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Queens grad here. These guys were instrumental in the success of my friends and I who took their course. If you are serious about passing the exam, I wouldn’t hesitate! The boys know their stuff and know how to identify and rectify your weaknesses. If you consider the cost of the course versus the cost of taking the exam a second time, the PTDI course pays for itself. You’re paying for the peace of mind associated with knowing you’ve done all you can to prepare for the exam, and when the time comes, that you’ve left it all out on the field. After taking the exam, I felt a measure of calmness and resolution in that knowledge. I think y’all will too ! As a bonus, they make the material FUN! Thank you PTDI! You’re a credit to the profession! Much love!

Chris Button

Queen's University Class of 2018

I would like to extend a huge thanks to the entire PTDI team (Dom, Quincy, and Kash) for creating such a well-organized and informative preparation course. The instructors were all very engaging and helped simplify important concepts so that it’s easier to learn and retain. They were all very easy to approach and helped answer all questions in a timely manner. Their mock OSCE definitely simulates the atmosphere and pressures of the actual exam and they provide individualized feedback so you can identify areas you need to improve on. Once again big thanks to the entire PTDI team for such a fantastic course. I highly recommend taking this course for anyone looking to pass the exam.

 

 

Peter Wu

Queen's University Class of 2016

I’m a Queen’s physio grad. Took the 1 day October course in Kingston (about 3 weeks prior to the exam). Would highly recommend PTDI to prep for the clinical exam!! They had excellent practice stations and tips on how to optimize performance in stations! LOVED THE STUDY BOOK- was so well organized and saved me a ton of time trying to compile all of that info out of my own notes

 

Brooke Eveleigh

Queen's University Class of 2018