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oopss, i see them now. sorry about that lol...i guess my rejection from is pace is on the way too bc i have similar stats and really thought i might get an interview with them...but i'll continue to cross my finger

 

I actually have the same thought. I have similar stat as well. But, I want to keep being optimistic. Good luck to all of us!

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^applying to too few schools. Nice gre scores.

 

thank you PAMAC,

I will look into applying to a few more schools

 

I am applying to Tufts, EVMS, and looking into Marywood and Univ of Charleston

 

Do you guys think I will get in this cycle? I really hope so!

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@ckl257 and david89 I know it is easier said than done but don't focus so much on your stats. I think programs are looking for a specific type of student that fits with their program. Depending on each school it may not matter if you have a 3.0 or 3.7 GPA, if you are NOT what they are looking for you wont get in. My GPA meets the minimum requirements but I have done a TON of community service. I was shocked when PACE rejected me but I was invited to interview at both Stony Brook and Quinnipiac (which I consider far better schools). Rejection is hard but try to focus on the positive like NOT being rejected by Cornell! Best of luck!

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Undergrad Ed School: Creighton University '09

Cumulative Undergrad. GPA: 3.68

Science Undergrad. GPA: 3.35

 

 

Age at application time : 25

 

1st GRE: cumulative 1100, analytical writing 4.5

 

Direct Patient Care : Cardiovascular Technician 6000 hours

 

Extracurricular/Research Activities: Psychological research, Habitat for Humanity, Hunger clean-up, Homeless Connect, researching PA programs that I can get into...

 

Schools Applied: St Catherines, Rocky Mountain

 

Application Submitted Date: Sept. 1

 

Schools Received Application Date: Sept. 1

 

Interview Invites: TBD

 

Denied: TBD

 

Waitlisted: TBD

 

Accepted: TBD

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Undergrad Ed School: Wheaton College MA

Cumulative Undergrad. GPA: 3.44

Science Undergrad. GPA: 3.45

 

Age at application time : 23

 

Direct Patient Care : CRC @ Dana-Farber, Physical Therapist Aide, Home Health Aide

 

Extracurricular/Research Activities: College athlete, summer lab experience, hospital volunteer

 

Schools Applied: Tufts, Northeastern, MCPHS-Manchester, Hofstra, UNE, Stony Brook, Quinnipiac

 

Letters of Rec: 2 MDs, 1 Biology professor

 

CASPA Application Submitted Date: 6/18/12

 

Interview Invites: MCPHS, UNE, Stony Brook

 

Denied: TBD

 

Waitlisted: TBD

 

Accepted: MCPHS-Manchester

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Undergrad Ed School: Penn State University – Main Campus – BS Psychology (Class of 2011)

Cumulative Undergrad. GPA: 3.72

Science Undergrad. GPA: 3.3

Graduate Ed School: PCOM – MS Biomedical Sciences (Class of 2013)

Cumulative Graduate GPA: 3.36

Science Graduate GPA: 3.36

Age at application time : 23

1st GRE: 156Q 159V 4.5 AW

2nd GRE: (if applicable)

 

Direct Patient Care :

Med Tech/Nurse Aide – 300 hrs (at time of CASPA app submission; will accum ~ 1,000 by May)

Volunteer at a physical therapy office – 60 hrs

Volunteer at a hospital – 70 hrs

 

PA shadow: 32 hrs

DO shadow: 90 hrs

 

Extracurricular/Research Activities:

Writing Tutor

PSU Dance Marathon Communications Committee volunteer

Red Cross Club

 

Worked in a developmental psych research lab (working with heart rate data and other physio parameters) for three years for credit (1,200 hrs)

 

Schools Applied:

UMDNJ

Salus

King’s

Drexel

Marywood

Phila U

Arcadia

Lock Haven

Misericordia

DeSales

PCOM

Seton Hall

 

Application Submitted Date: 8/31/12 – first attempt

 

Schools Received Application Date: CASPA still processessing application

 

Interview Invites: --

 

Denied: --

 

Withdrew Application: --

 

Waitlisted: --

 

Accepted: --

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Undergrad: University of Central Arkansas

Cumulative Undergrad GPA: 3.47

Science Undergrad GPA: 3.1

Age at time of application: 22

Direct Patient Care: 510 paid hours at a NS, 60 hours of shadowing two different PA's, 80 hours of Free Health Clinic Volunteering

 

GRE: 500 V, 650 Q 4W

Undergrad Research: two summers worth of research on Cellular Apoptosis

 

Schools Applied: Harding University, St. Francis University, U of South - Tampa, Rosalin Franklin U, Methodist University, Salus University.

