Evaluation is ongoing and takes the form of written tests, written clinical problems, performance of selected practical techniques, oral presentations of several assignments, and the submission and oral defence of a thesis.

By the end of each year the student must have an overall average of 60% on the written evaluations and 70% on oral evaluations where applicable. Failure to achieve these percentages in a single year will not prevent the student’s progress, as they will be given one opportunity to rewrite or perform the oral portion of these evaluations.

At the onset of most courses, a one hour written test is administered. The tests are designed to examine the student’s comprehension of the previous course material. There are usually eight questions on each test, of which two questions are from each

of the previous day’s work. A cumulative mark of 60% is required before advancing to the next year.

Where to find us

Toronto College of Otheopaty
1547 Hurontario St
Mississauga, ON, L5G 3H7

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Phone: (905) 272-1022

HandsOn Clinic

Osteopathy & Physiotherapy in Mississauga and Toronto