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  1. So, I'm hoping to do RT before PA, it's a field I'm really interested in but unfortunately where I live (Puerto Rico), there's no RT programs. So either I do nursing (not super excited about that), or I move to the states and do RT over there. I was wondering if any previous or current RT's know of a cheap place to go, assuming out-of-state tuition. Also, how can I go about funding an associate's or bachelor's if I already have a bachelor's? Will it have to be out of pocket? Thanks for the feedback, everyone. My other option might be nursing and NP but I'm not sure I want a nursing car
  2. For a detailed cost comparison analysis of all 200 physician assistant programs in the United States. http://www.thepalife.com/2015-physician-assistant-program-tuition-and-cost-comparison-table/. Most Expensive In State Long Island University $106,000 Marquette University 102,600 New Yourk Intitute of Technlogy 102,900 Most Inexpensive In State CUNY York $13,041 Stony Brook University New York $22,500 Medical University of South Carolina $22,941 Most Inexpensive Out of State CUNY York College $22,290 D’youville College $23,000 Nova Southeastern University, Orlando $28,960
  3. 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.
  4. I am currently getting my things together for the 2013 application year. I was a biology major in undergrad (grad 2010) and took everything except Microbiology and Anatomy. I took physiology and did well in it, but gross anatomy was only for nursing school students at my university. They only let other undergrads in if there were extra spots (which there never were, of course). I'm not one of those over zealous "I was an accountant now I basically have to take 30 credit hours online and get a whole new degree while I work" people. I'm wary of taking online courses for my pre-reqs but
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