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  1. 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
  2. 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
  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. Hi Everyone, I just graduated in July and passed my boards in July. I am really confused about the license process, I handed in the forums to the NCCPA but some of my classmates are talking about DEA and NPI number? What are the steps after passing boards for licensure, I sent my pass to NYS but not sure what other steps i need to be taking before starting a job. thanks!
  5. 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
  6. I have some books that could provide good use to a student either in their didactic or clinical year. Blueprints Series: Pediatric Medicine OB/GYN Emergency Medicine (2) Nelson Essentials of Pediatrics 5th Ed Obstetrics and Gynecology 5th Ed by Beckman, Ling, et all Essential Guide to Primary Care Procedures Physician Assistant - A Guide to Clinical Practices Color Atlas of Anatomy Step up to Surgery Clinical Psychiatry DSM-IV And a few others. All are in great shape, with the exception of a couple covers. I'd be willing to sell these for an extremely reasonable price. Just message me and let me know. Located in Baltimore, MD. Thanks!
  7. Hi everyone! I'm looking for someone who provides private tutoring for the PANCE. Not really looking for a review course company, though recommendations are always welcome. I live in NYC and would really appreciate you letting me know if you know of a good tutor for this specific exam. Also open to review/study groups in the area. Thanks so much!! Nicole
  8. I saw there was a newer version of the book that I used to take my PANCE a few years ago and I LOVED that book. I thought I'd share for anyone who is studying for the PANCE/PANRE as it helped me a ton. I used this along with some practice tests to get me ready and it worked well. Plus the book is much cheaper than the big week long review courses you can take! Obviously everyone has different methods of studying, but this is a good resource: A Comprehensive Review For the Certification and Recertification Examinations For Physician Assistants by Claire Babcock O'Connell It follows the NCCPA blueprint and is backed by the AAPA and PAEA. Good luck everyone!
  9. Hi All - I took the PANCE this past Friday and I am now part of the hurry up and wait game. I know the NCCPA usually posts on Thursdays but I have looked every day since my exam nonetheless. The wait is killing me!!! Anyway just wondering, is there a score and a reference (i.e.: 450, passing = 350) or does it say PASSED? This is what I have now resorted to spending my time on :heheh: So Nervous! Fingers Crossed! Gotta get that "C"
  10. Hi everyone! I took the PANCE in June and failed miserably even though I felt I had passed...after that I had a rough third trimester of pregnancy and now am home with a baby that wakes every two hours. I do not know how to study this time and pass. If anyone has ANY advice I would really appreciate it. Everyone keeps telling me I must take the Chicago course but I do not have a sitter and I cannot afford it. I have huge loans that I need to start paying soon...I'm desperate! I appreciate any help! Julia
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