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Kyoji83 07-05-2017 09:36 PM

Sometime it is a blessing in disguised. If one day you see a PCP drop out, do donate some money or help him/her if you can.


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Originally Posted by teozyj (Post 107869245)
Thanks for the sharing Kyoji83! Holding on to the terms and conditions of sponsorship while studying in an intense course sure is risky and stressful. Lucky i did save up enough for my uni in SG but a pity could not get in :s22:


teozyj 08-05-2017 11:59 PM

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Originally Posted by Kyoji83 (Post 107869810)
Sometime it is a blessing in disguised. If one day you see a PCP drop out, do donate some money or help him/her if you can.

Hopefully they will survive to see the light at the end of the tunnel. I could barely save myself :s13:

wtfman93 24-05-2017 01:32 PM

Has anyone been rejected and planning to appeal?

kitsura 24-05-2017 03:18 PM

Btw min for Western countries like Australia and US to practise as clinician is Masters for OT PT so if you are not planning to study until that level don't take up the Bachelor course.

wtfman93 24-05-2017 08:59 PM

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Originally Posted by kitsura (Post 108210674)
Btw min for Western countries like Australia and US to practise as clinician is Masters for OT PT so if you are not planning to study until that level don't take up the Bachelor course.

Yes true. PT is australia is very recognised and on par with medicine.

zkillers 24-05-2017 10:57 PM

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Originally Posted by kitsura (Post 108210674)
Btw min for Western countries like Australia and US to practise as clinician is Masters for OT PT so if you are not planning to study until that level don't take up the Bachelor course.

What do you mean clinician? To be a physiotherapist in Australia, you'll need a Bachelor's degree in physiotherapy. However, to progress your career into Clinical Specialist/ Researcher/ Education/ Management, you'll definitely need to upgrade yourself. It is the same as Singapore as NYP no longer conducts diploma programs in PT/ OT/ RG/ RT

This applies to all healthcare occupations. To be an APN, a nurse will have to have Masters in Nursing.

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Originally Posted by wtfman93 (Post 108217139)
Yes true. PT is australia is very recognised and on par with medicine.

Generally, everyone in the healthcare team are recognised as they have their role to play in the healthcare system. In Australia, nurses and doctors have the same basic pay.

teozyj 25-05-2017 12:29 AM

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Originally Posted by wtfman93 (Post 108208374)
Has anyone been rejected and planning to appeal?

I do see people saying the chances are close to 0 for appealing if you did not get an interview at all. And i believe the intake should already be full now due to the popular response this course is generating. Anyone can clarify this? But still there is no harm in trying to appeal too.

wtfman93 26-05-2017 02:01 PM

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Originally Posted by teozyj (Post 108220886)
I do see people saying the chances are close to 0 for appealing if you did not get an interview at all. And i believe the intake should already be full now due to the popular response this course is generating. Anyone can clarify this? But still there is no harm in trying to appeal too.

I think the appeal button is only available for those who went for interview before. It is true that people who didn't go for interview has 0 chance because they did not even meet the initial requirement. I believe for every admission, they will leave out some open slots for appeal cases, as well as those who reject the course will open up more slots.

teozyj 26-05-2017 09:47 PM

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Originally Posted by wtfman93 (Post 108250643)
I think the appeal button is only available for those who went for interview before. It is true that people who didn't go for interview has 0 chance because they did not even meet the initial requirement. I believe for every admission, they will leave out some open slots for appeal cases, as well as those who reject the course will open up more slots.

The appeal function is available for those who got rejected and did not went for any interview i just checked. I think no harm giving it a try than to face the regret of not trying later on :s13: are you from a related course?

pywr17 27-05-2017 04:17 AM

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Originally Posted by teozyj (Post 108220886)
I do see people saying the chances are close to 0 for appealing if you did not get an interview at all. And i believe the intake should already be full now due to the popular response this course is generating. Anyone can clarify this? But still there is no harm in trying to appeal too.

Yup, there is no harm in appealing. You can always try it, there may be extra vacancies, when someone rejected it..

Ms Black 11-09-2018 02:23 PM

Anyone in the WSG PCP physiotherapy ? I thinking of doing a mid career switch next yr. Thinking to register for physiotherapy course next yr.

Hope to gt some advise from those who r in. Thanks.


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