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  1. If I had to guess I would assume that you have to have the final exam written by latest May 31st. Additionally, you want to ensure that the school has enough time to grade your exam and get your final transcript delivered by June 30th. I know that Athabasca recommends completing all course requirements 4-6 weeks before you need the final grade. I would just email Ottawa to confirm what they mean exactly!
  2. Last year they were released at midnight on the ORPAS website. Not sure if that was a mistake or not. The only thing posted on the ORPAS website was if you got accepted or not. It stayed blank if you were wait-listed or rejected. I got the email confirmation from the school around 7:30am.
  3. It's a very straight forward test. They just want to see mainly that you can think. Expect CASPer like/reasoning type of questions. Additionally, expect some personal questions. Would recommend going through your resume/experiences and highlighting what you learned from each of those experiences.
  4. Currently at U of T physio. I don't imagine they push the semester because they can shift the learning around. For example, we are currently learning the content for neurology and then when we are able to meet up again we will do a boot camp of the hands on skills. Thus, I think they will start in September and teach content that can be taught online and then catch up with hands on skills later in the year once you classes can resume on campus! Best of luck with the application!
  5. I made a facebook group for everyone who is going to the University of Toronto for Physiotherapy. I thought this would be a great way to get to know each other before classes start. Here is the link: https://www.facebook.com/groups/329297344407864/
  6. Hey everyone, Do you guys know which medical schools will allow you to leave your master's program early to go to medical school? I am currently enrolled in a professional master's degree and was planning on applying to medicine and leaving my program early. From the research that I have done, it looks like I can only apply to Ottawa and McMaster? Is this true?
  7. Hey, Do you guys know what medical schools I can apply to mid-way through my physiotherapy degree (year 1/2)? I am realizing that physiotherapy is not right for me and I am wishing to pursue medicine. Can I only apply to McMaster and Ottawa Medicine?
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