Application Submitted DAte: Mid July 2011

Interviews: Harding U, St. Frances, U of South - Tampa

Denied: Rosalin Fr, Methodist, Salus

Waitlisted: U of Tampa - South (accepted)

Accepted: Harding University

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Undergrad Ed School: Cornell University

Cumulative Undergrad. GPA: 3.79

Science Undergrad. GPA: 3.8

 

Age at application time: 20

 

1st GRE(new): 150M, 149V, 4W

 

Direct Patient Care:

~500 PA Shadowing

 

Extracurricular/Research Activities:

honors college president, student government senator, national honors fraternity member, student researcher ( one paper in preparation for publication), Summer Medical & Dental education program participant

 

LORs:

1 Organic Chemistry professor

1 Physician Assistant

1 University of Virginia Medical school SMDEP director

 

 

Schools Applied:

UMDNJ

 

Application Submitted Date: September 2012

 

Schools Received Application Date: Pending

 

Interview Invites: TBD

 

Denied: TBD

 

Withdrew Application: TBD

 

Waitlisted: TBD

 

Accepted: TBD

 

 

Maybe I should have applied to more than more school Lol

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Undergrad Ed School: University of Central Florida

Cumulative Undergrad. GPA: 3.5

Science Undergrad. GPA: 3.6

 

Age at application time : 24

GRE: 153M, 150V, 4W

 

Direct Patient Care: EMT/Nurse Tech in ER- 2100 hours; Lifeguard-680

Volunteer Exp: Patient Companion: 60 hours

PA Shadowing:~80 hours/ + everyday in the ER

Extracurricular: Youth baseball Umpire/instructor- 800 hours

 

LOR: 2 ER MDs that I work with

1 ER PA that I work with

 

Schools Applied: University of Florida, Emory, Barry, NOVA Southeastern (all 4)

CASPA e-submitted Date: 5/10/12

CASPA Mailed Date: 6/23/12

 

Interview Invites: University of Florida, NOVA SW

 

Denied: N/A

 

Withdrew Application: All but UF

 

Waitlisted: N/A

 

Accepted: UF!!! Go Gators!!!:=D:

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Undergrad Ed School: Uconn BS in Finance

Cumulative Undergrad. GPA: 3.07 (ouch)

Post Bacc Pre Med: 3.42

Science Undergrad. GPA: 3.47

 

 

Age at application time : 26

 

1st GRE: 157V (73%) 161Q (83%) 4.0W (49%)

 

 

Direct Patient Care : EMT-Basic, 1100 hrs at time of app

 

Extracurricular/Research Activities: 25 hrs shadowing surgical PA, voulenteer at local hospital

 

Schools Applied:GWU, UNE, Arcadia, Yale, Le Moyne, Midwestern, UCO, Rocky Mountain, NYIT

 

Application Submitted Date:8/31/12

 

Schools Received Application Date: 9/7/12

 

Interview Invites: TBD

 

Denied:Arcadia, Yale

 

Withdrew Application: TBD

 

Waitlisted: TBD

 

Accepted: TBD

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Undergrad Ed School: University of Michigan, BA in Anthropology

Cumulative Undergrad. GPA: 3.58

Science Undergrad. GPA: 3.80

Graduate Ed School: (if applicable) Indiana University Bloomington, Master of Public Affairs

Cumulative Graduate GPA: (if applicable) 3.32

Science Graduate GPA: (if applicable) N/A

 

Age at application time : 44

 

1st GRE: 170 Verbal, 161 Quant, 4.0 Writing

2nd GRE: (if applicable)

