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Hey everyone. I'll be reapplying for this cycle, I was wait listed this past summer. I'm revamping my essay now and hoping to submit mid December. I was slightly surprised to see how much SD pushed up the deadline. Although after last years delays it almost makes sense. Hopefully means everyone will have their decision letters by April/May

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I'm a little confused with the prerequisite courses for this school. You need 8 credits of chemistry that can be from organic and gen chem or you need chem 1+2 and organic 1+2?

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You need 8 credits of ANY chem, but it has to be sequential. So you can take Orgo, Gen Chem or Inorganic. Same thing for Bio...General or A&P

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The problem last year was that only 28 seats were available instead of 35. 7 past students needed to redo the year/had deferred (this came directly from the director during the interview day). So they placed me on that waitlist just in case a seat opened up. It always has in the past but not this year. There was no specific reason as to why I got wait listed, there were just 28 other people they felt were more qualified to take a seat that cycle. The interview was good. Straightforward questions as to why I wanted to be a PA, they went over my application etc

 

 

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I believe it was mostly people who deferred for a year. But sounded like there was definitely a few who needed to redo. The director wasn't too specific about why 7 people were taking those seats

 

 

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Hello everyone im new to the board. Does anyone know when interview process start assuming the application review process goes well?

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Interviews will be conducted throughout March and April. All admission decisions will be made by the end of May

 

 

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Has anyone else submitted their application yet? Also the fact that we don't hear back till March, April is giving me a little bit of anxiety.

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Is it just me or has anyone else had a difficult time trying to reach out to the PA office? I recall emailing a few people over the summer and since then I've attempted multiple times at calling them but no answer...

 

Anyway, I hope someone can answer this. I just finished re-taking 2 classes at BMCC and the final grades are up. On the application instructions sheet it says that we do not need to send a printed copy of our transcript, instead it would be "electronically retrieved" after the application is submitted. I submitted my application over 2 weeks ago so I just need reassurance that I do not need to send a printed copy. Does anyone know? I just wish I could speak to someone at the office to see if they have the updated transcript or not.

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Hey @ inthasaurus you will have to send in your individual transcripts. A friend of mine applied and he sent in all of his transcripts. You should send in you individual transcripts as well. I hope this helps.

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