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Welcome, my name is Sal and in 2018 I was in your shoes. I had the dream of becoming a PA and fell in love with the profession. That being said, all my free time and energy during my final year of undergraduate was dedicated to being the perfect applicant. After countless mouths of researching and seeing what PA schools were looking for, I was accepted in 12/14 schools that I applied to on my first cycle attempt! The PA profession is increasing exponentially in competition, and I commend you all for aspiring to secure the #1 job in America!
That being said, things are a little different today, in terms of acceptances. There is a much greater awareness of the PA profession, which yields a higher competition for applicants. It is getting increasingly more competitive every year. My job and the reason why I created this website is to help you achieve acceptance on your first attempt. I have worked with a variety of students that have successfully gotten accepted into a program from low GPA, to not enough healthcare experience hours, etc.
I do not tend to take on too many students at one time, because I want to provide a personalized service that will include having my personal email, cell phone number, and online meetings. In addition, I want to get to know my student’s interests and goals to get a better understanding of how we can implement it in the personal statement. We will get YOUR application to be the one that stands out, so you achieve your dream of becoming a PA!
It’s simple: this website was founded with the primary mission to help pre-PA students achieve their goals and strengthen their application to the maximum capability in terms of acceptance. I believe that takes a good mentor and advisor to pave the way to save both time and money on reapplying.
My promise to you is giving my full attention and commitment for getting you the best possible chance of acceptance. I hate seeing students receive incorrect and false advice that they have heard from the public, classmates, or even undergraduate councilors.
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