In an article from Ketchum Magazine, Moena Dean, graduating from SCCO this spring, explains how she successfully completed her term as a student. And not just any student! Moena gave birth to a son and daughter while she was an optometry student and still performed academically well enough […]
For optometry applicants, taking the OAT is inherently stressful. It just is. Even so, for some OAT test takers, there is excessive and unnecessary self-inflicted anxiety that can be avoided.
This article will explain what you can do before and during the OAT to help deal with the anxiety inherent in test taking.
Welcome to the SCCO Admissions Blog! The best way to explore the information hosted here is to use the navigation tabs in the bar on the top of this page: Admissions and Applying tabs list articles on everything you should know about being an applicant to optometry school; […]
Tips for successfully taking the OAT!
Newly available are OAT practice tests, electronic versions put out by the agency who administers the OAT.
Ketchum University’s Southern California College of Optometry holds a unique distinction that speaks to its commitment to advancing the profession nationwide: It leads all optometry schools in the nation in the size of its residency program, offering 50 residency positions in 23 programs across six states. The majority of programs are offered in California, but there are affiliated programs in Washington, Arizona, Nevada, New Mexico and Utah as well.
Being part of a pre-optometry club is a great way to get plugged into your future profession, learn about the various optometry educational programs, and learn about how to make yourself a competitive applicant. Pre-optometry clubs attract students who are not familiar with optometry. There’s wisdom in the movie line, […]