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No longer excited

May 19 2011
I am no longer excited. I turned in my application and they are telling me that my course doesn't count b/c it is more than 7 years old.  I am so sick of my life being so complicated.  Itseems like everything in my life has to be hard. Why can't something go right for a change?  so frustrated right now.

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written by njenkinspa, May 19, 2011
Try not to get so upset over the situation. You took the first steps to going back to school to get a better start in life! I work in physical therapy and it was the best thing i could have ever done for myself! Go back and try live the dream! smilies/grin.gif
Nikki Dr Physical Therapy

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written by tonyaraz, May 19, 2011
I talked to the head of the department back in February and she said it would count. Now they are telling me it doesn't. Just irritated that I keep getting my hopes up and stuff like this happens. I want to be a PT but I just can't seem to get above 1000 on the GRE. My grades are good. Just darned GRE is getting me. Thanks! Where do you practice? State?

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