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  1. I'm in the same exact boat right now. I'm seriously considering both options, and don't know what route to choose if I get into both options. Can anyone who was accepted and was in the same position provide some guidance?
  2. I got the email as well
  3. This is so inspiring, thank you for sharing! Best of luck and congratulations on getting into one of the best schools in Canada!
  4. They were supplied (they make you use a pen only, not pencil). Good luck, you're going to do great!
  5. If you're doing it in-person, the writing stations aren't computer-based, you write out your answers on a piece of paper
  6. Were the questions more scenario-based, or ones that asked for your personal experiences? And I'm sure you did great, I wish you all the best!
  7. Yup McMaster OT MMI. I'll let you all know how it went
  8. I believe they start tomorrow at 8am until Saturday. I have mine tomorrow at 12:45!
  9. Thank you so much for this video, really needed this right now!!
  10. I think we find out in February through a verification report on ORPAS. Atleast that's how it's been done in the past
  11. Applied + (PT or OT?): PT (UofT, Western, Queens) and OT (McMaster, UofT, Queens)Accepted:Waitlisted:Rejected:GPA: cGPA: 3.7 3.55 sGPA: 3.88 3.85Perceived strength of essays/interviews/references: references- they were alright, interviews-god knows if I'll even get to this point, essays-working through them now
  12. Hi, I'm applying to PT at UofT, Queens and Western I was wondering how you guys planned out your personal statements. I'm in the process of writing them now, and I don't know if I should be professional or add a lot of personal pronouns and personal experiences. If anyone has tips on how to write the personal essays, that would be great! Thank you so much!!! Sidenote: You may not be able to fully answer this question, but I just wanted to ask how my GPA would be affected since I took 4 courses this semester (Fall 2018) but I also took one course in the summer. I was thinking they would just count that summer course with my Fall courses but I'm not 100% sure anymore.
  13. Thank you so much, so relieved right now!!!
  14. Hi guys, First of all, congratulations to everyone in the group, it's so motivating seeing everyone's passion for PT in this group! I'm planning on applying for PT this year and had a question about courses: Does anyone know if UofT PT requires students to only take third or fourth year courses in their final year? I heard that from a friend and it's freaking me out cause I took 2 second year courses this past winter and am thinking about taking one more second year course this semester. Thanks!
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