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  1. Hey everyone! I am a first year physical therapy student. I am offering application reviews and revisions to those that feel they may need it! I gained acceptance to Toronto, Queens and Western. If you are interested, you can click the attached link to the Kijiji advertisement page. https://www.kijiji.ca/v-view-details.html?adId=1471480669 If you have any general questions about the program/application process feel free to leave a question. I know these next few months are a stressful time for everyone but just do your best and the rest will take care of itself.
  2. I received mine a few days after being accepted (I believe May 20th) They sent an offer letter, with a few other sheets along with the form (it was a large white envelope with university of toronto logo in the top corner).
  3. Doesn't even get looked at for UofT CAP invite. If you don't bomb the Casper, you're almost guaranteed for a CAP invite. Don't need to have too much experience to do well on the CAP (but it helps). Should just know the scope of physiotherapy, what would make you a good physio/why you want the profession. Overall your GPA will be 60% of your admission score, and the 40% from the CAP. Reach out if you have any questions.
  4. 173 were placed on the waitlist (via the waitlist email). 75 spots are available to students. So Im wondering if some of the top 300 were outright rejected. Unless they offered 127 students expecting only 75 to accept (seems a little high however).
  5. Is there any websites/resources that are good to find student housing in the toronto area?
  6. I just spoke to a graduating student this year, she really enjoyed the program and her placements.
  7. Speaking to a MScPT student from last year (while on tour after the CAP), they said you send in a list of ten. Then they do the same trying to place you within your ten.
  8. Just curious as to when a Facebook group is made for all the incoming UofT PT students
  9. Applied: Western, Queens, Toronto (PT)Accepted: Toronto, Western, QueensWaitlisted: Rejected:GPA: c-gpa: yikes sub-gpa: 3.92Perceived strength of essays/interviews/references: 300 hours in private clinics, 500 hours in research settings, 200 hours in hospitals, 100 hours in outpatient program, 75 hours in community programs, 25 hours in public health promotion, multiple school athletic teams, publication, multiple school awards+scholarships. To the people that did not receive an offer this year, keep your head up. You can only be denied so long, persistence will pay off.
  10. Accepted to UofT (offer on ORPAS). Yaaaaaaaassss. Good luck everyone!
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