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  1. jathas

    PANCE Tutor

    PANCE Tutor I am an online tutor for the PANCE. I'm a retired M.D., retired since 2002, with 22 years teaching PA's, medical interns and Med. students. As far as I know, I'm the only live online PA Tutor in the country! I have been successfully tutoring matriculating PA students and PANCE/PANRE candidates from California to New York for 8 years. I really enjoy teaching......and I really believe in and I am a strong advocate for PAs. I tutor only PA students, and I am fully committed to the PA profession because I believe in it. I had a great working relationship with PAs in my pract
  2. Hi all - I am a recent grad who took the PANCE twice and failed, but just found out yesterday that I rocked it and passed! A few questions: 1) Recommendations on what to say at my interview? Do I say that I failed? I'm looking for suggestions on phrasing or things that look enticing and not off putting to an employer. 2) Are my employers able to see that failed twice through my licensing with the medical board? Thanks for the help - much appreciated!
  3. jathas

    PANCE/PANRE

    Dear PA Student or PA Grad, After personally tutoring PA students matriculating in PA schools for 2 years, I began tutoring graduates who were about to take the PANCE for the first time. 100% of the first five I tutored scored high. After teaching for over 20 years, I have made these subjects relatively simple to learn without memorization! And since 2012, I have helped 57 students pass the PANCE and PANRE. My students are from schools all across the U.S. Feel free to call me at 617-816-8467 or email me at Precipiolearning@gmail.com with any questions Most Sincerely, John
  4. Dear PA Student or PA Grad, After personally tutoring PA students matriculating in PA schools for 2 years, I began tutoring graduates who were about to take the PANCE for the first time. 100% of the first five I tutored scored high. After teaching for over 20 years, I have made these subjects relatively simple to learn without memorization! And since 2012, I have helped 57 students pass the PANCE and PANRE. My students were from schools all across the U.S. *Of those 5 first time takers, 100% passed. *Of those who had failed once, 97% passed. *Of those who failed twice, 93% passed
  5. My program is 27 months so that's what I've been using to calculate time off work, etc. However, I am realizing that with having to pass the PANCE and get licensed before working, it may be the case that I'm looking at a few more months of being unemployed. If I take the PANCE quickly after graduation and pass the first time (I hope!), how long would I be out of work after graduation? I hear that many PAs get job offers during their rotations. Does that mean that you can start training right after graduation, or do these offers only start when everything is done. Thanks! I know I'm really thin
  6. Hello I'm finishing up my last credits so I can transfer to Drexel U for their PA program. I wanted to know if anyone went there? How long did you have to wait for a interview? How long did you wait before you got accepted? Does everyone get a interview? And if your applying only with a associate degree are you still looked at as competitive vs people who have their bachelor degree? I'm already a transfer student from NYC to Pennsylvania... I want to be a cardiothoracic PA in surgery. Any advice would be helpful..
  7. Took Pance last week. FAILED. Sections I did poor in: Cardio 50% EENT 55% GU 59% Ortho 55% Neuro 59% OBGYN 40% Psych. 45% Heme 0% All other sections above 60%. How I prepped ? Exammaster and Packrats Only for 2.5 weeks. Scores on EM do not correlate with how poorly I performed in these above sections. I understand my preparation was poor; however, I thought I'd barely pass (My advice-don't take the test if you're not ready, or if your parents pressure you to take it). Nonetheless, I got a score of 299. About 51 points shy of passing. It's depressing. It was a rude awak
  8. We have a 86 yo demented female with probable urosepsis, Na 165, lactate 1, ph 7.20, bicarb 11 down from 16 yesterday. Blood gasses WNL. Bicarb drip is my first thought but at what rate and do I take any special precautions for the Na? Thanks
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