You’ve answered the questions in the 5w’s and a How article. Now you’re ready to get your hands dirty. Time to fine tune and execute! Create a detailed budget. The journey is not cheap. You must have a clear picture of the costs involved, especially if you’re a single parent. Once you have created a … Continue reading Plan & Execute
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Congratulations on submitting your CASPA application! The next checkpoint on your journey is to prepare for your PA school interview. The overwhelming amount of resources available to you may leave you wondering where to start? You have come to the right place to seek solid advice from experts. Dr. Pamela Jaffey has been interviewing students for … Continue reading Inside Scoop from PA School Interviewers
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Budget, a cringe-worthy word that often reminds us of just how broke we truly are. But we shouldn’t feel this way, budgets are an insightful breakdown of our money habits. It shows us how we have been spending, what areas need to be decreased/increased and if we should be saving more. With a budget, you … Continue reading Let’s Talk Some More About Money
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