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  1. Hi all, I'm currently in the interview process, and I'm somewhat confused about how to manage acceptances (should they come...). My first interview is in a week, the next one is in 2 weeks, and a top choice program, which I haven't heard back from yet, doesn't start interviews until late-October. (Still waiting to hear from a few more programs, too.) So, do prospective PA students in this position just make deposits as necessary to hold places in programs they're interested in as acceptances come in, if they're still waiting to hear back from their first or second choices? Is it real
  2. So my graduation date is slowly approaching, and I have been looking into becoming a PA for the past year or so and I have decided I want to go for it. My question is not about classes or GPA but just about the timeline in general about how and when to apply. I am graduating Fall 2018, so my main question is, should I wait to apply until I have actually physically graduated and apply for the 2019 cycle? Or can I begin applying next year in 2018 since I only have one semester left? I remember in high school, we can start applying for universities during our last year of high school, so I
  3. Good evening everyone, I plan on applying this cycle and I just wanted everyones opinion on if I should do it this cycle or next. I apologize if this is in the wrong forum. I tried reading on the website to try and figure out where the right place to post this was... but I couldn't find an answer. Also, I saw a lot of similar posts to this one on this thread..and that's why I thought this would be the appropriate place to ask this. IF this is not the right thread please let me know and I will take it down. Here are my stats. Please let me know if you find me competitive I am 21 years old a
  4. Can any PAs that worked in transplant medicine comment on it and how much medicine vs surg was involved? What is the PAs role in this setting?
  5. Hey guys! Just starting a thread for this cycle. Anyone else applying? Good luck to everyone! :}
  6. How many classes per semester do take for your program? Is 9 typical?
  7. So I submitted my CASPA and cant access the supplemental application until September 1st but thought Id start this so we can all talk and chit chat about future interviews and supplemental applications!
  8. Just wanted to know if anybody was applying this year! Does anyone know the actual statistics are of getting in? Sometimes the websites are a little skewed. Good luck everyone!
  9. Hello! As of April 15, 2011 WesternU's MSPA program began accepting applications for the Fall 2012 entering class. New this year is that the supplemental application is online. For more information on the application as well as the process please visit http://prospective.westernu.edu/physician-assistant/apply. Please note that all science prerequisites must not have been completed prior to 2004. If so, you will be required to repeat those courses in order to satisfy the respective prerequisite. To see if the courses you have taken have been approved please visit our prerequisite databa
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