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  1. Hey guys, I was just wondering if a Facebook group was created yet or if anyone is going to create one, let me know! Thanks
  2. Hey, So from what I know, and people told me, for UOttawa, your grades are the one who are getting you the interview. Once the interview is done, they look at your CV, grades and interview result in order to decide if you get in or not. I can only talk from personal experience. I got into the programme this year. I studied engineering at uottawa and my sGPa was 3.7. I didn’t have any pt experience either and not that much volunteering compare to others. However, some of my COOP terms did involve exoskeleton work which related with pt. Each case is different and I had the same question as you before applying. However, the only way I got an answer was from applying. I’ll say take your chance! You’ll never know if you don’t try I hope that helps!
  3. Same for me! I was excited for a second. However, it does say that they updated the application today... Hopefully, it will be any time soon!!
  4. Hey guys, I was just wondering if any of you know if grades count even after the interview process for physio at Uottawa. I already had the interview, but I'm still finishing my semester which it is not going very well. I know the first round of acceptance is on May 17th and at Uottawa finals grades are posted at the latest May 14th. And my worry is that this last semester grades can change my acceptance to the program. My GPA is 3.7 right now. Thank you to anyone who responds!
  5. Hello everyone, I just got an invite for an interview for the physiotherapy programme at UOttawa! Since it is my first time doing MMI's, I was wondering if anyone has any tips on how to prepare for them. I did find some general questions online that I am planning to practice but is there any other info that I should know or other practice I can do? Thank you berry much in advance!
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