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  1. Sorry! Yeah I’m not sure about that haha
  2. I’ve been skimming through older posts and it looks like they’ve consistently sent the emails out to apply for the scholarship roughly 3 weeks before they send out official offers
  3. I’m wondering the same thing...
  4. Got an email this morning from Kathy about a scholarship for incoming PT students. I’m not sure what it means... I’m trying not to get my hopes up! Anyone else receive this?
  5. Applied + (PT or OT?): Queens, Western, McMaster, Dalhousie, UBC (PT)Accepted:Waitlisted:Rejected: UBCGPA: sgpa 3.80/4.0, 3.86/4.3 Perceived strength of essays/interviews/references: Currently working in a multidisciplinary clinic as a kin for the past 1.5 years. Worked with multiple populations including musculoskeletal, cognitive and mental disorders and disabilities. Worked as a server/bartender for 7 years, so I love working with people and social interactions - definitely helped in developing soft skills. Volunteered with a number of programs like cardiac rehab, fitness classes at a nursing home and working with children with special needs. References were good. One from a professor that I've had for 2 years and is currently the head of his department within the university, the other is a co-owner of the clinic that I'm currently working at who acts as a mentor and supervisor with programs that involve mostly musculoskeletal disorders. I thought essays were generally good, some grammatical errors. I focused on what I've learned so far and how my experiences improve my abilities as a clinician. Emphasis on how much more there is to learn and what goals I have moving forward in the healthcare field.
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