Gain more hours or reuse current hours for reapplication?

Discussion in 'Physical Therapy' started by Infinity_21, Apr 17, 2018.

  1. Infinity_21

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    After realising that I'm not getting into PT for this year, I am reapplying for the next cycle. I am already working on improving my GRE score. The question is should I just use the hours I accumulated already from the past year which is over 200 hours of both outpatient and inpatient hours. Also, reusing letters of recommendation. It's been over a year since I've done hours for observation as well as spoke with the PT's I was under. Any advice is appreciated. My GPA is currently 3.44. And I plan on volunteering for any events I can find that will aid in my new application.
     
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  3. amlope03

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    To answer your question, yes you can reuse the hours from the past year and you should probably try to add more for this year. I would also recommend getting new letters.

    Note: this should be posted in the pre-physical therapy section.
     
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