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    2014 Spring
  1. Thank you for your replies. All Canadian schools I’ve looked at require GREs - because it is so much more fun with just a pinch of bureaucracy. Definitely a PhD. Although, I know that most programmes require the students to acquire a Master degree as part of the PhD programme. However, that most psychology PhDs receive full funding is surprising to me. When I clicked my way through the profiles of PhD students, it seemed as if only a small minority is fully funded. Especially if there are on the social side of cognitive neuropsychology, and as I would be. Sorry, I should proba
  2. Hello, I am afraid this is going to be one of those “what are my chances” threads. It might seem a bit early to ask that question, considering that I will finish my undergrad in 2014, but I am European and have to – somehow – squeeze in the GREs at some point. Since I am German but study in the UK, that takes some planning and has to fit somewhere between internships etc. Right now, I am just not sure if it is worth the stress and money to take the GRE and apply to universities in the States/Canada. I guess I could get into some PhD programme but I really need funding, and that is ha
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