 

Direct Patient Care : (type & hours) 1500 hours EMT-B w/volunteer rescue squad, 2300 hours and counting Patient Care Tech

 

Extracurricular/Research Activities:

 

Schools Applied: Wake Forest, Duke, JMU, Jefferson College of Health Sciences, Drexel

 

Application Submitted Date: 8/4/12

 

Schools Received Application Date: (approximate date) mailed 8/17/12

 

Interview Invites: JMU

 

Denied: TBD

 

Withdrew Application: TBD

 

Waitlisted: TBD

 

Accepted: TBD

 

I just got my call to interview at JMU this afternoon. I'm really excited to get things going!

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Undergrad Ed School: University of Michigan

Cumulative Undergrad. GPA: 3.7

Science Undergrad. GPA: 3.6

*I took a LOT of science courses (Pchem, both orgo I and II, gen chem, biochem, physics I and II, genetics intro, upper level genetics, anatomy, physiology I and II, molecular and cellular bio, various neurobiology courses, animal physiology, a whole lot of labs, medical terminology) and I think that helped me get interviews at places I didn't think I would.

 

 

Age at application time : 23

 

1st GRE: 160V (86%) 159Q (79%) 4.5W (73%)

 

 

Direct Patient Care : Care Manager for senior facility, personal care giver, and clinical research assistant at U of M hospital. 1,700 hours at time of application for care positions.

Extracurricular/Research Activities: Shadowed 3 PAs, around 55 hours at time of application.
Research: independent research investigating a protein/gene possibly linked to schizophrenia/ R.A. at a lab where I coded human facial expression. Volunteer: Shelter organization, UM hospital volunteer, personal care assistance, various participation in student medical clubs and held leadership position in a student organization.

 

Schools Applied:GWU, Northwestern, Midwestern, Rush, Rosalind Franklin, Duke, Emory, Yale, U of Wisc. Madison, Philadelphia U, Wayne State

 

Application Submitted Date:6/29/12

 

Schools Received Application Date: 7/17/12

 

Letters of Rec: 1 from PA, 1 from work supervisor who could comment on my patient care abilities, 1 from an academic professor (physiology).

 

Interview Invites: Midwestern, Rosalind Franklin, Duke, Yale, Emory so far

 

Denied:Rush University (they didn't like my patient care experience because I did not work directly under a PA/MD)

 

Withdrew Application: TBD

 

Waitlisted: TBD

 

Accepted: Midwestern, TBD
(my interviews are coming up)

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Undergrad Ed School: University of Michigan - Ann Arbor
Cumulative Undergrad. GPA: 3.53
Science Undergrad. GPA: 3.35

Age at application time : 25

1st GRE: 1350 (Math - 770, Verbal - 580, Writing - 4.5)


Direct Patient Care :

Ob/Gyn Medical Assistant - 625 hrs per CASPA (at time of application)

Emergency Volunteer - 270 hrs (at time of application)

Free Clinic Family Practice Medical Assistant - 28 hrs

Certified Nursing Assistant - 242 hrs

Various community health fairs - 25 hrs

TOTAL at time of application: 1190 hrs

Other HCE:

Tissue Procurement in Pathology (received organs fresh from ORs for procurement - learned a lot about organ anatomy and physiology) - 3400 hrs 


Extracurricular/Research Activities: Red Cross First Aid Support Team (did administrative work as well as the patient care hours above), German Club (Held leadership position), Pre-PA Club, PEAK Program (tutored at-risk youth when I was in high school), worked at least 20 hrs a week for 3/5 years of undergrad, studied abroad in Italy and Germany for 1 year

Schools Applied: University of New England; George Washington University; Stony Brook; MCPHS Boston; Northeastern; Cornell; Western Michigan University; Northwestern University; Midwestern University - Downer's Grove; University of Colorado; Midwestern University - Arizona; OHSU; Yale

Application Submitted Date: August 8

Schools Received Application Date: (approximate date) August 22

Interview Invites: Midwestern - AZ, Northwestern, University of New England; University of Colorado; George Washington University; MCPHS Boston; Western Michigan University

 

Denied: Stony Brook, Yale, Northeastern, Cornell, Midwestern - Downer's Grove; OHSU

Withdrew Application: n/a

Waitlisted: n/a

 

Interviewed at Northwestern alone

Accepted: Northwestern!!

