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HI GUYS! I DIDNT SEE A THREAD FOR PACE 2017-2018  FOR THE PLEASANTVILLE, WESTCHESTER, NY CAMPUS.SO HERE IT IS....GOODLUCK TO EVERYONE!!! :)

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19 hours ago, AmandaS19 said:

I submitted in July and haven't heard anything either. Has anyone tried calling the school?

I called them a couple weeks ago and they said its normal not to have heard anything because they don't start reviewing apps til December

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17 hours ago, DRHRT said:

anyone heard anything??

 

Wondering same thing. It looks like last year they were still interviewing as late as June, so maybe the cycle will be late. Anyway, haven't heard anything at all and submitted in summertime.

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On 12/14/2017 at 8:19 PM, DRHRT said:

for those who received an interview...can you guys please share your stats?

Gpa: 3.7

sgpa: 3.4

Health care hours: 3500 as medical assistant

Application submitted 8/30

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Hey Guys

I just got my invite for an interview yesterday, I will be interviewing on 1/11

Questions, do any of you guys have any insight on what this interview is like? The email Pace sent said that it starts at 830 and goes to 2pm and that it involves an interview session, a group interview session, and an essay. That looks intense for an interview. Anyway I look forward to seeing you guys there..:)

Here are my stats

Science GPA 4.0

Overall GPA 3.49

Over 23,000 hours of direct patient time

App submitted on 10/1/17

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On 12/31/2017 at 5:19 PM, WonderWall said:

Anyone know how many students will be interviewed for the 35 available seats?

It looks like at least 90 from the interview dates offered so far. 15 per interview date and there are at least 6 dates.

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28 minutes ago, NelsonAgee said:

Jmb12010, I have my interview on the 11th, let me know how yours goes. I hope the weather holds up for you guys:)

Hi Nelson, Ours got cancelled today due to weather unfortunately...

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2 hours ago, NelsonAgee said:

Jmb12010, I have my interview on the 11th, let me know how yours goes. I hope the weather holds up for you guys:)

Ours got canceled, I changed my interview to the 11th. Good luck all!

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2 hours ago, PAmpb said:

Has anyone heard about what's going on for the 1/5 interviews? Is it delayed until 11 or cancelled?

They cancelled 1/5 interview too?

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I have an interview on the 9th as well! They asked for a photo in the confirmed interview email? Does anyone know if they want like a passport photo or does it matter? Thanks & good luck :) 

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