As you consider registering to take the USMLE Step 1 in 2020, you should learn all you can about the high-stakes exam. Check out our USMLE Step 1 snaphot.
PA students often have questions about the PANCE. That’s why we’ve put together this snapshot of the PANCE so you can get helpful answers to your questions.
Studying throughout medical school is a marathon, not a sprint. But what are the most effective study techniques for success? Allow me to share some tips.
Against the backdrop of a global pandemic, it can be challenging to stay focused, We hope these suggestions will help you stay motivated in medical school.
If the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting how you work or study from home, read this quick article to learn how to increase your productivity amid distractions.
The demand for the services of PAs continues to grow. Let’s explore the many reasons why students are increasingly becoming physician assistants.
The NCCPA uses a meticulous process for scoring the PANCE. Let’s study the PANCE scoring process to understand how the NCCPA determines the passing score.
When it comes to high-stakes exams like the PANCE, is passing enough? Let’s examine why passing the PANCE may not be enough to become a competent PA.
PAs are required to take the PANRE during the final two years of the certification maintenance cycle. Check out our summary of exam facts to know what to expect.
So you’ve made it through PA school and are just about ready to graduate. Now it’s time to get certified. Check out our summary of facts about the PANCE.