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Hello,

I received an interview for the 2019/2020 cycle. I was told that there is a discussion board to find out about what to expect and how to prepare for the interview. Does anyone know where to look?

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Hello,

Did you mean the 2018/2019 cycle that matriculates in Jan 2020 or are you going through the early acceptance program they have?

What date is your interview on? I would look through the previous years' forums to get an idea of what to expect.I am interviewing July 12. From what I hear, just be yourself! Know why you want to be a PA, what a PA is, and study up on EVMS are a few things!

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I heard the same you already look good on paper they just want to meet you now! I’ll be there Monday the 15th am session!


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Hi Guys, 

I was reading over previous threads and I stumbled upon this comment:

"As a current student, this last part is not true. We do not report back to the faculty about how we feel about the candidates. We do not have a say in whether you get in or not. ?  Also, whether or not you go to the social events has nothing to do with your acceptance either."

Does any body know what these social events are and when?

I'm from out of state and booked my return flight the same evening of my interview date( i have my interview on Friday in the AM) . Although it says that the attendance to these social events don't affect your acceptance, I wouldn't mind stopping by if time permits. 

 

 

 

 

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