If it's strictly in regards to graduating, paying off loans, and working more years and retiring at 65? Then you answered your own question: as early as possibleYea i agree with all of you, I was just thinking in regards to graduating, paying off loans, and seeing the fruits of your labor
I agree with your first sentiment.The best time to start is when you are ready. If you're 30, don't say, "I wish I had started sooner." It's too late for that.
I'm 20 and just finished my first quarter and I haven't had any issues thus far. Most of the time I actually feel like I have a leg up on some of my older classmates. If you can get into a competitive program you're probably old enough in my opinion, theres no specific right agewhat do you guys think is the ideal age to start pt school?