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I just called the admissions office and they stated that my “application is still under review” and that the class is not filled yet and the interview process is still going. They also stated that the

Thank you! Yes --  Verified 6/5  Request for secondary 7/2; Interview invite 7/16  3.4 overall, 3.1 science HCE ~10,000 hrs  PCE ~10,000 hrs PA Shadowing ~300 hrs

Heard back Tuesday 10/22 with an acceptance from 9/16 interview! Is there a fb group for accepted students?  Also has anyone heard any feedback from the current class about how the new MS program

On 10/25/2019 at 4:41 PM, sk8160 said:

Heard back Tuesday 10/22 with an acceptance from 9/16 interview! Is there a fb group for accepted students? 

Also has anyone heard any feedback from the current class about how the new MS program is going? 

I am in the new master’s program. I’m very impressed so far. They really want everyone to do well and they’re always so happy to help us. It’s a great learning environment. 

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Hi, congrats to all those who have had interviews or have been accepted!!! I applied extremely late (last week of September) and have not heard any notification regarding my application. I was wondering if anyone else who applied this late has heard anything. Are all the interview invites already sent? 

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On 11/16/2019 at 8:48 AM, NewPAapplicant said:

Hi, congrats to all those who have had interviews or have been accepted!!! I applied extremely late (last week of September) and have not heard any notification regarding my application. I was wondering if anyone else who applied this late has heard anything. Are all the interview invites already sent? 

I applied in beginning of September. I haven't heard anything from them yet. 

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On 11/14/2019 at 5:40 PM, cq7261 said:

Accepted today from 11/8 interview! I'm pretty sure interviews are running through the rest of the month and possibly December.  Can't wait to meet everyone next year!  Has anyone started a FB group yet?

Wow congrats!!  You got accepted hella fast. I interviews 11/4 and still didn’t hear back from the AdCom 😕 now I’m nervous lol 

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On 12/4/2019 at 5:10 PM, shahzad78 said:

I submitted the supplemental early September, still haven’t heard back. Super anxious 😬😬. Good luck with the interview. May i ask your stats? @Walter 🙂

Thank you! Hope you hear some news from them soon.

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3.9 cumilative gpa

3.8 science gpa

~2,500 hours HCE/PCE as medical assistant 

~150 HCE volunteer hours wound care scribe volunteer at a nursing home

40 hours PA shadowing

3 LORs:  MD, professor & a supervisor from a volunteer health educator program I was part of for 3 years.

 

 

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