How To Get Into OT School: Everything You Need To Know
The “How To Get Into OT School” Guide
Length: 66 pages
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If you know you want to be an occupational therapist but the OT school application process has you feeling overwhelmed, then this guide is for you!
OT school is getting more and more competitive every year. There are a lot of highly qualified candidates from all over the country fighting for a select number of spots. Often there are hundreds of applicants for only 30-40 openings in an OT program.
With all the competition and quality candidates you’re going up against, it’s harder than ever to stand out from the crowd. To get into OT school, you need to do everything you can to make your application as strong as possible.
But it’s hard to know what to focus on that will help you the most. Do you need more shadowing hours? Do you need to improve your GPA? Is your GRE score good enough? Are you doing OTCAS right?
There are so many things to think about and begin planning early in the process that it helps to have someone who has been through it all to guide you through the process. It’s something I wish I had when I was applying to OT school.
And that’s exactly why I wrote this guide.
In it, you’ll find everything that I learned in the process of getting into OT school and you’ll find all the best tips I picked up over the years talking to dozens of successful OTs and students.
The guide goes in depth for every aspect of your application, and it helps you understand what you need to know and what you need to do to make yourself the strongest candidate you can be.
11 Topics Covered in Depth
1. The Years and Months Before Applying
2. Master’s (MOT) vs. Doctorate (OTD)
3. What to Consider When Researching OT Programs
4. Getting Your Observation Hours
5. Acing the GRE
6. Write an Awesome Personal Statement
7. Letters of Recommendation
8. Using OTCAS to Submit Your Applications
9. Acing Your OT School Interviews
10. Paying for OT School
11. If You Didn’t Get Accepted
This guide is a compilation of everything I’ve learned and all the information I’ve gathered over the years when it comes to getting into OT school.
It is the best resource that I know of for helping prospective students like you get into OT school. I truly believe it’s an amazing resource and I know you will find it super helpful.
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1-on-1 Coaching is Available Too
If you are the type of person that likes to have someone to talk it over with, you can sign up for a 1-on-1 coaching call with me, the founder of My OT Spot. We can talk in detail about your personal situation and figure out the best ways to strengthen your application and improve your odds for getting into the program of your choice.
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