How to Ace the Physician Assistant School Interview, 2nd Edition (Paperback)
By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.
Congratulations You've been invited for a physician assistant school interview. You've likely spent the past several years taking classes, volunteering, obtaining medical experience, shadowing, accomplishing your CASPA application, and writing a killer essay to get here.
However, your work is not over; in fact, it is just beginning. The weaker applicants have been ruled out, and now you will be going up against the best of the best You have two choices at this point: you can try to wing it and be another faceless drone at your interview, or you can prepare and become the Perfect Applicant.
Written by Andrew J. Rodican, PA-C, author of Getting into The Physician Assistant School of Your Choice., Andrew is a graduate of the Yale University School of Medicine Physician Associate Program. Andrew is a former Yale admissions committee member, a Clinical Adjunct Instructor at the Quinnipiac University PA program, and has been coaching PA school applicants since 1996.
How to Ace the Physician Assistant School Interview (First Edition) has ranked #1 on amazon.com since 2011. This book has already helped thousands of PA school applicants knock'em dead at their interviews, and it can help you too.
This SECOND EDITION is completely updated and revised. It includes everything from the first edition, including all new material:How to become the Perfect Applicant.The fact is, every PA program has specific Qualities they look for in applicants they accept to their program. You'll learn the Perfect Applicant formula that will teach you how to incorporate these Qualities into every answer you provide. li>How and where to find these Qualities for any program. HINT: they are not only found on the program's website How to master the author's Tailoring Method. Learn a precise formula to help you infuse Qualities into every answer, for any program.
Also included in this book are over seventy of the toughest interview questions and answers most commonly asked by the admissions committee: Traditional Questions, Behavioral Questions, Situational Questions, Ethical Questions, Hypothetical Questions, and Illegal Questions. All of the answers demonstrate the Perfect Applicant formula.
There is also entire chapter dedicated to the Multiple Mini Interview (MMI). The MMI is becoming more common and requires a lot of preparation and practice to master. The purpose of the MMI is to evaluate interpersonal skills, soft skills, professionalism and ethical/moral judgment.
So why go it alone? Take advantage of the author's twenty-nine years' experience and Ace your PA school interview.