PTA class aces national exam

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  HATTIESBURG – Instructors at the Forrest County Center of Pearl River Community College have been notified that 100 percent of the 2014 physical therapist assistant technology graduates passed the licensure exam on the first attempt.
  The national pass rate for the first attempt at the exam is 86 percent, according to the Federation of States Boards of Physical Therapy.
  One of the graduates did not take the test until 2015, delaying posting of the 2014 results for PRCC.
  The graduates are Heath Blount of Cleveland, Chelsea N. Breland of Sandy Hook, Jason Bridges of Prentiss, Joseph Bridges of Pearl, Elizabeth Catlett and Kaysee Hover, both of Hattiesburg; Aaron Chu of Pascagoula, Julia Garner and Chelsey McLendon, both of Columbia; Owen Grissom of Long Beach, Steven W. Mason of Soso, Cherish McClain of Mathison, Brandon Moss of Ocean Springs, Melanie M. Smith of Brookhaven and Raven Wilson of Tylertown.
  Dr. Patti Scuderi is program director assisted by instructor Karinna Lee.