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Written by Jasmin Torres, Published on January 9, 2018

Congratulations, my friend, you’ve been accepted to an occupational therapy graduate program! You’ve conquered the first step in a long and rewarding journey of pursuing your dream job. All of the blood, sweat and tears that went into studying for the GREs, typing up personal statements and paying application fees has finally paid off. Whether it took you one application cycle or three, you certainly deserve to celebrate – which brings me to my first unofficial piece of advice for those of you recently accepted students.

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Topics:Grad Schoolmental healthot schoolschoolstresstime managementtips for occupational therapy students

Written by Sue Ram Grant Mitchell, Published on November 21, 2017

Practically no one feels the same level of OT school motivation by the end.

It can be so exciting to start a semester! New classes and new areas of interest. All shared together with your classmates who you have become so tight knit with. However, the motivation for OT school can dwindle as the semester goes on the assignments begin to pile up.

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Topics:Grad SchoolMOTmotivationMSOTot schoolOT school motivationOTDtime managementtips for occupational therapy students


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