Hello. I have been reading your posts for about a year now and I have learned a lot from you. I am an undergrad with 3 semesters left until graduation. I have good grades and will more than likely get into a physical therapy program but I feel like those grades don’t really reflect my knowledge. I guess my question is in what ways can I prepare myself for physical therapy school? Will studying anatomy and physiology a bit each day prepare me? Just how much physics material will I need to know?

As long as you fulfill the pre-requisites that the school wants you to take, you should be prepared for PT school. If you take the physics classes as your pre-req’s it will be enough. Studying anatomy is great because it’s one of the most important aspects of PT, but that is probably also a pre-req,… Continue reading Hello. I have been reading your posts for about a year now and I have learned a lot from you. I am an undergrad with 3 semesters left until graduation. I have good grades and will more than likely get into a physical therapy program but I feel like those grades don’t really reflect my knowledge. I guess my question is in what ways can I prepare myself for physical therapy school? Will studying anatomy and physiology a bit each day prepare me? Just how much physics material will I need to know?