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Hi there! I'm looking for courses to upgrade my GPA in case I don't get off a PT waitlist this year. 1. My undergrad university doesn't have the best selection of late summer courses, so I'd like to hear about Athabasca courses you'd recommend or that at least weren't a terrible experience! There's a bunch that interest me but I've heard mixed reviews about Athabasca in general, like just having to study a whole textbook on your own, lack of academic support from your tutor, etc. 2. Does it really matter what courses I take to upgrade? I know some PT schools want your upgrading courses to be 3000-4000 level, but if ORPAS does the calculation, will each PT school even see what courses you took? (Although we do have to send a transcript to each university, so...) 3. Can you take courses on Athabasca that you essentially already took at your undergrad uni? For example, taking undergrad stats at your uni and then taking Athabasca stats - because you already know the content. If you're allowed to retake courses, I don't see why you couldn't do this...I just don't know if that'd be seen as trying to be sneaky. Thanks in advance!
Hey, has anyone taken this course? Can you finish this 6 credit course in three months? I've completed a 6 credit UBC course in 6 weeks once, but it was in-person and not online. How hard is it to get an A/A+ at AU/in this class? Are they first / second year difficulty? Is the most difficult aspect the volume of information? I have a strong physiology background. I have never done an online course before. I've read mixed reviews about AU in that it was too much material for midterms and the online help wasnt sufficient? Please reply, deadline to register is Aug 10.