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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…

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PA School Survival Tips from First Year PA Students

Congratulations!! You’ve been accepted into PA school and you are one step closer to your dream of becoming a PA. Suddenly, the anxiety starts to settle in as you realize you have no idea what you should be doing if anything before you start, and what are the best resources to utilize once you get…

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Tips for CASPA

It is the moment you have been working towards for what feels like an eternity…CASPA is OPEN and its time to apply to PA school! Suddenly, all of the anticipation has become a reality and you fight the urge to freak out.  Whether you are a first-timer or re-applicant, the process can be overwhelming, which may result in mistakes…

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Prepping for your PA School Application

It was not until a few years after I graduated college that I decided to become a Physician Assistant & just like anyone else, it was hard to get in so I am here to tell you how I rocked my PA school application in hopes that you can learn something from me!! I was working…

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The PA Role in Patient Safety

In any healthcare setting, there is always an emphasis on patient safety. But if I am being honest, it took me a while to really understand the meaning behind it.  We are all taught as physician assistants, doctors and nurses the Hippocratic Oath: First Do No Harm, and we do the best we can to…

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