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I have been accepted to Seton Hall, Lock Haven, and Salus. I am having trouble deciding between the three programs. Seton Hall: Pro: High ranking, close to home (35 mins), rotations all close to home. Con: 33 months, high tuition, no national rotations, rotations concentrated in north jersey Lock Haven: Pro: Lower tuition, 24 months, farther away(3.5 hours), national rotations Cons: very rural area, ranking not as high, rotations may be very spread apart Salus: Seems to be a good option, however they seem to be working through changes which may or may not pro
Hi everyone, I have some questions that i would like to ask because I want to make an informed decision of what school to transfer to as undergrad. The thing is that Have been admitted to both Mercy college health science to Physician assistant program, and to Seton hall biology to MSPA. Due to my academic excellence, I was also admitted to mercy honor school. But, I live in NJ: 7 miles to Seton Hall, approx 16 miles to Mercy but if i choose Mercy it is not gonna matter cause I'm gonna take the train which is about 40 min travel time. If I go to Seton hall it means to having to take more
HI. I've been reading a lot of posts on this forum because I was undecided of what I wanted to do (PA or MD/DO). But now, I finally decided that PA school would be a better choice for many reasons. Now, there come my question: I'm an undergrad majoring in math, I have the chance to transfer to a BS(biology)/MSPA dual admission program but I don't know anyone who is doing it from the school (SETON HALL) that I can ask questions of how the dual admission work especially for transfer students. Since I heard that I would be in academic probation for the first semester before being admitted.