Anonymous asked in Business & FinanceCareers & EmploymentHealth Care · 6 years ago

Does going to a lesser known state school for undegrad hurt the chances of getting into prestigious OT programs?

I'm considering transferring to CSU Channel Islands and this is a concern of mine.

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    6 years ago
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    Many, many OT program applicants come from state schools. If you want to make an impression, develop a great resume with a high GPA, good test scores, and a variety of volunteer/observation/work experiences in health care and human service areas. The school you went to is less a factor than you may think.

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