Address Your Debt The 401K Fix Does Your Employer offer a 401K with a Match? Yes 401K with a Match Look at your fees. The median annual fees for all plans is 0.72% of assets. My wifes hospital charges 0.13% and my work charges 1.5% This is important as we will see below Meet your company […]
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Which of the following statements regarding infectious mononucleosis is FALSE? A. Infectious mononucleosis is caused by the Epstein-Barr virus. B. Most adults (>90%) have been infected with the Epstein-Barr virus C. Splenic rupture is a dreaded complication of infectious mononucleosis. D. Streptococcal pharyngitis and infectious mononucleosis never coexist. E. The usual mode of transmission of […]
Now that you finished the 60 day email review series it is time to test your knowledge. Many of you may have either taken your exam or are really close to the deadline. If you have the time, you can sign up below to take an interactive midterm exam which covers every question from days 30-60 of […]
This drug causes gingival hyperplasia and hirsutism. At high doses it can cause nystagmus, ataxia and diplopia. Which drug is best described by these statements A. aspirin B. acetaminophen C. acyclovir D. phenytoin E. valproic acid Answer: D, phenytoin Dilantin (phenytoin) causes these typical symptoms Help Support The Physician Assistant Life for FREE! This is […]
This drug causes gingival hyperplasia and hirsutism. At high doses, it can cause nystagmus, ataxia, and diplopia. Which drug is best described by these statements aspirin acetaminophen acyclovir phenytoin valproic acid Answer: D Phenytoin Dilantin (phenytoin) causes these typical symptoms Note: * This is part of the Daily PANCE and PANRE in your inbox email series: […]
These are quick notes I take when I attend conferences or find some info that I want to jot down for later. I often do not proof read and I write fast. So please any information you take from here should be carefully cross-checked for accuracy. If you are interested in adding to this leave […]
Along with practice questions, taking full-length PANCE and PANRE practice tests is an indispensable part of preparing for the PANCE and PANRE. How many full-length mock exams should you take, though? And how often? Let’s use a sports analogy to shed some light on these important questions. What Sports Teams Can Teach Us About PANCE and PANRE […]
The 2020 PA School Admissions and Requirements Table Search and sort through all accredited and developing PA school programs by healthcare experience, resident and non-resident PA school tuition, PA program duration, GRE requirements, overall GPA, prerequisite GPA, and science GPA requirements. Search by PA program accreditation status, CASPA participation, PA school class size, five-year PANCE […]
As you probably know by now, if you want to get into PA school you must complete the necessary prerequisite coursework. I have discussed this in detail in a previous post Prerequisite Coursework: How to Design the Perfect Pre-PA School Curriculum. Today, we are going a step further by giving you answers to some of the […]
PA VS MD Comparison: GPA, MCAT, GRE scores, prerequisite coursework, clinical experience, years of training and time in school, job duties, cost of education, average salary, job satisfaction, divorce and burnout rates all compiled into this (very shareable) image
Are you like me and looking to dodge the GRE? Does the thought of studying for the GRE exam make your palms sweat and your heart flutter? Wouldn’t it be great if you could find PA schools that don’t require the GRE and simply avoid the GRE exam altogether? Well, you are in luck! Out of 260 […]
I had a mock interview with Sarah earlier this week – my true interview was the morning, and I really can’t give Sarah enough praise. She was extremely helpful and made the mock interview very personalized to my specific background. She didn’t feed me “good answers,” she instead gave me great insight into my own […]
I knocked the PANRE out of the park in May. Your website was so helpful!! Thanks for keeping it affordable….you smoke the in-person review courses!
Letters of Recommendation for PAs Are you a PA school applicant who has been asked by your reference to write a letter of recommendation sample for your own PA School application? Are you a letter writer looking for the right words to make an exceptional PA school applicant, PA student finishing his/her rotation, or physician […]