Unlike many others in the tri-state area, I’m lucky to have retained power and been relatively unaffected by Hurricane Sandy. However, millions of others have been affected, and you can see some of the damage in pictures taken by my friend Munier. As a health sciences student in New York City, my thoughts are especially… Continue reading Hurricane Sandy
As of last week, I officially made it through my first round of midterms! Having seven tests in two weeks was really draining, but overall I’m proud of how I did. For each class, I also now have a clearer idea of what I’m doing right, and which areas I need to improve. It’s been… Continue reading Post-Midterms Reflection
zebraenvy: Check out where PTs rank on Best Jobs in America 🙂
I ended up having the opportunity to choose between two schools and it was a great problem to have! I’ve written a bit about how to choose between schools before, but are there any glaring differences between the two schools that you’re deciding between?
I think this could work depending on how quickly your GRE scores come in, but my advice would be to ask PTCAS and ask the schools you’re applying to individually to see if this will work for them. Good luck!
Ever since I used to read the science-for-kids magazines that my parents ordered for me when I was little, I’ve been especially interested in dreams. This interest only deepened in college when I took a psychology course on sleeping and dreaming. So it’s been fascinating for me that since I started PT school five weeks… Continue reading Dreaming of Anatomy
nance-e: Why is October Awesome? Because it’s National Physical Therapy Month!