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  1. I am a former Physician Assistant Student who was most recently dismissed in May 2020. This was due as a result of my unsuccessful completion in my Pharmacology II course which was 79.07% with a failed remediation exam. The downfall of my academic success started in March shortly after the announcement that all classes would be transitioned to online over Zoom. As for the entire year I had my struggles as a PA student but never to the extent that I had endured being at home in NJ with a multitude of distractions. Having been diagnosed with both Aspergers and ADHD only made my student life ten
  2. Hi there, I was recently dismissed from my PA program due to failing a course. I know that it is hard, but not impossible to get into another PA program. I just wanted to know if there is anyone on this forum who was personally dismissed from a PA program, reapplied, and successfully got into another program. If so, what did you do to make yourself a stronger applicant, and did you specifically mention the dismissal in your personal statement, or just in CASPA? Oh, Please don't mention trying another career in medicine. I know it's a big red flag once dismissed, but I am aware that accept
  3. Doing some research and a paper about cheating in PA school. Anything from getting copies to tests, to peering over someone's shoulder. Does anyone have experience with someone in your class caught cheating and their consequences? Or did anyone have an academic misconduct on their records when they applied. How did they handle that situation? Thanks!
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