exercise science

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    Switch Undergrad Major?

    I am a sophomore student who recently changed majors to exercise science/pre-pt after realizing engineering was not something I was interested in. I originally chose to switch to exercise science because I could still graduate in 4 years and go on to PT school. Now however I am seeing the...
  2. Pre-PT Grind

    Pre-Physical Therapy: How to get in w/ a Low GPA - Ask away!

    Helping Pre-physical therapy students get inot PT school with a low GPA. ASK AWAY!!
  3. canadianatheart

    Masters of Athletic Training?

    I am currently working on my undergrad in Exercise Science. I have the opportunity to transfer into a 2-year Masters of Athletic Training program. If I graduated from this program, I would not graduate with a Bachelor's degree but I would only have a Master's degree in Athletic Training. I am...
  4. P

    Unsure about PT, Optometry, Pharmacy, or Other

    I am a sophomore and have recently switched from Biology to Pre-Physical Therapy. Despite my decent grades (As-B+s), I feared my upper level Biology classes, as I thought I didn't have much interest in most of them, and didn't want a bad GPA. I was especially affected by my Genetics lecture and...
  5. E

    What are my chances of getting into grad school?

    This spring I will be graduating with two bachelors degrees one in exercise science the other in health care administration. I currently have a 3.08 gpa and expect it to be at about a 3.1 by the end of the semester. I was considering graduate programs in either DPT, OT or masters in public...
  6. O

    Receiving GRE scores. (how long?)

    Hi everyone, I just wanted to quickly ask about how long it usually takes to receive GRE scores after taking the exam. I'm thinking about pushing back my testing date, but would like to get some insight about how long it might take to receive the scores before doing so. I don't want to receive...
  7. B

    Aspiring Physician Assistant with Low GPA (exercise science degree)

    Hello Everyone, I have read an incredible amount of threads and posts about people from different backgrounds seeking advice on getting accepted into PA school. Unfortunately, I have not seen any threads in regards to Ex Sci students in particular seeking to get into PA school but with low...
  8. B

    Advice: Aspiring Physicians Assistant|Exercise Science Degree but Low Grades

    Hello Everyone, I have read an incredible amount of threads and posts about people from different backgrounds seeking advice on getting accepted into PA school. Unfortunately, I have not seen any threads in regards to Ex Sci students in particular seeking to get into PA school but with low...
  9. G

    PA and exercise science

    Hi everyone. I'm an Exercise Science major set to graduate this June. I was thinking about pursuing a PA program post graduation and I'm doing everything I can to learn about the admission process and the business itself. I know they like to see (or even require) medical/clinical experience on...
  10. J

    Need advice!! PT or ex phys

    Hello everyone, Always thought I wanted to do PT, however looking at tuition costs, it doesn't seem sensible. 100k+ is like buying a house, and with cut reimbursements as well as other factors, idk if it is worth it. I am a junior exercise science undergrad, and could pursue clinical ex phys...
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    General Admissions & OTCAS Worried Undergrad needing reassurance

    Hey guys! I am a sophomore exercise science major at slippery rock university and I am looking into OT schools. I am looking into applying to Chatham, Pitt, Toledo, and Ohio State when that time comes (I know its still a little far off). Currently my GPA is a 3.7 . Sophomore year tends to be the...
  12. K

    Kinesiology or Biochemistry for Pre-Physiatry?

    Hello you guys! I'm relatively new to this form so please bear with me :bear: I am a Freshman at my university and I am a Kinesiology major. I was originally pre-Physical therapy, but after some soul searching I believe my true passion lies in becoming a physician, specifically PM&R. I am unsure...