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Finally got the email with the invite.  I'll take my CASPer next week and they'll call me to set up an interview day/time.

To answer @PAMQtobe, I'm a bit of an outlier:
cGPA: 3.10 (but 123 hours of post-bacc with a GPA of 3.79)
sGPA: 3.35 (Math/science prereq GPA 3.91)
PCE: ~8500 hours as a respiratory therapist
GRE: V156 (73%) Q157 (65%) W4.5 (82%)
Shadow: 80 hours between an ED PA and a cardiology PA
Volunteer: 680

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On 9/12/2019 at 2:50 PM, PAMQtobe said:

Anyone who has been offered an interview mind sharing their stats? Thank you, and good luck to everyone this application cycle 🙂

I am interviewing on October 2nd and could not be more grateful for the opportunity, here are my stats below:

Cum. GPA: 3.72
BCP Total GPA: 3.40
PCE: ~1500 hours as an MA, STNA, scribe
GRE: 308, writing 5
Shadow: 70 hours
Volunteer: ~450 hours

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On 10/11/2019 at 2:18 AM, scholship said:

Congratulations! What is the interview style? This is my first interview so I'm pretty nervous and don't know what to expect.


I felt as though it was very relaxed, which was nice compared to some other schools I have interviewed at. There is an essay portion and then three 10 minute interviews with staff members. My only advice is to be yourself, as they have already read over your application and truly just want to get to know you as a person. They were extremely welcoming and happy to have you there.

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