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Congratulations doat! Me too! When I sent my confirmation email, I got an automatic response saying

 

You have reached PA Program Admission.  The PA Program Admission Committee will be notifying all May 2017 applicants of their Academic Evaluation decisions via email by September 28, 2016. We appreciate your patience in our review of applications.

 

I'm assuming they still received my email!

 

But also this means that if anyone didn't get their invite today, you still could get it in the next few days.

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Congratulations doat! Me too! When I sent my confirmation email, I got an automatic response saying

 

You have reached PA Program Admission.  The PA Program Admission Committee will be notifying all May 2017 applicants of their Academic Evaluation decisions via email by September 28, 2016. We appreciate your patience in our review of applications.

 

I'm assuming they still received my email!

 

But also this means that if anyone didn't get their invite today, you still could get it in the next few days.

Congrats!!

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It's multiple mini interview (MMI) format, so it will involve several stations. They can be traditional interview format, tasks to complete with other interviewees, ethical questions, essay writing, role play, surveys. Anything, really. I have heard medical schools with this format have anywhere from 5-10 stations.

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Hello everyone, 

 

I'm a student at Butler and I'll be showing some people around during the interviews in the morning. I believe this year the class size they are selecting is somewhere around 80. Last year it was 45 and the year before it was 26. I believe they received over 800 applications this year. Your class is going to complete the transition into Butler's MPAS program which is a 2 year post bachelor masters program.

 

During my interview last year everyone was nervous, so that's natural. The NAE goes much quicker than you expect it to, and all of the interviewers are various instructors or preceptors who are very kind and compassionate. I have no idea how scoring works but for each scenario just be respectful, respond to questions appropriately and do the best you can. There is really no prepping for the scenarios except like any generic recommendations, make sure you understand the program, why you want to go there, and why you want to be a PA. Good luck and have a great weekend. 

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I'm not an Indiana local so I don't have the best advice. If you are really interested in the program I would recommend getting a good feel for where you want to live and how far you feel like commuting. If you have any specific questions I can hopefully help you more tomorrow after your interview. A lot of other current students will be helping out and we are all nervous for you guys!

 

With extra time You can always check out the Broad Ripple area if you are hungry. There is always downtown Indy but that might be too much for one day.

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