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Figured I'd drop in and say hi.  I'm a current first year student, so if anyone has questions about the application process. life as a KC PA student (especially in the time of COVID), etc. I'll do my

@FuturePA3210, thanks so much!

Got an Interview invite today!

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18 minutes ago, PAsmg said:

Has anyone else interviewed and not heard anything back yet? I'm starting to get worried and hoping I am not the only one who hasn't heard anything post intervie

I don't think they have waitlisted es or rejected anyone yet. To my knowledge, oy a few people have received acceptances. They said don't expect to hear anything at all until mid December at the earliest, so I wouldn't worry!




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On 1/8/2021 at 3:54 PM, nguyenli said:

Hi everyone! Is there unofficial matriculated cohorts group (Facebook, etc.) to meet up and find potential roommate? Looking forward to meeting you all

I have not found a facebook group. Maybe someone can start one for the incoming class of 2021?

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