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On 11/6/2019 at 7:54 AM, Gabpa said:

Just received an email that my application has undergone an “initial review”, but all of the upcoming interview dates are full and they will contact me throughout the winter if an opportunity arises.

This was the first communication I’ve received since I submitted my app around 6/24!

Same here. Thought it was a weird response to get... but in any case I've been accepted elsewhere! Congrats to everyone accepted already 

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ACCEPTED FROM THE AUGUST 15TH INTERVIEW!  I literally could not hold back the tears, this was my third year applying and I have never felt anything like the excitement I have now.  So excite

I just received a call!!! I got accepted 😭😭🙏🏼 good luck to everyone else!! 🙏🏼

For everyone worrying about whether or not they have been denied, please stop worrying. This school in particular has only sent out two rounds of interviews (July and August) and it is still extremely

Congrats to everyone who has been accepted! For those who are still waiting for an interview invite or an acceptance, hang in there!

I am a current student at the Drexel PA program, and am here to help if anyone has any questions. Just shoot me a message and I'll try my best to get back to you.

Here is the FB group for the upcoming class: https://www.facebook.com/groups/409746259955797/

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The writing portion is pretty straightforward. I would make sure you are familiar with issues/strengths of the PA profession. Also be prepared to reflect on your strengths as an applicant.

 

I cannot give specific examples because A. it wouldn't be fair, and B. I don't remember the exact questions from 4 months ago. 

Good luck at your interview! 

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Just received an interview for 2/13!!! Honestly don't even care if I'm on their list because other people declined interviews/acceptances, because all that matters is they like me and I know this is all happening for a reason. Can't wait to meet everyone!!

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1 hour ago, sunny98 said:

I got an email way back in July notifying me of the "receipt of application" but I have heard nothing since. Anyone else in the same boat? 

I sent my application in back in July and didn’t hear anything back until I got an interview invite by email last week!

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