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  1. Hi There! Today I took my first GRE. 149 (42%) Verbal and 156 (62%) Quant. I have a solid GPA in both overall and science, both 3.6. I work as a medical scribe as well as a nurse assistant. I will have about 1000+ hours of experience by the time I apply for the 2018-2019 application cycle. Additionally, I have 50+ hours of PA shadowing. I have confirmed recommendation letters from a PA, MD and 2 upper level science course professors. I am currently in my gap year finishing up pre-reqs and trying to get as much patient care experience. I felt I was on a good track until todays GRE scores. I feel confident that I am in the 50th percentile at least on the writing portion (still pending score... also knock on wood). Need some opinions on whether my current GRE scores are a make or break for me. Combined 305, but don't have the often recommended 50th percentile in BOTH categories. Also, if you suggest retaking it... how do I improve on verbal? I have been studying for the GRE for about 3 weeks and really struggle with verbal, additionally I feel as if I run out of time. Help!
  2. Florida licensed Physician Assistant available to cover for another Florida PA, or possibly NP/MD/DO. I have 20 years experience and work in assignments of 3 days to 6 weeks in length in Adult Primary Care/Internal Medicine.. Please contact me here or at jmiamibeach@gmail.com if you need to cover for a clinician out sick, out on vacation, need a break , increase in workload etc. ..anywhere in Florida.
  3. Hi, I have a BA degree (in psychology and minor in education) already from a UC. I transferred from a community college after 2 years and graduated from the UC. MY overall GPA is 3.3 and I believe my science GPA is 3.0. I still have to take anatomy and physiology and microbiology (at a community college since I have graduated) and GRE (or MCATS- not sure which one to take). I have volunteered at a hospital and for a few non profit organizations. I do not have research experience as of yet. Not yet shadowed a PA but am planning on. I want to see what your opinions are in regards to me getting into a PA program at either USC or Loma Linda University -- or any PA Programs in California. If any of you have good advice to me that can strengthen my application , That would be great too! Please help me as I am very determined to get in to PA school. Thank you!
  4. I first took the GREs 2 years ago, thinking they would be a breeze. I did most of my studying the night before, and (not surprisingly) my scores reflected that. I decided to really apply myself and retook them earlier this year and did much, much better on the math and verbal sections. However, my score actually went down slightly on the essay section (5.0 to 4.0). My biggest question is how to enter this into CASPA. Do I need to enter both of these scores? Do I just enter the most recent? OR do I take my highest from all three sections? The instructions don't address multiple GRE scores. Help!
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