure I was on the right track. Before I started studying, I made a calendar that mapped out what I needed to study each week in order to fit everything in. A couple of friends and I got together over Zoom in the mornings to study, and then in the afternoons we studied individually. The accountability of having others who knew my study schedule and expected me to be on our calls was really helpful. Study time was six days a week (I took Sundays off). On the two days right before the exam, I didn't study at all but gave my brain a break to rest up for the PANCE "marathon". It was tempting to want to cram in a few last-minute things, but I decided not to, following the advice of Brian Wallace, the host of physicianassistantexamreview.com. He only recommends one day off beforehand, but I went ahead and took two just because one of those days was really busy with other things. On the morning of the exam, I got to the testing center and did their check-in process (wearing a mask, of course). The exam has 5 sections with 60 questions each, and you get a break between sections. Toward the middle to end of the second section, my mind started wandering off and I had to stop and refocus. Same thing happened with the last section. I finished each part with a few minutes left on the clock. Some questions were super basic, and some were a lot more challenging. There were a few that I had to completely guess on. After the exam, you have to wait up to two weeks to get your score back. My score report actually came in 3 days; I don't know if that's normal. And I passed! Not with as high a score as I had hoped, but passing is all that really matters. So that's my story. I hope it's helpful.
  8. Hello, I'm looking for private tutoring for PANCE to help me in certain areas. If anyone tutors please let me know. Thank you.
  9. So I was browsing MUSC's website, and noticed that they had a 86% PANCE pass rate in 2019 compared to being in the high 90s the other four years. Does anyone know why the number dropped so significantly? It was 98% in 2018 and 2017. Can anyone share insight if there were any problems with the curriculum that cycle?
  10. Sharing a new board prep site!A la carte question banks & 1 hour individual or group study sessions with cases/board style questions! passpaboards.com
  11. Hey everyone, I’m selling my Rosh Review subscription. It’s the full PANCE question bank and expires Nov 4, 2020. There’s also a Peds EOR exam that expires on Jan 08, 2021. Asking $100. I think a 90 subscription to Rosh is $149 right now FYI. DM me!
  12. Hi Fellow PA friends! I am a second year student at Chapman University, recently pulled from my rotation d/t COVID-19. I know this has been a trying time for all of us, personally my program won't be resuming clinical rotations until mid may, so we are stuck doing online independent study/PANCE prep. My program is using U-World and I wanted to reach out and offer you all a free 90- subscription for you to try out while we are stuck at home! They have really in-depth detailed questions that in my opinion have been on par with the level of difficulty of my EOR exams. They have a large question bank and offer great explanations with the ability to make flash cards, track your progress and so much more. Here is the link to get signed up if you're interested! Best of luck to you all friends and remember, we will get through this! https://www.uworld.com/app/index.html#/discountcode/STUDENT-847531-2020
  13. I have a full set of CME 4 LIFE dvds and books as well as the ipanre for sale. I have the accompanying flash cards to go with it. New condition. Never left the box. 150.00 obo. Paypal is preferred. My email is tlee0209@yahoo.com
  14. Hi, how did everyone study for the professional practice section of the PANCE? What would be high yield topics there? Our program gave us little to no insight on this and they seemed to not care much since it is only 5% of the pance. Thanks in advance!!
  15. 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
  16. 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
  17. 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
  18. Hey Yall Currently prepping for the PANCE. I have been studying for the past two months from PPP and ROSH. Initially I did alot of reading from PPP with scattered questions realizing quickly this is not as effective as making notes. I started to make notes for the bigger systems, such as CARDS, PULM, GI, MSK. Ive been studying everyday from 10-12 hours and with a week left I get this feeling that Im not ready. Below I posted my results I took two weeks ago, not sure how to feel. My question to yall is, what are some strategies you used to take exams? what algorithm did you have in your mind when analyzing a question. My ROSH score is a 578 with 92% passing but I understand this isnt as predictable. I have played with Kaplan and have scored in the mid 60s to 70s on it within each organ system.
  19. Selling my Rosh Review. It is active until Jan 09 2020.
  20. Hello, I did not pass PANCE on my first try. I have 2 months until my next exam and want to know if I should try ROSH or HIPPO for my next attempt or both?
  21. I have created a Cardiology Study Guide that exactly follows the PANCE Blueprint of Cardiology Study Disease processes, and Cardio Drugs ... I think it is a great study tool and I am glad to share it with you. Also, It's fine for you to pass it along and share it with anyone that it might help I have tried to post it with this message- unfortunately, it exceeds the attachment size limitation offered by this forum, so I'm unable to attach the document here directly, .. if you will email me, I will be happy to forward it to you. Feel free to email me at chasholloway1211@yahoo.com it's in a WORD document format, and I have reduced the size of the viewing pages ... all you need to do is adjust and increase the "Percentage" viewing size of the document in order to read the pages ... I hope that you find the information helpful. (btw, some people have emailed me and asked me if I am charging for my notes ... definitely not ... I'm just a regular PA. I wrote up some notes, and thought I would share them.)
  22. Items for sale! Helped me pass my PANRE exam! PM for prices. CME4Life Flash Card for sale!! Brand new unopen CME4Life PA prep: Janus CME4Life PA Prep: Timeline Tool for PANCE/PANRE Review CME4life PA Prep: Medical Triads Pance prep Pearl 1st edition A comprehensive Review For the certification and Recertification examination For Physician Assistants 5th edition Good Luck with your studying
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    Update: Sold I have Rosh Review access for sale. The access expires Aug 23, 2019. My asking price is $110 or best offer. The questions and explanations were a great representation of the PANCE. If you have any questions, pm me.
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