What do I need for PA school?

What do I need for PA school?

Most programs will require at least:One year of chemistry with labs*One course each of human anatomy and physiology with labs.One course in microbiology with lab.One course in statistics.One course in psychology.

What do PA programs look for?

Keep up your GPA Many top schools require a cumulative GPA of 3.0 to 4.0. While many admission factors differ, most have a GPA minimum. This speaks for itself: PA programs are competitive academically. Develop a strong academic focus in your first two years and get a solid foundation in the sciences.

What is a good GRE score for PA school?

Minimum GRE Score: Combined minimum score of 300 (verbal and quantitative). For 300 or greater score, written portion of the test is not required. Minimum GRE / MCAT Scores: Preferred overall GRE scores above the 50th percentile, and MCAT scores above 26 (tests before January 2015) or 500 (tests after January 2015).

How much do PA schools look at GRE?

For most PA school applicants, being somewhat better than 55th percentile (310 total) is good enough. Once you’re there, be done with the GRE. Busting your hump for 60% is probably not going to move you into the accept pile if you aren’t there already.