Helping You

Get Into PA School

Hi! I'm Michele Neskey - The Posh PA.

Providing guidance, education & motivation to build confidence for aspiring Physician Associates and Beyond!

Helping You

Get Into PA School

Hi! I'm Michele Neskey - The Posh PA.

I provide guidance, education, and motivation to build confidence and promote wellness on for aspiring Physician Associates and Beyond!

If you're not sure about, or need help with:

  • Applying to PA School
  • Mock Interviews
  • Personal Statement & CV/Resume Reviews
  • The Graduation Process

I'm here to help with anything you need on the road to becoming a Physician Associate!

Because with help, everything is "figureoutable".

Michele Neskey

let's work together

to get you into PA school
and survive it

I'm a PA, Mom and Health Coach - so I get it!

The process can be stressful, frustrating and leave you feeling defeated. You don't have to do this alone!! I am here to help..

Michele Neskey Posh PA

let's work together

to get you into PA school
and survive it

The Posh PA vision is to

Help Pre-PAs gain acceptance into an accredited PA program. To teach and maintain a healthy work life balance for future PAs, PA students and practicing PAs. To  provide guidance on career counseling & transition. To increase diversity and inclusion within the PA profession. To provide a platform to enable challenged socioeconomic groups to have an avenue to get into PA school & to educate generations to come on this profession.

things to know about

a Physician Associate's Life

How to Prep for the PANCE

Wondering how to prep for the PANCE? You’re in the right place. Successfully completing PA school is an amazing achievement and should be celebrated! But before new graduates can officially start practicing, they have to pass the Physician Assistant National Certification Exam (PANCE) to officially get that “C” meaning certified. Before I discuss some strategies…

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PA School Interview Pro Tips

Congratulations!  You just received notice that you have been invited to interview for a coveted spot at your top choice PA Program.  All your hard work navigating your CASPA application, requesting transcripts and letters of recommendation, logging your healthcare and shadowing hours, as well as stressing over deadlines, have finally all paid off.  You got…

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How a Masters In Public Health Can Help Physician Assistants

“Can a Masters in Public Health help a Physician Assistant“? This is a frequent question I get asked in both my personal and professional life. Keep the Net Wide After reflecting on the numerous reasons, the main reason I keep circling back to is that it helps me keep opportunities (or what I call “the…

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Becoming a PA: Top 10 FAQs

As a PA counselor, I often get asked a lot of questions by students either looking into a career as a PA or from PA students about entering the profession. Here, I will address the Top 10 FAQs I receive day to day!  1) What is the best undergraduate major to choose as a pre-PA?…

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Applying to PA School During the Covid Crisis

As if applying to PA school wasn’t stressful enough, let’s throw a pandemic into the mix. With patient care jobs, shadowing opportunities and standardized tests being cancelled, the level of anxiety entering into the 2020 CASPA cycle just intensified by one thousand. Every pre-PA has a different circumstance and some of you may still be…

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Can Nurses Become Physician Assistants?

“Should I become a nurse if I want to be a Physician Assistant (PA) in the future?” This is a question I get asked on the regular by pre-PAs looking to complete an undergraduate degree and gain clinical experience prior to PA school. The Answer Has to Be Right For You To best answer this…

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How to Pay for Your PA Education with Income Share Agreements

One of the most important things to consider when deciding on whether or not to apply to PA school is how you plan to pay for it. If you’re like me and thinking about money (or lack thereof) makes you anxious, then this is a MUST read for you. Student Loan Debt Many physician assistant…

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How to Get Into PA School with a Low GPA

Understanding the Hard Truth and What You Can Do About It One of the most common questions I receive as a pre-PA counselor is regarding GPA and how to be considered a “competitive applicant” for PA school.  The hard truth: Whether we like it or not, as of today, GPA is the best predictor of…

Read More

How to Prep for the PANCE

Wondering how to prep for the PANCE? You’re in the right place. Successfully completing PA school is an amazing achievement and should be celebrated! But before new graduates can officially start practicing, they have to pass the Physician Assistant National Certification Exam (PANCE) to officially get that “C” meaning certified. Before I discuss some strategies…

