Congratulations! You’ve finally been accepted to Physician Assistant School! Now the bead of sweat starts and the pit in your stomach forms as you wonder, how will I afford this?! Today, David Duquette, shares about the financial impact of your student loans and what they mean for you during — and after —PA School.Read More
Whether it’s finding the PA position that you’ve dreamt up for years now, prepping for your first interviews as a PA, or not knowing what to do now that school is done having all of these ‘adulting’ tasks are ahead of you — I’ve addressed it inside!Read More
In PA school the goal is to just get out alive, pass boards, & save lives- but no one ever told us how to stay alive before our first paycheck….with the last loans disbursement 6+ months ago….
I have been receiving this very frequent question since I was studying in didactic. Quite honestly, I felt like I couldn’t even answer honestly until this year because of the simple truth: Didactic year is exhausting. And that’s okay to admit. The purpose of this blog isn’t to make everything look easy or simple and you know I will keep it 100% real with you…Read More
Making sure you’re a competitive applicant prior to applying to PA school is very important. Application season is not cheap & making yourself a well-rounded applicant is vital! The following post contains all aspects of the most FAQ I get about how to prepare to PA school as an undergraduate studentRead More
While many of you may be in Mid-CASPA mode right now, the other half of you are gearing up to move and start your PA programs in just a couple of months! So, here’s the low-down on how I recommend spending your precious time before the start of school..Read More
It's no news flash; it can be hard to keep life, friends, and family outside of PA/Med school.Read More