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Getting Into the Physician Assistant School of Your Choice

by Andrew J. Rodican

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0071421858, Paperback)

Give PA applicants a competitive edge.

The best resource for anyone considering this career.

Getting Into the PA School of Your Choice, 2/e is a precise blueprint that addresses every step of the application process, including what schools look for in an applicant, financial aid, Internet resources, and information on PA programs.

*How to select a PA program
*Setting and achieving goals
*Comments, suggestions, and tips from current PA students
*Trends in PA programs- including excerpts from "PAs in the field" and salary profiles
*Expert advice on effective letters of recommendation Writing a quality essay-including sample “essays that worked”
*Interview strategies- including the toughest questions and answers
*Advice and contacts for financial aid
*Key web sites and Internet resources

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:06:05 -0400)

"The good news is that the Physician Assistant profession continues to thrive and grow. In fact, so many people are interested in the profession, competition to get into PA school may be even stiffer than medical school. Still, it is easy to see why many are choosing the PA profession. Medical students are flooded with $200,000 to $300,000 worth of debt after graduation and Medicare and insurance reimbursement rates are projected to decrease and threaten physician's income. In contrast, PA salaries continue to rise and opportunities are more prevalent than ever before. PAs continue to be "cost effective" for their employers"--Provided by publisher.… (more)

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