Read More

PA School Interview Pro Tips

Congratulations!  You just received notice that you have been invited to interview for a coveted spot at your top choice PA Program.  All your hard work navigating your CASPA application, requesting transcripts and letters of recommendation, logging your healthcare and shadowing hours, as well as stressing over deadlines, have finally all paid off.  You got…

Read More

How a Masters In Public Health Can Help Physician Assistants

“Can a Masters in Public Health help a Physician Assistant“? This is a frequent question I get asked in both my personal and professional life. Keep the Net Wide After reflecting on the numerous reasons, the main reason I keep circling back to is that it helps me keep opportunities (or what I call “the…

Read More

Becoming a PA: Top 10 FAQs

As a PA counselor, I often get asked a lot of questions by students either looking into a career as a PA or from PA students about entering the profession. Here, I will address the Top 10 FAQs I receive day to day!  1) What is the best undergraduate major to choose as a pre-PA?…

Read More

Applying to PA School During the Covid Crisis

As if applying to PA school wasn’t stressful enough, let’s throw a pandemic into the mix. With patient care jobs, shadowing opportunities and standardized tests being cancelled, the level of anxiety entering into the 2020 CASPA cycle just intensified by one thousand. Every pre-PA has a different circumstance and some of you may still be…

Read More

Can Nurses Become Physician Assistants?

“Should I become a nurse if I want to be a Physician Assistant (PA) in the future?” This is a question I get asked on the regular by pre-PAs looking to complete an undergraduate degree and gain clinical experience prior to PA school. The Answer Has to Be Right For You To best answer this…

Read More

How to Pay for Your PA Education with Income Share Agreements

One of the most important things to consider when deciding on whether or not to apply to PA school is how you plan to pay for it. If you’re like me and thinking about money (or lack thereof) makes you anxious, then this is a MUST read for you. Student Loan Debt Many physician assistant…

Read More

How to Get Into PA School with a Low GPA

Understanding the Hard Truth and What You Can Do About It One of the most common questions I receive as a pre-PA counselor is regarding GPA and how to be considered a “competitive applicant” for PA school.  The hard truth: Whether we like it or not, as of today, GPA is the best predictor of…

Read More

From a

pre-pa's perspective

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from a pre-pa's perspective

Darcy A.

Pre-PA

My mock interview with Michele was incredibly informative. She provided some of the best feedback I could have asked for and gave me examples of other topic-related things I could consider when answering. She was very attentive and gave feedback that helped me to alter the way I answer questions in a way that was professional, personal, and pertinent to the topic. She did not rush me and allowed for questions at the end of the process. I loved how Michele was very personable and made me feel very comfortable during our trial. By the end of the interview, I felt more confident and had an idea of what I needed to work on and what I needed to be more vigilant about when answering a question. I would definitely recommend Michele to anyone looking for some one on one assistance as she is very thorough and professional.

Chloe T.

Pre-PA

Just wanted to let you know I received an acceptance call from PA school! I could not have done this journey without your help. From helping me with my personal statement to the mock interview that gave me the confidence I needed for my interview. Thank you for helping me fulfill my dream of being a PA. So glad I stumbled upon your IG page. Best investment ever.

Sydney G.

Pre-PA

After our 30 minute counseling session I already felt more confident for this application cycle. Right after we got off the call I thought to myself "Wow she is really invested in me and I'm so happy I made this purchase". I just wanted to let you know even after 30 minutes I could really tell your commitment to my goals which meant a lot.

Michaela R.

Pre-PA

Just wanted to let you know I got an acceptance to Lincoln Memorial University! Thanks so much again for your help, you made me feel so much more confident going into my interviews!

Tess G.

Pre-PA

Michele gave me some very helpful tips that I can use for my upcoming interview! You taught me how to improve my answers by adding more of my personality and showing me how to explain why I want to be a PA. She also shared her experiences and why she loves being a PA! I am very thankful for her time in doing this mock interview with me.

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informational videos

Ever wonder what the process is like as a pre-physician assistant? Or how a Mock Interview for PA school would go? Or how my personal statement review service works? Or what real-world experiences from 1st and 2nd year PA Students are actually like?

Take a peek at some videos to get some of those answers and more!

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The PA Health-Work Balance

As a PA, I understand how important it is to be strong mentally and physically.  So, as a Wellness Counselor, I am dedicated to helping you take care of yourself, so that you CAN take care of others.

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