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Attention Pre-PAs! Getting into PA school has become very competitive, and many school now have more than 20-25 applicants for each open seat. 

Here is a meeting you do not want to miss!

The American Association of Surgical PAs will be hosting a Pre-PA Info/mentoring seminar, practice one on one interviews, and essay reviews in ORLANDO, FLORIDA JANUARY 19th, 2018 (Friday), starting at 1600! There will be a 3-4 hour coaching session and plenty of time after for practice interviews and essay reviews.  At the end, receive via email a certificate of attendance from AASPA to dress up your CASPA application! 

Student will be able to meet PA leaders and admission committee members  and learn first hand tips and tricks to become a successful PA Program applicant.

 Some of the topics to be covered include: 
-Overview of the PA Profession
-How to get a shadow
-PA Profession news that all applicants need to know
-Essentials of Academic prerequisites
-Health care/patient care prerequisites
-How to deal with CASPA
-PA-wanna-be essays
-How to stand out as an applicant

Attending this seminar attendees receive:
Unique certificate of attendance suitable for listing on PA applications
Copies of all PowerPoint slides and lecture materials
One on one opportunities to speak with PAs serving on admission committees
Unique tips, tricks, and advice you can't get from a book or a website.

The event is hosted by AASPA and given by volunteer Surgical PAs, PA school faculty members, and admissions experts
Register at AASPA.COM ($65)
 
For any questions, please contact ceo@aaspa.com

AASPA Pre-PA Flyer-final.pdf

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