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  1. Hello, new member here. Before I ask anything, here is some background on me. Undergraduate program: Wheaton College (B.A., Neuroscience and psychology, Class of 2016) Overall GPA: 3.4 Science GPA: 3.2 Undergraduate internship: Neurology Department, Massachusetts General Hospital Current job position: Clinical research assistant and study coordinator, Neurology Department, Rhode Island Hospital 2 publications during undergrad. GRE score was average, not a bad score but not extremely stellar. I've been exploring my graduate school options, and am very int
  2. I was thinking of possibly going into a BS program for PA then once I have been certified and worked for a bit going and getting my MS. Would that be okay or should I just go the traditional getting my BS then applying to the MS program. I would be getting my BS in either Nutrition or doing one of those majors where I kinda make my own way and guide myself with what I want to do. I'm a freshman in college but am just part-time for my freshman year. If I do go through the first route (BS then working then MS) how would I go about getting my MS? Like, what kind of program would I do if the B
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