Hi it sounds like you've "cooked" the engine lost all water and blown headgasket unfortunatly this will be a very expensive repair and depending on the amount of damage to the top end COULD mean a replacement engine chris
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Is there any white smoke? Could be your valve stem seals. But the Toyota Corolla in this year's is known for burning oil. If you are having to add more than 1 quart per month. You may have a problem. Check for the obvious. Milky oil. Idle it to op temp and smell exhaust for burnt oil smell. Hit the gas...see any white smoke? Open your radiator cap after running and smell for exhaust... If all is well then you have a normal running toyota corolla. These cars are champs. They just tend to burn a Lil oil here and there.
vechicle could be burning oil.or look under hood for valve cover gasket leaks. oil leaking on hot engine and exhaust manifold will cause burn smell.check drive belt could be slipping.make sure brakes not dragging or if you replace brakes pads you will smell burn smell until new brake shoes or pads break in.
This actually sounds like your motor is not the problem it sounds as thougth your transmission is in need of work. if you have flushed your system also may look at your oil pump system as the change in pitch of the road to climb hills may infact be pulling sludge against the sump tube screen and plugging the oil pump. these are the only two reasons I can see for this to happen if system only dose this when climbing a hill .
Is it a sweet smell or a burnt oil smell? If you are having fluctuation water temps then I would look into the cooling system. That would not explain running rough though. Check your plugs, wires coil pack and fuel pressure.
is the trans fluid level ok? check the color of the fluid, should be a nice cherry red color, and notice the smell of the fluid. if it smells burnt, or like the smell of burned brakes. if you have the bad smell, the clutches are burning, time to rebuild.