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  1. Hi Fellow PA friends! I am a second year student at Chapman University, recently pulled from my rotation d/t COVID-19. I know this has been a trying time for all of us, personally my program won't be resuming clinical rotations until mid may, so we are stuck doing online independent study/PANCE prep. My program is using U-World and I wanted to reach out and offer you all a free 90- subscription for you to try out while we are stuck at home! They have really in-depth detailed questions that in my opinion have been on par with the level of difficulty of my EOR exams. They have a larg
  2. Because many of the PA certification study resource tips I see on this site are related to PANCE, I wanted to share a few takeaways from my PANRE study resource experience from when I tested in December of 2019. As a PA practicing in dermatology (nearly exclusively since becoming a PA), I had previously sought study resource suggestions on this forum in advance of preparing for my third PANRE. I landed on the ones listed below. There are other resources I wanted to try such as Kaplan and CME4LIFE which were also recommended. This is by no means a comprehensive list of the best resource
  3. Hey All! I'm currently a PA student at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center and my absurdly smart tutor (who abandoned me to go be a doctor, ugh) wrote a board review book during his M3 year, and has created a podcast where all the episodes are around 20-30 minutes, funny, interesting, ABSURDLY HELPFUL and come with a PDF study sheet with all of the info on it. It's helped a lot of students with the USMLE for med school, has helped me in classes and is helpful for the important topics for board prep. The link to his podcast is below along with his words describing it and a br
  4. jathas


    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
  5. I have started a blog -- about 6 months ago -- I am a PA educator and former lecturer for CME resources. It really is FREE --- post Q's, and I will answer. There are more than 100 concise, to the point, blog posts of "pearls" and the most commonly missed concepts on the exam. I have helped more than 100 people pass now who had not passed on several attempts at both PANCE and PANRE. It really is about knowing HOW to study for this test. So, visit the blog -- and scroll all the way down to the earliest posts about HOW to study -- then read through --- there are also "worksheets" on "formula
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