What You Should Know — Optometry Admissions and SCCO

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Student Lawrence Yu’s Blog: Fourth Year SCCO Clinical Rotations

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July 21, 2014 • Admissions

Fourth year rotations are indisputably the most exciting months in a young optometrists educational years — second only to Graduation Day — SCCO students are able to take hold of their education and customize their final year to fit their personal interests and professional goals. You are one step closer to being on your own,… Read More ›

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Student Lawrence Yu’s Blog: Fourth Year SCCO Clinical Rotations

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Fourth year rotations are indisputably the most exciting months in a young optometrists educational years — second only to Graduation Day — SCCO students are able to take hold of their education and customize their final year to fit their personal interests and professional goals. You are one step closer to being on your own,… Read More ›

Applying »

15 Reasons to Date an Optometrist: Great Personal Essay Material!

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Just for fun, I couldn’t resist posting this! Here’s an article from eHarmony.com about why it’s a good idea to date an optometrist. I’ll admit a bias about the truth to these reasons because I am an optometrist, but really, this is practical and valid information! Here’s what eHarmony says about optometrists: “They are the wonderful professionals… Read More ›

OAT »

OAT 2014 Exam Guide from ASCO

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This document is the official guide to policies for the Optometry Admission Test (OAT™)Program. It provides information about application and testing procedures, examination content and scoring. It’s a guide to help you understand the everything related to taking the OAT.  I recommend that you read it cover to cover.  Click here to access the link… Read More ›

The Interview »

Favorite Personal Essay and Interview Question: “What Will You Bring to the Table?”

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“What contribution do you hope to make to our optometry program and to the optometric profession?” is a question you will most likely to be asked during the application process. How do you answer a question like this? More importantly, why do admissions officers ask this question? What are they trying to find out? On… Read More ›

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“You’re Not in Kansas Anymore!” Jenn Cordell, Class of 2017

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by Jennifer Cordell,  Class of 2017 1st article in a series… Every applicant has an essay question that they absolutely loathe.  It’s a question that you see other kids answer with responses that are witty, emotional, and so well written that you know that anything you try to write will be immediately put to shame.  The essay question… Read More ›

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