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Are my stats good for PT schools in Canada?

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Hi everyone, 

This is my second time applying to physical therapy. I went back to upgrade my marks.

My cgpa is 3.09

My last 20 courses is 3.69

I have an academic and clinical reference. I volunteered at the hospital specifically at the knee replacement department and worked with PTs, at a clinic and at erinoakkids center for rehabilitation. 

I am thinking of applying to western, queens, McMaster, Toronto.

Are there any schools I should be applying to but left out and are good to get in with my stats?

Any help would be appreciated.

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Unfortunately, all the schools you listed except Queen's had cut offs last year above an sGPA = 3.80. Last year Queen's cut-off was 3.68 so it is possible that you will meet the Queen's cut-off this year. However, I don't know much about out-of province schools so you should also research them (especially if you are from the province the school is in).

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23 hours ago, PT_93 said:

Unfortunately, all the schools you listed except Queen's had cut offs last year above an sGPA = 3.80. Last year Queen's cut-off was 3.68 so it is possible that you will meet the Queen's cut-off this year. However, I don't know much about out-of province schools so you should also research them (especially if you are from the province the school is in).

Queen’s cut-off usually creeps up .02-.03 per year too. I think out of province competition is usually around 3.78+ sGPA bc of limited spots for out of province students. 

 

To the OP: I wouldn’t waste your time and money applying to Western/Mac/UofT bc as PT_93 said their cut-offs are over 3.8 sGPA. Queen’s is possible if their cut-off doesn’t increase too much this year. If physical therapy is your passion you may want to consider applying abroad as well. 

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