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As we finish up the last few weeks of our core curriculum in the Physical Therapist Assistant program at Oakton Community College in Des Plaines, Illinois, we look back at all the challenges and accomplishments that we have faced over the past two years.

And while these past two years have flown by, we reflect on things that we learned and things that we wish we would have known before starting physical therapy assistant school.

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