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Hi, anyone did pcp diagnostic radiography ? How’s the workload like ? And the interview ? I want to apply next year but I think it’s better to find out more about it first
 

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Hi, anyone did pcp diagnostic radiography ? How’s the workload like ? And the interview ? I want to apply next year but I think it’s better to find out more about it first

Expect high workload as SIT cramps quite a lot in a trimester. Lots of reading is expected.

The interview is to find out if you are really suited for the course. I am not sure what the interview was about for this year during the lockdown.
 

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Yes. Not easy. You will have to put in some effort to get to know the profession. Beef up your credentials if possible.


My GPA in poly was pretty ****. But I have relevant working experience in healthcare sector also, just a different speciality. Became a clinic coordinator and organised some events. I have recommendation letter from a specialist also. Would that boost my chances ? Tbh my concern is mainly if I could even get an interview cuz my gpa is below 3
 

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My GPA in poly was pretty ****. But I have relevant working experience in healthcare sector also, just a different speciality. Became a clinic coordinator and organised some events. I have recommendation letter from a specialist also. Would that boost my chances ? Tbh my concern is mainly if I could even get an interview cuz my gpa is below 3

I do not know the specific requirements by the school. But the first criteria they usually look at is your GPA.
 
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