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Schools with low or no minimum PCE (in the midwest specifically)?

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Hi, I have been spelunking for quite some time for schools with minimal direct PCE requirements - especially in the midwest, though I've already begun to spread out my search. I have a significant deficiency in that area of my application because I was focused on medical school for most of my time in undergrad, so my main extracurricular experiences are scribing and research, though I plan to start work as a CNA soon. That being said, are there any other schools you know of besides my following list that have no minimum, a low minimum, AND/OR accept scribe hours? I certainly can't afford to be picky. I am a resident of Missouri, if that helps.

-St. Louis University

-University of Missouri-Kansas City

-University of Iowa

-University of Wisconsin-La Crosse

-Rosalind Franklin University

-Northwestern University


I have also looked at Drexel, Duke, and Yale, which (if I am correct) either accept scribing hours or don't have a hefty requirement.


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