For this week’s Pre-PA Q and A, I answer 2 of my subscriber’s questions about applying to PA school. The 2nd one just graduated with a 3.3 cumulative GPA and a 3.2 science GPA, but no patient care experience hours (PCE), and asked me how they ought to get their PCE hours and get their GPA up.
My Pre-PA Q and As are all about assisting YOU enter into PA school by sharing my subscribers concerns about using to PA school and improving their applications, and my answers to their questions. I hope this helps, and if you have any concerns about how to apply to PA school, how to speak with for PA school, how to do well in PA school, or anything else PA-school associated, please leave a comment or send me an e-mail through my website, boristhepa.com!
As constantly, if you wish to get my aid personally or if you would like to work together, please connect to me through my website, www.boristhepa.com. If you want to get Brian’s assist with your individual statement, please visit myparesource.com, he likewise has a great deal of other pre-PA services that can actually help you out! (No, myparesource.com did not pay me anything for this collab, I simply think Brian is really educated and I’m happy to promote his services due to the fact that I want you to live your dream and get into PA school!).
If you just have a fast question, I choose that you post it to the comments so that other students can take advantage of the question and from my response, however if it’s something individual then I’m more than delighted to answer fast concerns totally free over e-mail or direct messaging on Instagram.
My name is Boris, I’m a 2nd year Physician Assistant (PA) trainee. My passions are informing individuals about health care and discovering medication! Please register for my channel to assist me reach more people and stay tuned for more excellent content consisting of: interview ideas and stories, essay composing tutorials, interviews with medical, PA, and nursing trainees, and far more!
Disclaimer: I am not a PA School admissions expert. The guidance I provide in my YouTube videos and any advice or feedback I supply throughout speaking with sessions is for educational purposes just and is based on my own understanding, experience, personal research study, and success as a PA School candidate and trainee.