SCCO Optometry Admissions
Southern California College of Optometry admissions information
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WICHE Program Supplements Optometry School Tuition All Four Years! Are You Eligible to Apply?
Are you a resident of AK, AZ, CO, HI, MT, NV, NM, ND, UT, or WY and applying to optometry school? You may NOT know about WICHE! If not, read this article and learn how you can perhaps benefit from significant funds paid on your behalf toward optometry school tuition.
My Step-By-Step Method for OAT Success
This article was written by a young man, Paul Hill, who will be applying to optometry school in the upcoming admissions cycle. I asked him to write this article because of the terrific success he had taking the OAT. I've asked his permission to report that he scored a 390 in the Academic Average and a 400 in the Total Science sections. With such solid scores, of course I asked him if he would share his OAT preparation method.
Peer Advisor Blog Articles – Optometry Admissions Blog
To help students make the transition into professional grad school, MBKU has Peer Advisers who write for the Peer Adviser Blog. Here are articles written by each of four Peer Advisers about such topics as moving to the So Cal area, what it's like to be a 1st year student, and even about how to prepare your parents for grad school.
Changes to SCCO’s Pre-Requisite Requirements for the Upcoming Admissions Cycle
Trends in undergrad education prompted SCCO's administration to re-evaluate our pre-requisite requirements. The final outcome are the changes listed that will be made effective in time for the upcoming admissions cycle, and may affect your own timeline for when you would be eligible to apply. Check out this blog article and visit our website to see these six changes:
An Optometrist Saved My Vision!
During a recent interview day, I had a parent ask me an, unfortunately, somewhat typical question: "Will optometrists be one ay replaced by computers or artificial intelligence?" UGH! In the pre-article I wrote to introduce ASCO's latest blog article, I explain the response I did give to this well-meaning parent: