How many hours does PA school require?
Most PA schools require applicants to have a minimum of 1,000 to 3,000 hours of direct (hands-on) patient care experience. Examples of preferred clinical experiences: Military medic or corpsman. Paramedic/EMT (waiting time not included in hours)
What is the average acceptance rate for PA school?
What GPA is required for physician assistant school?
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 PA Specialty makes the most money?
Do physician assistants make more than physical therapists?
According to payscale.com, their report says that the average salary of a physician assistant is $96,561. Also, from BLS reports that physical therapists earn $89,440 per year that is, $43.00 per hour.