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Individual Career Plan 1. My first career choice is to be a physical therapist 2.

My alternative career choice is to an obstetrician and gynecologist (OB/GYN) 3. A. I do believe that I have the ability to fulfill my dreams of being a physical

therapist. I know that I have to work really hard to get into a good college that provides the classes in need to be a physical therapist. Its always in the back of my mind that I in order to reach my dream that I have to keep my grades up, stay out of trouble, and always have a positive attitude about things. I absolutely love being around people, and with this career I will be around people all the time, and the fact that I get to help them get better makes everything that much better. B. I also believe that I have the ability to fulfill my secondary dreams of becoming

an obstetrician and gynecologist. Just like to become a physical therapist, I know that I have to keep my grades up to get into a good school. I love working and being around babies. The fact that I would get to be with the mother throughout much of the pregnancy is just an amazing thought to me. Being healthy and trying to keep other people has always been one of my main goals, that why I want to go into the medical field. 4. A. As a physical therapist I will get to do many things, one being; creating

individualized treatment programs for patients that help maintain, improve, and restore functions. Another is to examine patients and record findings which leads to identifying problems and determining a diagnosis. Use massage and tractions to relieve pain and improve function. Instructing patients and their families in treatment procedures to be

continued at home. Reviewing doctors' referrals and examining patients' medical histories. Recording treatment and progress in patients' charts. Receiving patient's consent to treatment. Testing and measuring patients' strength, posture, balance, muscle function, and range of motion. Treating with physical agents, such as hot and cold packs, electrical stimulation, and ultrasounds. Fitting and adjusting prosthetic and orthotic devices for patient. B. As an OB/GYN I would be doing things such as; meeting with female patients to

gather background information. Also I would be examining patients to find location of health problems, ordering lab tests to help make diagnoses. I would be counseling patients on preventive health measures, such as diet, hygiene, and exercise. Prescribing medication to patients, if necessary. Monitoring patients' health, and keeping records of their health. Referring patients to health care specialists when needed. Caring for women during pregnancy, birth, and after they have delivered their infants. Helping deliver babies, including performing cesarean sections. Writing chart notes, and filling out paperwork for government agencies or insurance companies. Assigning tasks to nurses and other health workers also. 5. A. Physical therapy: i. North Georgia College & State University ii. Emory University iii. Georgia State University iv. Augusta State University

B. OB/GYN v. Augusta State University vi. Emory University vii. Southern Illinois University viii. Medical College of Georgia 6. Addmision Requirements: a. Physical Therapy i. North Georgia College & State University 1. Be at least 16 years old on or before the registration date. 2. Have graduated from an accredited high school or a high school that is approved by the University.
3. Present credit for the following 17 (16 for students graduating before 2012) CPC (College-Preparatory Curriculum) units. (The University System of Georgia's Staying On Course publication provides a list of approved courses.):

4. English 4 units (Grammar, Literature, Advanced Composition)


5. Mathematics 4 units (Algebra I and II, Geometry, and a fourth year of advanced math or equivalent course that has these courses as prerequisites; note that Financial Algebra, Consumer Math and Business Math cannot be the additional mathematics course. Students who graduate 2012 or later should have Mathematics I (Algebra/Geometry/Statistics), Mathematics II (Geometry/Algebra

II/Statistics), Mathematics III (Advanced Algebra/Statistics) and Mathematics IV (Pre-Calculus-Trigonometry/Statistics). Mathematics IV can be substituted with one of the mathematics courses listed on the University System of Georgia's Staying On Course publication as long as that course uses Mathematics I, II and III as prerequisites. North Georgia will accept Mathematics I, Mathematics II, Mathematics Support III, and Mathematics III sequence for graduates of 2012 and 2013 only. 6. Science 4 units (at least one laboratory course from the life sciences and one laboratory course from the physical sciences. Students who graduated before 2012 must have 3 units of science. Graduates are encouraged to have at least one unit of biology; one unit of physical science or physics; one unit of chemistry, earth systems, or environmental science.) 7. Social Science 3 units (must include a unit focusing on U.S. studies and a unit focusing on world studies) 8. Foreign Language- 2 units of the same foreign language (2 units of American Sign Language may also be used to satisfy this requirement) 9. Have satisfactorily completed the Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT I) or the American College Test (ACT), and any other entrance examination required by the University, with an acceptable score. Minimum SAT requirements for regular admission are Math 440 and Critical Reading 480

Minimum ACT requirements for regular admission are Math 18 and English 20

10. Send all transcripts from any previously attended colleges. 11. Freshman applicants who have attended a college must also meet our transfer admission criteria. 12. ii. Georgia State University 1. Submit Undergraduate Application for Admission Online.
*We no longer offer a paper application or a printable PDF application. All applications must be submitted online. 2. Submit Non-Refundable Application Fee of $60.00 (by credit card or checking account system) or provide an approved Collegeboard, NACAC or ACT fee waiver. (For ACT waivers, speak with your high school guidance counselor. Fee waivers are only taken for prospective freshman applications.) If you are going to pay for your application with an approved fee waiver, you must follow these steps: Apply online and submit the completed application. Mail your original, approved fee waiver to: Office of Undergraduate Admissions Sparks Hall, Suite 200 P.O. Box 4009 Atlanta, GA 30302-4009

*Your application will not be reviewed for admission until we have received your complete and approved free waiver.

