Dec 20, 2019
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DPT / OTD
I know the university isn’t allowed to say how many students are on the waitlist but does anyone happen to have an idea?
 
Nov 7, 2019
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DPT / OTD
I know the university isn’t allowed to say how many students are on the waitlist but does anyone happen to have an idea?
I know about 5 people personally who are on the waitlist. I know it’s not helpful but It seems like they waitlisted everyone who interviewed and was not accepted
 
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Aug 15, 2019
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Pre-Physical Therapy
I know the university isn’t allowed to say how many students are on the waitlist but does anyone happen to have an idea?
Well they interviewed anywhere between 150 to 200 students, so there’s easily going to be over 100 people on the waitlist
 
Nov 7, 2019
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DPT / OTD
I was rejected? Kinda strange as I was admitted to other programs. I am going to call and see why I was rejected after an interview.
 
Dec 20, 2019
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DPT / OTD
I was rejected? Kinda strange as I was admitted to other programs. I am going to call and see why I was rejected after an interview.
I’d definitely call and find out why. What programs did you get into if you don’t mind me asking
 
Nov 7, 2019
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DPT / OTD
I’d definitely call and find out why. What programs did you get into if you don’t mind me asking
unfortunately, they are not letting me speak to anyone until March??? I got into Widener and UMB. I just placed a deposit at Widener. I just think it is crazy that I was not even waitlisted? However, my friend in OT was rejected to temple and then they asked her to come interview so it seems as though they are disorganized.
 
Nov 7, 2019
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I received an email today that the rejection they sent yesterday was an error and that I was waitlisted
 
Jan 4, 2019
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Has anyone started looking for housing?
I went to Temple for my masters program, and a lot of us who weren’t commuting, lived in Manayunk. The housing is pretty affordable (whether you live by yourself or with others) and the commute isn’t bad. It’s like a 15 minute drive to campus or you can take the train in. Plus there are good eateries in the area and night life is good.

I lived on campus my first year of that grad program and didn’t like it as much.
 
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Dec 14, 2019
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Pre-Physical Therapy
I went to Temple for my masters program, and a lot of us who weren’t commuting, lived in Manayunk. The housing is pretty affordable (whether you live by yourself or with others) and the commute isn’t bad. It’s like a 15 minute drive to campus or you can take the train in. Plus there are good eateries in the area and night life is good.

I lived on campus my first year of that grad program and didn’t like it as much.
Cool! Any suggestions on apartments?
 
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