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What are some of the best Physical Therapy schools to apply?

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Alex’s Answer

Hello Chimeri,

As you embark on your journey some may say attending the top schools provide you the best but often times it is the amount of work you put in towards your passion. To answer your question, University of Delaware, University of Pittsburgh, University of Southern California, Washington University in St. Louis and Emory University are the Top 5 PT schools available.

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Hello Chimeri,

As you embark on your journey some may say attending the top schools provide you the best but often times it is the amount of work you put in towards your passion. To answer your question, University of Delaware, University of Pittsburgh, University of Southern California, Washington University in St. Louis and Emory University are the Top 5 PT schools available.

Alex recommends the following next steps:

Look at the Top PT Schools and find out if it is a right fit for you
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Haylee’s Answer

I am now in my second semester of physical therapy school and I love it! As I was touring schools, I found that I liked the smaller, more family-like schools the best. The professors at these smaller schools really care about your success as a professional in the physical therapy industry and they do not want you to fail. I have heard horror stories of bigger universities not caring about their students and just throwing them into clinical rotation without any basic knowledge or farewarnings. That being said, it does depend on what you are looking for in a school. I did not know that a smaller school was what I wanted until I started touring them, so I do highly suggest touring schools before making your final decision. It is also important to decide if you want to go to school in the state that you are living in, or somewhere else (keep in mind that obtaining a license in a state permits you to work only in that state). I live in Florida, and the top schools listed here are the University of Florida, University of Central Florida, and University of South Florida. I, however, go to Gannon University and I absolutely love the program here.
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