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  1. Hello! The cost depends quite a bit on your situation. We do have placements that may be anywhere in BC so you may have to move. I think in general it's around 17K
  2. Applied (all PT): McMaster, Queens, Manitoba, UBC Accepted: UBC (top choice) , Manitoba Waitlisted: McMaster (#51) Rejected: Queens GPA: cgpa - 80%, subgpa - 85% Perceived strengths: I think my strength was my previous experience. I worked as a personal trainer for 3 years prior to my applications. I also worked as a behavioural interventionist and as a activity coach for th a program part of the Special Olympics. Also worked as a personal trainer for a Mental Wellness program for a university. Feel free to ask questions!
  3. Hey! I'm attending UBC PT in September. I did a Bachelors of Science in Psychology. With this degree I had my pre-reqs mostly covered besides the anatomy and physiology. I ended up taking them at my local college after I had completed my degree. I would agree that the biggest part is the references. My understanding is that they can be from any faculty so the degree doesn't matter as much. For volunteering, there may be some at-home (remote) options that may be possible too so you could get started earlier if you want.
  4. I haven't heard anything either. I do have siblings that are doing their undergrad their and their classes are completely online till December. As for us, I have no idea :/ I'm assuming some labs may be online but that's just a guess.
  5. If anyone is number 1 on U of Manitobas PT program, I'm going to be turning down my acceptance either today or tomorrow!
  6. Does anyone know how seats are in McMasters PT program?
  7. Hey everyone! Did anyone get accepted to ubc and is planning to decline their acceptance after the new Ontario acceptances?
  8. Hello everyone! I was wondering if anyone has any tips on how to prepare for starting physiotherapy in September? I wasn't going to really study beforehand, but with all of this time I thought I might as well. Is there any good textbooks or topics that would be really useful besides muscle anatomy?
  9. Congrats! Are you OOP? Accepted my offer to U of Manitoba but I might stay in BC if it works out.
  10. I'm a PT student but I did interview with U of M. Honestly, I thought my interview went terribly but I ended up getting an offer anyways. You never know!
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