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Hey all! I am an undergraduate preparing to apply to PA school this next cycle. Currently, I have to finish a presentation for my graduation preparation class on what exactly physician assistant school is, and some of my top program choices. Part of the assignment is to ask students currently in the program to relay any information about the process to me. The school I am most heavily focusing on is Midwestern (AZ), so I would prefer students enrolled there. But honestly, any PA student will suffice. Just looking for some information regarding your specific program, any information you think i
I am writing in regards to my wife and her interest in getting into a PA program. She is very smart, she has an undergraduate degree in Psychology with a 3.88 gpa and a 4.0 gpa in all required PA program science courses (Chemistry, Biology, etc.). She also made those grades while working part-time and playing soccer full-time for her University. By the time she applies for the PA program (at Bridgeport University) she will have around 2500 hours of direct patient care as a home health aid (I know that is not the most noteworthy), around 100 hours as a neurofeedback technician, and around 100 h