Grad School Essays Occupational Therapy

Federal and various state laws are in place that preclude persons with criminal backgrounds from being in contact with children and patients.Where these laws apply, you will be required to undergo a criminal background check, which may include fingerprinting and a search of federal and state criminal databases. A felony conviction may affect a graduate's ability to sit for the NBCOT certification examination and/or attain state licensure.

However, I also think doing what you love is important.

If OT is something you love, and fulfills you then at the end of the day it should be worth it. It is worth it when at the end of the day as long as I can still meet my basic needs.

I think that you have very good credentials and I would think that your experience would be very highly valued. I did, and I'm sitting on the edge of my seat to hear back! Since CSU doesn't do interviews I no nothing about the program or the professors, etc other than what is on their website.

I have heard that CSU is mostly concerned with grades and scores, but I think that your work experiences could help put you over the edge. I'm put off by the "Human Disease/Conditions" test you have to pass once you are already admitted..is that about? I am also pretty unsure of that multiple choice test, but I can't turn down the acceptance because of the amount of money I would lose going out of state. Wow, those numbers are pretty disappointing if they're accurate. I have since decided to stick with what I have since that amount of debt was completely unacceptable to me and my family.

Wow, those numbers are pretty disappointing if they're accurate.

Sometimes info like this that is online or distributed in schools is outdated, based on what my experience has been talking to OT's in the field. I am in the process of applying to grad schools for OT for Fall of 09.Anybody already an OT and have any advice on what kind of debt is acceptable/ should be avoided, loan forgiveness programs, etc? Average student is able to work only 16 hours a week. Louis, MO--Hospitals ,000, Long-term care ,000, community setting ,000, school district ,000. Average monthly loan payment: 0 per month for 10 years, plus two years of tremendous stress.Just want to make sure I'm not making a huge financial mistake here. i have a bachelor's in business...i still get a masters in occupational therapy and if so which program do you recommend in the northeast region....there any online programs? This is prety much what I am making right now with no student loans. I was going for it simply for the diversity in employment opportunities and money as well. So, I just got accepted into the MOT program at SLU and am debating whether it is really worth it or not?I think that you have very good credentials and I would think that your experience would be very highly valued. I did, and I'm sitting on the edge of my seat to hear back!I have heard that CSU is mostly concerned with grades and scores, but I think that your work experiences could help put you over the edge. Hi All, I have been accepted into an OT program at a private school and, as OTGURu mentioned, the cost of the program is pretty off-putting.Here I am investing all my money into application fees to all of these schools to try and find one that will hurt my pocket in the smallest way possible..... Average student is able to work only 16 hours a week. Louis, MO--Hospitals ,000, Long-term care ,000, community setting ,000, school district ,000. Average monthly loan payment: 0 per month for 10 years, plus two years of tremendous stress.I am willing to work and have done so all through school, but moving out of town and out of state will proove to be a bit more costly. This is prety much what I am making right now with no student loans. I was going for it simply for the diversity in employment opportunities and money as well. I'm applying to the MSOT program at Colorado State.I know what population I would like to serve and it seems like OT would be my best route to do so.I guess it just ticks me off that people at my school are talking about getting stipends for a Ph D in psych upon getting their undergrad, or having the local hospital pay all of their tuition for getting a BSN.Most schools want a 3.0 at minnium, and my gre was only a 830.I do have other things like being a veteran, with my job i work with MS patients all day. Any thoughts, or what I could do to help my chances? Now I have to decide between CSU and Texas Women's University....

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