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  1. Who's been accepted to PA programs where the majority of pre req courses were taken online?
  2. I am starting PA school in June, and am currently taking general biology 1 (ending in May) and working part time. (This course isn't a prereq I'm required to complete). However, if I dropped it, I would get a "W". I have heard different opinions on what to do before school starts (i.e. relax, family, friends, vacation, leisure reading, brush up on your A&P, etc.) It has been 5+ years since I've taken anatomy, physiology, and micro. I'm concerned whether or not I should spend the rest of my time before school reviewing that material since I'm kind of rusty...and DROP my biology course? Or, should I KEEP my biology class while studying A&P as well? Do you think I can use a lot of the material I learn in bio to help with my PA classes or not? The last thing I want is to have study burnout or not be prepared before the program begins!! Also, any other tips/suggestions about how to prepare or what to do before PA school would be great! YOUR ADVICE IS GREATLY APPRECIATED. THANK YOU!!!
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