Students, in the classroom, must have the ability to sit, stand, and/or walk, for up to 10 hours daily. In the clinical setting, students must have the ability to sit, stand or walk for at least eight hours daily—modified according to the schedule of the specific facility to which a student is assigned. In some settings, students must be able to push or pull up to 75 lbs. Students must have manual dexterity and be able to reach with hands and arms sometimes performing repetitive movements and be able to lift 20 lbs or more. In some situations, students may be required to climb ladders of varying heights in certain file areas. Students must also be able to stoop and bend in tight spaces.