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Dear PA Student or PA Grad,

 

After personally tutoring PA students matriculating in PA schools for 2 years, I began tutoring graduates who were about to take the PANCE for the first time. 100% of the first five I tutored scored high.

After teaching for over 20 years, I have made these subjects relatively simple to learn without memorization!

 

And since 2012, I have helped 57 students pass the PANCE and PANRE. My students were from schools all across the U.S.

*Of those 5 first time takers, 100% passed.

*Of those who had failed once, 97% passed.

*Of those who failed twice, 93% passed.

*And of those who failed three times, 91% passed after taking my course.

These are awesome results.

 

Now I am pleased to offer my complete personal Automated AudioVisual PANCE/PANRE tutoring course online.

This course has taken me 5 years to develop.

It is a complete NCCPA Blueprint oriented AudioVisual PANCE, PANRE tutoring course with 1,200 Power Point slides.

This course has also been used by students still in school with great success because the student can pick and choose the Topics and Systems the student wants to review.

This is my complete ‘one on one’ tutoring course online with text and audio, at a fraction of what I charged for personal tutoring. The audio alone lasts for 20 hours.

 

I encourage you to visit my website at www.PrecipioLearning.com to watch a free sample.

 

Most Sincerely,

 

John Athas, M.D. (retired)

Level 1 Trauma ER M.D.

Internist

Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Fl

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