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  1. So I would be volunteering at ltc as a general volunteer or should I look for something that will ensure I work directly with the physio there? Because i don’t want to just volunteer in a social way only because that probably won’t help my application I think?
  2. Anyone here applying for next cycle unable to get any physio related volunteering? How am I supposed to get any clinic to accept me with COVID? I’ve reached out to over 50 clinics in my area and beyond and it’s either no thanks or we would but can’t because of Covid. I had one interview at a clinic and what’s funny they kept asking me about my physio experience....I’m thinking in my head like dude I’m here to get experience how am I supposed to get experience anywhere if every place wants experience to begin with??? Hospitals aren’t taking any volunteers.
  3. Not gonna lie, reading updates from people with 3.95+ sGPA is hilarious. Like of course you’re gonna accepted somewhere it’s guaranteed with those marks. Everyone knows that.
  4. What the hell? Maybe you did poorly in Casper? Maybe its your references (you said they were average at best, right?)? How does one not get in with a 3.85 anywhere in ON?
  5. I hate when schools pull stunts like this. If you prefer people with a full course load just say so in your website instead of keeping applicants in the dark and being secretive about it. It’s completely unnecessary and uncalled for to act like this.
  6. Lol if physio and ot schools only accept those with full course loads I am utterly screwed. I shouldn’t bother with applying then
  7. Yea you’re wrong. These services have people that sit down with you and ask you many questions for at least an hour. They ask about volunteering , and everything else that is relevant to the statement. Then they work with you to write up the statement. So the end product is completely based on your unique experiences.
  8. Do people indepndently write up their personal submission statement for Western and Queen's? Or are there companies, services, or individuals that you can pay to help you write it up? There are services like that for medical school so I'd imagine maybe there might be something like that for PT and OT.
  9. Thanks but I’m pretty sure the questions are not on the western website. I’m gonna check again. edit just checked it is there on western website for pt
  10. Hey peeps. Is it possible for me to know ahead of time the quesstions that Western Ot and PT AND Queen's PT ask in their application? Do these questions change year to year? If not Id really appreciate it if someone can share them with me as Id like to get started on them for the next cycle.
  11. I think this year was brutal due to the winter term classes of last year suddenly transitioning to online.....I bet many people cheated on exams and other assignments, thus the inflated grades. Personally several of my major exams for that term were 1) online, 2) Same time allowed, 3) No proctoring software was used. As you can imagine I know many people that got together on discord and other platforms to discuss answers....Some people just quick searched for the answers without studying for the exam at all. And they got away with it AND they did extremely well on those exams...the
  12. Do you know if the admission is more so based on sgpa and Casper to a lower extent? Or are both equally weighted?
  13. I assume this is for OT? Because for PT it’s a bit different as the cGPA cutoff is predetermined each year at 2.89/4.0 regardless of the applicant pool.
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