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Sage Advice for New Graduates Robert M. Blumm, PA-C Emeritus, DFAAPA Congratulations! Many of you will be graduating from your PA & NP programs in the coming months. You are about to set out on a clinical career journey that could be as long as forty years. A few years ago, my wife and I planned a trip to Italy where we would visit all of the sights of Rome and Florence. Twelve days in Europe was a gift to ourselves - for me after many years of practice and for her, a lifetime of teaching Humanities to high school students. Our journey started s
DON'T MISS THIS AMAZING OPPORTUNITY TO LEARN ABOUT APPLYING TO PA SCHOOL! Greetings Future PA! You are invited to the 3rd Annual Pre-PA Conference at Loma Linda University! Spend the afternoon with Faculty, PAs, and the Classes of 2020 & 2021 for workshops, ultrasound & intubation skills labs, and information sessions designed to guide your path to becoming a Physician Assistant. Come learn more about this profession and let us show you how to create a competitive application for PA school! LLU PA Program Admissions Representatives will be in attendance! Past attendees have been
I am looking for some guidance. Just applied this past 14-15 CASPA cycle to 14 programs and got no interviews. I attended 4-year college, graduated with Health Science - BS, with Pre-PA concentration. My final GPA with grade replacement was a 3.39 and without grade replacement as calculated on CASPA it was 3.10. My science GPA is rough, CASPA calculated as 2.93. I had a difficult time with general chemistry/physics courses at my college, struggle with math/science combo. I had As in Biology, Anatomy/Physiology, Biochem and B in Organic Chem. For one year of my undergraduate (freshman/s