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  1. I have written my personal statement and mentioned that I am bilingual in English and Spanish. My native language is English, but I have taken 10 years of Spanish courses and would consider myself pretty fluent (I use my Spanish daily with patients in an inpatient setting). Has anyone who has had past interviews, and is bilingual, been given an interview question in their second language? This could just be pre-application anxiety, but I see myself potentially walking into an interview already a nervous disaster and then just totally blowing it if they asked me a question in Spanish that I didn't quite understand. Thanks in advance!
  2. I'm planning to apply to schools in California (not for a few years), but I was wondering if it would be okay to take my foreign language classes pass/no pass. Would it still count for a foreign language requirement?
  3. Hello, I passed out of Spanish 1 by taking a placement test. However, my transcript does not indicate that I passed out of this course. I just started at Spanish 2. CASPA indicates: "If you have other test credits including International Baccalaureate (IB), CLEP, DANTE, REGENTS, or Institutional/Departmental exams (courses you “tested out of” at the college), click “yes” and select them here." I watched the elearning video regarding entering transcript grades and it states that when entering AP and other test credits, we must enter them under the first them exactly as they appear on the transcript and enter CR for grade. Should I still put Spanish 1 under my first term as a test credit even if my transcript doesn't explicitly indicate this? If not, please advise me the appropriate way to indicate I passed out of Spanish 1. Thanks in advance!
  4. Hello -- I am looking for a medical Spanish textbook to use as I work with a private tutor abroad next month. Ideally, it would skip the basics of Spanish (I already have that), be reasonably priced, and cover history taking via a systems approach (e.g. reproductive, pulmonary, neurology). I've looked on Amazon, but based on user reviews, I don't feel ready to commit to one. Has anyone had success with a particular text? Thank you!
  5. For any able to help out- I'm looking to shadow a PA to see if this is truly what I want to do. I'm a chicago public school teacher looking to switch careers. I enjoy working with kids, speak Spanish And am very interested in learning more about the PA field first hand. I'm in the process of completing my prerequisites. Please PM anyone who's able to give me a chance to check it out. Thanks much. Jen
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