Cannot wait! Northwestern's program looks fantastic! Having been out of school for a few years, PBL seems like the perfect way for me to learn. So excited :D

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I am new to this forum and I apologize in advance if this question is out of line.... BUT.... I would greatly appreciate your input / insight into my credentials for acceptance into PA programs.

 

I consider myself a bit of an 'outlier', e.g. 55 years old, engineering education / experience, home medical HCE vs typical, dated coursework, etc. I took Microbiology and Physiology this summer at a junior college. Pulled As in both.. top 2-3 students in both classes out of 150 students in each. Currently taking Anatomy at same 2-yr college. Planning on taking Genetics and Biochem at UofU Jan 2013.

 

A critical question / issue is how the admissions committees would likely consider my age and professional background vs mainstream PA applicants.

 

Thanks in advance for your consideration in reviewing and providing insight...

 

Undergrad Ed School: Brigham Young University, University of Utah

BS Mechanical Engineering 1983, BS Computer Design Technology 1983 (pre-med during this time)

Cumulative Undergrad. GPA: 3.50

Science Undergrad. GPA: 3.61

Graduate Ed School: (if applicable) University of Michigan (MBA.. partial due to job relocation) 1991

Cumulative Graduate GPA: (if applicable) 3.5

Science Graduate GPA: (if applicable) NA

 

MCAT 1981 Biology 9, Chemistry 10, Physics 12

 

Age at application time : 55

 

1st GRE: Aug 2012 V 157 Q 161 AW 3.5 (old V 570 Q 770 Tot 1340)

2nd GRE: (if applicable)

 

Direct Patient Care : (type & hours) Home medical 3200hrs

 

Extracurricular/Research Activities: Speak English and Spanish (two years religious service in Argentina). Engineering honor societies from college. Manger and senior manager of technology / manufacturing companies that I've worked for throughout my career. Seven years international business experience Asian and Latin America.

 

Schools Applied: Yale, Duke, Cornell, GWU, Utah, Iowa, Midwestern, Baylor, Wake Forest, Kettering, Oregon, Washington, Baylor

 

Letters of Recommendation: Microbiology Professor (Anesthesiologist, previously on admissions board at UofU medical school), PA that I shadowed (UofU PA grad six years ago), NICU Director of Social Work for local hospital that my home medical company worked closely with.

 

Application Submitted Date: CASPA e-submitted 23 Aug 2012

 

Schools Received Application Date: (approximate date) CASPA verified 19 Sept 2012

 

Interview Invites:

 

Denied: Washington, Kettering,

 

Withdrew Application:

 

Waitlisted: Nothing yet

 

Accepted: Nothing yet

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I'm SO HAPPY I can finally post here!!!

 

Undergrad Ed School: Utah Valley State College, 2002 (AS) SUNY Albany, 2012 (BS Human Biology)

Cumulative Undergrad. GPA: 3.5 (divided into 3.2 in '02 and current 3.89)

Science Undergrad. GPA: 3.76 (would have been much better if 1st semester ochem hadn't killed my soul)

 

 

Age at application time : 30

 

 

1st GRE: ~300 combined

 

 

Direct Patient Care : (type & hours) 1300 hours as a PCA on the Oncology floor at time of application

 

 

Extracurricular/Research Activities: Track team, 400 hours as volunteer track coach as local HS, 800+ hours as a volunteer English teacher in China

 

 

Schools Applied: Albany Med, DeSales, Duke, Jefferson Health Sciences, OCHS, Rosalind Franklin, Salus, Stony Brook, Suny Upstate Med, Utah, Western Health Sciences

 

 

 

Application Submitted Date: early June

 

 

Schools Received Application Date: (approximate date) sent out on first mailing, received confirmation from most within 1 month

 

 

Interview Invites: DeSales, Jefferson, Salus, Stony Brook

 

 

Denied: Duke, Utah, OCHS

 

 

Withdrew Application: Rosalind Franklin, Western, Albany Med (and all others after my top choice acceptance)

 

 

Waitlisted: none

 

 

Accepted: DeSales, Salus, Stony Brook

 

attending Stony Brook, my top choice program!!!!

