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A Typical Day in the Life of a PA Student: Didactic Year

During my time at Penn State, I (along with several classmates) served as a “program ambassador”, meeting with prospective students when they came to interview. Generally, we would sit with the candidates over lunch and talk with them about the… Continue Reading →

How Much Didactic Work is There in Clinical Year?

It is safe to say that most rotations have more required reading than is possible to do in the span of 5 weeks. So don’t be caught off guard by this. As much as you want to take a breather… Continue Reading →

End of Didactic Year: Thoughts & Advice from the 1/2-way Mark

It is hard to believe that didactic year of PA school has finally come to an end! Even though ‘time-wise’ I am only halfway through this journey, I know that in terms of stress and workload, I have made it… Continue Reading →

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