3. Submit Test Scores Electronically.


Applicants must submit SAT and/or ACT scores electronically. Submit SAT scores through Collegeboard. Submit ACT scores through ACT. Submit Official High School Transcripts. High schools must send transcripts through official mail or electronically through GAcollege411. A final official transcript must also be sent after graduation. Calculation of GPA is based on core academic classes only.

4. Check your admission status b. OB/GYN i. Augusta State University 1. Establish your account on GA College 411
Enter your account information exactly as instructed on the form. Write down your user name and password for future reference when re-entering the system.

2. Fill out your application


Once you have established your account, find "College Planning " and click on "Applications and Transcripts." From there you can choose Augusta State University. You can complete your application in any order and save your work and come back to it later even from a different computer!

Use the chart on the left side of the screen that displays the title to all of the individual page titles or use the "skip & jump to page" drop down menu. To save what you've done so far without exiting, click the "Save" button. If you need to save and finish the application at a later date, click "Save" and then "log off" To access your application to continue work on it, return to the application menu, select the application, and enter your user name and password when prompted.

3. Make corrections to your data


Log on to GACollege411 and select "Applications and Transcripts" and select any previous application that has not been completed and sent. From this page select the application you would like to make changes to and highlight it.

4. Save and send your applications


Check your application carefully. When you are satisfied with it and are ready to send it to the school, click "Submit your completed application" at the bottom left of any page. This saves your data in its final form and takes you to the payment page where you pay your application fee online. Your application is not sent to the school until the application fee is paid and authorized (step 5).

5. Pay your application fee online

On the payment page, you can pay your application fee by debit/credit card or electronic check. Fill in all appropriate information. Click the "Submit payment" button. Security Information: Your payment information is encrypted during transmission from your browser to our server and during payment authorization. None of your debit/credit card information is stored in our database. ii. Emory University

1. Complete the Common Application Supplement:


To begin the application process, we strongly encourage you first to complete and submit Emory University's Common Application supplement. The supplement contains important information regarding application options and deadlines.

2. Complete the Common Application:


Once you have submitted the supplement, you are ready to begin the Common Application.

3. Application Fee
$50 application fee required of all applicants If you are applying to Emory College & Oxford College you will only pay one application fee for both divisions. Pay online through Common Application by credit card or mail a check or money order payable to Oxford College of Emory University. When

submitting a personal check or money order, please write the applicant's name and birth date in the note section. Fee Waivers will be accepted from your high school counselor.

4. Transcripts, including:
All high schools attended All colleges attended

5. SAT or ACT Scores


Scores may be reported by the high school or testing service SAT School-code - 5186 ACT School-code - 0851 SAT II's are not required unless you are home schooled

6. Required Recommendation(s)
A guidance counselor recommendation is required. Counselors must complete the Common Application Secondary School Report Form. Two teacher recommendations are also required. Teachers may write a letter or complete the Common Application Teacher Evaluation.

7. Permanent Resident Cards 7. Locations a. North Georgia College & State University i. Dahlonega, GA b. Emory University i. Atlanta, GA c. Georgia State University

i. Atlanta, GA d. Augusta State University i. Augusta, GA e. Agnes Scott College i. Decatur, GA f. Medical College of Georgia i. Augusta, GA 8. Financial a. Agnes Scott College i. $43,691 (yearly) b. North Georgia College & State University i. 3,708 (12 hours +) c. Augusta State University i. 2,811 (15 hours) 9. Employment Outlook a. Physical Therapy i. Annual Openings-147 b. OB/GYN i. Annual Openings-40 10. Special skills, training, or certifications needed a. Social Skills

b. Certifications: Medical office procedures, massages, physical therapy, anatomy, kinesiology, billing and coding. c. Training: basic medical science, biomechanics, neuroanatomy, pathology, rehabilitative procedures. 11. If I major in Biology like I plan to do, that would prepare me for being a doctor, medical researcher, environmentalist, meteorologist, or an educator. 12. Graduation test: a. Math b. Science c. English 13. SAT/ACT a. SAT: 1350 b. ACT: 18