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  1. Hello, I am a pre-PA student in my junior year of my undergraduate studies. I chose Psychology as a major because I was initially attempting to get into an RN program, finished most of the PA school prerequisites in my first 2 years, and wanted to study something I found interesting and applicable to being a PA when I transferred to a University. As I am taking my time on the way to PA school and chiseling away at my required HCE I won't be applying for at least another 2 years. I have a lot of free time and find the lack of medicine, Anatomy, and physiology specific studies getting a bit boring. Would any PA students recommend any books that they used in PA school that I could begin reading and understanding? Of course I would be looking for books that I would actually understand as a pre-PA student without a mentor. Would " Bates' Guide to Physical Examination and History Taking, 10th Edition" or any other books like that be advantageous for me to start on in my free time? Any recommendations would be very much appreciated. Thank you very much.
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