Everyone in our class has their rotations in a different order and at different local locations. All the rotations should be within 1 hour radius of Albany because we come back for "call-back days" with our clinical coordinators and to see our classmates. We will present on the things we saw, new clinical therapies, procedures, and any questions. On these days we will have end of rotation exams as well. The exam will pertain to whatever rotation we were at. By the end of rotations our grades are majorly determined by our preceptor but also by our end of rotation exams. From what I have heard, AMC does a great job at monitoring us during our rotation year. Since we have to stay local, we can always manage any issues or changes with our preceptors during our clinical year.
Its still hard to believe how fast PA school has gone by. My whole academic career has been build up to PA school and then build up to clinical rotations. Now that time is only a few months away, and we be PA-C's before we know it!