Does that mean that as an applicant in your 30s or older, you have somehow “aged out” of your path to being a PA?
Of course not!
We talk a lot about considering each program’s mission statement, philosophies, and values when choosing where you want to submit applications. However, we have only touched on writing your personal mission statement to guide you as you apply to Physician Assistant (PA) programs.
The new year, when you are already thinking about your goals, is a great time to put that idea into practice.
‘Tis the time of year for buying gifts. Whether you are shopping for Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Christmas, or just out of a vague need to participate in the holiday season, you might find yourself wondering what to give the PA student in your life.
We asked our students to tell us what gifts they would like and what would have been great before matriculating into PA school.
We are taking a break this month from the more instructional blog posts to touch base with the foundation of the PA profession: Veterans.
If you have spent time applying or planning to apply to college or graduate school, you have probably come across the phrase “holistic admissions process.”
But what does “holistic admissions” really mean?
Schools that look at applicants holistically look at the whole person, not just their grades and scores.