Let me start off by saying that I am extremely thankful to have gotten into two of my top choice PT programs. There was a time when I thought I wouldn't even get into one. I got into a PT program in November and had been planning on going to that one because the program I had an interview for in September put me on a waitlist. A few days ago I got off the waitlist and they gave me a scholarship for in state tuition. So now it is cheaper to go to that one! But the program I was originally planning to go to started in August so I thought I had a whole summer to prepare and relax after graduating from undergrad. The other program starts May 26th! Because of Covid a lot of the anatomy will be online and we will be going to in person classes in July. This means that we will have one month with the cadaver lab instead of the originally planned 2 months. The other school does the cadaver lab over two semesters and seems less rushed. Do you all think that the very intensive partially online anatomy could set me up for failure? I did well in anatomy in undergrad, but I know it is a lot more intensive in PT school.