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Hello all,

I noticed a discussion thread has not yet been started for this year's application cycle. I recently received an email from admissions letting me know that my application has been received and is under review. Where is everyone else in the application process? Any little drops of wisdom on how the Stanford admissions process typically goes, or the merits/drawbacks of their curriculum and program?

Thanks, and good luck

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I received this email 7-13-17

 

Dear Applicant, 

Your application for the Stanford School of Medicine, MS in PA Studies has been received. We are presently in the process of reviewing each application. Due to the high level of interest in our program, we will not be able to give personal feedback to every applicant. 

Thank you again for your interest in our program.

Fred M. Tovar, M.Ed.

Senior Admissions Officer

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15 hours ago, marissaleigh27 said:

Does anyone know if there is a Supplemental Application this year?

I appreciate the help!

I believe the only supplemental part of the application was on CASPA. There were a few questions about where you see yourself practicing in the future and things like that. Other than that I don't think there was anything separate from CASPA that you had to fill out. Correct me if I am wrong! 

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On 7/20/2017 at 11:48 PM, Pez said:

I received this email 7-13-17

 

Dear Applicant, 

Your application for the Stanford School of Medicine, MS in PA Studies has been received. We are presently in the process of reviewing each application. Due to the high level of interest in our program, we will not be able to give personal feedback to every applicant. 

Thank you again for your interest in our program.

Fred M. Tovar, M.Ed.

Senior Admissions Officer

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When did you submit you app through CASPA? I submitted July 14th, and have not gotten a confirmation email. I'm thinking of maybe calling on Monday about it. 

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