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Posted By: Paul   |   4th of April, 2015   |   PA School Essays   |   4 Comments

PA School Essay: 3 Things You Must Communicate

Let’s talk about the BIG PICTURE of your PA school application essay.  Students struggle when it comes time to write their essay because most of the their application is pretty much fill-in-the-blanks.  Then they get to the essay section and see a giant empty page/screen.  For CASPA, the question is (intentionally) vague: In the space…

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Posted By: Paul   |   7th of January, 2014   |   PA School Essays   |   6 Comments

Physician Assistant School Essay: What to Write About

Okay, the next video in our series on writing your essay is here, and it’s aim is to help you decide what to actually write about.  How do you choose the subject matter?  How do you answer the question they ask you: “Describe your motivation for becoming a physician assistant”?

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Posted By: Paul   |   3rd of September, 2013   |   PA School Essays   |   0 Comments

The Physician Assistant School Essay: How Important Is it?

Today’s video, The Physician Assistant School Essay: How Important Is It?  is the first of more to come about making the most out of your essay when you submit your CASPA application.  How are essays reviewed?  How does this affect your essay creation process? 

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Posted By: Paul   |   25th of July, 2011   |   Getting Into PA School   |   0 Comments

Physician Assistant Admissions Committees: What They Search For

Physician assistant admissions committees can be tough to please.  A reader emailed us this week with a question about it: Hey, guys.  After exploring your site, I’m convinced that PA is a better fit for me than MD.  My question is: how does one convince a physician assistant admissions committee?  Any help in the matter…

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