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Hello PAMAC!

 

I have a question for you :) I am a medical lab scientist as well. I've been working in this field for more than two years now. But I guess you know the deal- No patient exposure= extremely difficult to use the lab experience in our PA school apps. How many hours of direct patient care did you put in before being accepted?

 

PS: cumulative gpa- 3.4

Science gpa acc. to CASPA-3.6. Do I stand any chance??

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Undergrad Ed School: Brock University (Canada) - Neurobiology

Cumulative Undergrad. GPA: 3.6

Science Undergrad. GPA: 3.7

 

Age at application time : 25

 

1st GRE: 1300

 

Direct Patient Care : 3000 - Radiation therapist at a comprehensive cancer center

 

Extracurricular/Research Activities: 2 first authored publications, mutliple abstracts, figure skating coach, literacy outreach aid with refugee elementary school aged students, varsity athlete (figure skating and crew)

 

Schools Applied: Northwestern, George Washington, Yale, Duke, Cornell, D'Youville, UF

 

Application Submitted Date: June

 

Interview Invites: Northwestern, George Washington, Duke, Cornell, D'Youville

 

Denied: Yale

 

Withdrew Application: Duke, George Washington

 

Waitlisted: N/A

 

Accepted: Northwestern & (TBD)

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Here is my situation:

Undergrad Ed School: Roosevelt University (graduating December 2012)

Cumulative Undergrad. GPA: 3.97

Science Undergrad. GPA: 3.91

Age at application time : 28

 

1st GRE: 302.5

 

Direct Patient Care : EEG/Neurophys tech in one of the major hospitals in the Chicago area ~8000 hours

 

Extracurricular/Research Activities:

 

Schools Applied: Northwestern, Rosalind Franklin, Rush, and Midwestern

 

Application Submitted Date: Should be mailed by CASPA November 1st 2012

 

Schools Received Application Date: n/a

 

Interview Invites: none so far

 

Denied: n/a

 

Waitlisted: n/a

 

Accepted: n/a

 

Any comments on the chances considering late application dates and quite low GRE?

Thanks

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Undergrad Ed School: Touro College, NY

Cumulative Undergrad. GPA: 3.9

Science Undergrad. GPA: 3.9

Age at application time : 20

 

1st GRE: n/a

Direct Patient Care : (type & hours) Shadowing- ortho 50 hr, volunteer- PICU 50 hr, intern- cardiology 110 hr, medical assistant- neurology 200 hr

 

Extracurricular/Research Activities: mentor for children with autism 500 hr, VP of biology club

 

Schools Applied: PCOM, Pace, Salus, UMDNJ, Phila U, Touro Manhattan, Touro Bayshore, Stonybrook, Drexel

 

Application Submitted Date: August 24, 2012

 

Schools Received Application Date: (approximate date): September 1, 2012

 

Interview Invites: Salus, PCOM, Pace (so far)

 

Denied: Phila U

 

Withdrew Application: Unsure yet

 

Waitlisted: none so far

Accepted: PCOM (and we'll see what else)

Will update ...

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Undergrad Ed School: Penn State University – Main Campus – BS Psychology (Class of 2011)

Cumulative Undergrad. GPA: 3.72

Science Undergrad. GPA: 3.3

Graduate Ed School: PCOM – MS Biomedical Sciences (Class of 2013)

Cumulative Graduate GPA: 3.36

Science Graduate GPA: 3.36

Age at application time : 23

1st GRE: 156Q 159V 4.5 AW

2nd GRE: (if applicable)

 

Direct Patient Care :

Med Tech/Nurse Aide – 300 hrs (at time of CASPA app submission; will accum ~ 1,000 by May)

