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  1. If you do a quick indeed search you’ll see it is a lot of contract and part time work, and most of it is in private practice (MVA). Most full time jobs require 2-3 years of experience, especially ones at hospitals. You can’t really be picky at all as a new grad. A lot of the grads from last year are working multiple jobs or non-clinical roles. This is at least the case in Toronto.
  2. Unfortunately all of this is true. I’m currently at UofT St. George for OT. There are a lot of details that this person wouldn’t know given they were just on the waitlist. There are so many wrong things going on and I’m glad they’re being brought to the surface. This program isn’t what it’s made out to be and students deserve to know what they’re getting into. I’m sure there are problems going on at other schools as well. I wish everyone was as open to discussing this. Also, UofT rarely accepts students off the waitlist as they tend to accept more than the maximum number of students thinking some will decline. So if any of the posts are just trying to scare off potential applicants, it’s a futile effort.
  3. For those who are waitlisted for UofT OT, did your email indicate your position on the waitlist?
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