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  1. My internal medicine EOR is coming up. I have smarty pance and rosh review (but not the boost exam). I've been studying a lot using smarty pance. Are those practice questions about on par with the PAEA EOR difficulty? I was using rosh review but a lot of those questions seemed super high level compared to what I remember from the PACKRAT so I wasn't sure which ones were better to study with or most similar to the EOR
  2. Many of my classmates tell me the PAEA EOR exams are challenging and the study blue print provided is useless. We are just starting our clinical year and nobody as really figured out how to do do well...people pass, but I want to do well. Any tips on how to prepare for the PAEA EOR exams?
  3. Many of my classmates tell me the PAEA EOR exams are challenging and the study blue print provided is useless. We are just starting our clinical year and nobody as really figured out how to do do well...people pass, but I want to do well. Any tips on how to prepare for the PAEA EOR exams?
  4. Hey Guys, Check this out on YouTube! These are the first of a new series of tutorials for prospective PA students, especially those who want to know how to work CASPA. I wish this was out there when I was applying!
  5. Hi, I'm a current UT Southwestern PA student. I recently created a blog for pre-physcian assistant students with the purpose to inform students of important topics useful for interviews and in general for their own future practice. New Certification Process for PAs, PAEA Program DirectoryThese are just a few topics on my blog. Feel free to visit the link below, follow my blog, comment on articles with questions, or like specific articles. Any feedback would help! I'll be posting topics soon with resources that many students may be unaware about or providing reviews on resources that you
  6. Hello future-PAs, The PAEA just posted their new directory a few days ago. This is an incredible resource. They have made massive improvements - it's a whole new beast!!! Go check it out. They now allow you to access a limited portion of the directory for free with a ton of new information for those who paid the $30 membership fee. On the front page of the directory they list the accreditation status of each of the 183 programs in the US. The search engine for the directory is way more powerful and useful now too! http://directory.paeaonline.org/ Also a very cool resource, http://pafo
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