Volunteer at a physical therapy office – 60 hrs

Volunteer at a hospital – 70 hrs

 

PA shadow: 32 hrs

DO shadow: 90 hrs

 

Extracurricular/Research Activities:

Writing Tutor

PSU Dance Marathon Communications Committee volunteer

Red Cross Club

 

Worked in a developmental psych research lab (working with heart rate data and other physio parameters) for three years for credit (1,200 hrs)

 

Schools Applied:

UMDNJ

Salus

King’s

Drexel

Marywood

Phila U

Arcadia

Lock Haven

Misericordia

DeSales

PCOM

Seton Hall

 

Application Submitted Date: 8/31/12 – first attempt

 

Schools Received Application Date: CASPA still processessing application

 

Interview Invites: --

 

Denied: --

 

Withdrew Application: --

 

Waitlisted: --

 

Accepted: --

 

Update:

 

Schools received CASPA app: 9/21/12

 

Interviews so far: PCOM, Misericordia, Seton Hall

 

Accepted: Misericordia

 

Waitlisted: PCOM

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YAY! After obsessing over everyone's stats, I can finally post here :) :)

 

Undergrad Ed School: University of Dayton, 2006 (BS Biology)

Cumulative Undergrad. CASPA GPA: 3.02

Science Undergrad. CASPA GPA: 2.99

Graduate School: Eastern Virginia Medical School, 2008 (Masters of Public Health, conc: Epidemiology)

Graduate GPA: 3.59

Post Bacc GPA: 4.00 (took classes at CC to improve overall GPA)

Age at application time : 28

1st GRE: old scoring system from 2006: 1060

Direct Patient Care : (type & hours) >5000 hours (EMT and as a field epidemiologist investigating outbreaks)

Other HCE: >8000 hours (epidemiologist work during no outbreaks, environmental health specialist)

PA shadowing: 30 hours

Research: MMWR publication, January 2012

 

Schools Applied: Red Rocks PA program

CASPA application Submitted Date: 06/01/2012

Schools Received Application Date: called program mid August to confirm that everything had been received

Interview Invites: Red Rocks (I was waitlisted for an interview initially)

Denied: 0

Withdrew Application: 0

Waitlisted: 0

Accepted: Red Rocks and attending!

 

So excited! :)

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Patachok,

 

Hey! your stats definitely look good enough to get into PA school!! I think the only thing fighting you right now is actually how late you submitted your CASPA. There is definitely still hope but the earlier you submit the better chance you have on getting an interview. Mailing applications out in June can make all the difference. Good luck! I think your GRE scores should be fine but it doesn't hurt to retake it ...

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Undergrad Ed School: University of Florida- Health Education

Cumulative Undergrad. GPA: 3.36

Science Undergrad. GPA: 3.4

 

Age at application time: 23

 

1st GRE: 760M, 520V, 3.5W

 

Direct Patient Care:

400 hours- Health Screener

600 hours (at time of app.)- Medical Assistant

150 hours- Medical Missions, Nicaragua

 

Extracurricular/Research Activities:

Eta Sigma Gamma (Health Education Honors Club), Various Church Activities, Mission Work

 

LORs:

1 Supervisor from health screening internship

1 Physician that I shadowed

1 Physician I shadowed and worked with in Nicaragua

 

 

Schools Applied:

Nova Ft. Meyers

Nova Ft. Lauderdale

Nova Orlando

Nova Jax

UF

UAB

Mississippi College

University of Charleston

Harding University

Emory

Travecca

 

Application Submitted Date: June 2012

 

Schools Received Application Date: Early July

 

Interview Invites: Mississippi College, Travecca, University of Charleston, Nova Ft. Meyers

 

Denied: Nova Orlando, Travecca and I am sure more...

 

Withdrew Application: TBD

 

Waitlisted: Mississippi College, University of Charleston, Nova Ft. Meyers

 

Accepted: Nova Ft. Meyers

 

Application Attempt- 1st

 

I don't have great stats, but I applied to as many schools as I could...which I think really helped. Also, if you are waitlisted, continue to show you want to go to that school by sending in extra LOR or updating your work information.

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