Our Courses are Designed to Prepare Applicants for the Challenges that Await Them in PA School
Topics Include:
Topics Include:
  • Choosing the perfect PA program
  • Pre-Admission Predictors of Program Sucess
  • How to fund PA school
  • Becoming a competitive applicant
  • The most up to date averages and data for PA programs nationwide
  • Brainstorming ideas for your PA school personal statement
  • And So Much More...
  • An overview of Medical Terminology featuring Medcomic, the most entertaining way to study medicine
  • A FREE 1400-page Anatomy and Physiology textbook in .pdf form
  • A PA school-specific review of the fundamentals of Anatomy and Physiology
  • Topics presented by former PA school adjunct faculty to acclimate you to the fast-paced lecture style in order to improve your note-taking skills
  • And So Much More...
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Why PA School Prep?
Our program makes expectations clear: 
You will know what PA Programs expect of you when school begins
An increased understanding of graduate-level course material 
Translates into higher test scores, GPAs, and PANCE pass rates.
PA School-specific preparation
For courses like Anatomy & Physiology and Medical Terminology.
Instill confidence in your foundational knowledge
By preparing for the strenuous academic challenge that lies ahead.
Start PA School ahead of the game
By making academic success more attainable.
Courses are directed by some of the most prominent figures in Pre-PA education.
So you can trust that the information presented is accurate and up to date. 
Our lectures cover each of the body's main organ systems in an easy-to-understand manner to ensure that you are prepared once Physician Assistant School matriculation begins. Each student is provided with access to a FREE 1400-page Anatomy and Physiology textbook to aid in their learning. By preparing for graduate-level education through our program, our clients ensure their academic success within ANY Physician Assistant program.
Who We Are
Why PA School Prep?
We've created a coalition of Pre-PA educators that understand the road that lies ahead for Physician Assistant students.  Our curriculum is specific to those of PA schools so the information being presented is tailor-made for your future.  The curriculum aligns with the NCCPA blueprint, ensuring the material being presented will best prepare you for a graduate-level education.  Our courses can be completed at your own pace and modular quizzes ensure complete understanding of the material before moving on to the next subject.
What can I expect from the PA School Prep course?
After enrolling and completing PA School Prep, you'll have a strong, refreshed foundation of knowledge that will lead to an increased understanding of the material being presenting in your Physician Assistant program. All of our lectures and quizzes are online-based and can be completed at your own pace. Refreshing your knowledge of Anatomy, Physiology, and Medical Terminology will help lead to a smoother transition to a graduate-level education, an increased understanding of the material being presented during lectures, less stress/anxiety once matriculation starts, as well as increased exam scores. Our courses are instructed by some of the best and most well-known Pre-PA educators we could find to ensure you are successful.
How long will the course take to complete?
We generally recommend the entire course be completed within a week to ensure you retain the information being presented, but as stated above, the lectures are designed to be presented at one's own pace.
How will my PA program know I completed the course?
We will send an official certificate to the PA program of your choice upon completion.
Why not enroll at a community college?
Enrolling at a Community College entails applying for admission to that college: transcripts, letters of recommendation, application fees, etc. THEN, once you do get enrolled, courses generally take an entire semester, up to 4 months. The entire purpose of you enrolling at the community college is to REFRESH your knowledge of Anatomy and Physiology as well as Medical Terminology? Wouldn't it just be easier to gain a similar wealth of knowledge at home on your own time?
How difficult is PA school, really?
PA school will be one of, if not THE, most difficult things you have ever done. It is common for PA school students to drop out of school or be placed on Academic probation due to being unprepared for the strenuous academic rigors that lie ahead. Our course ensures that you won't become a statistic.

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