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  1. Hi, You may not get into USU's grad school, but you certainly can get into another grad school. Many schools look at students holistically and look at other factors (e.g., personal statement, GRE, volunteering within the field. Please do not count yourself out because you can't get into one school. I am an older student and it took years for me to get in after several attempts. You can do this!
  2. I got into grad school with an overall GPA of 3.5. Your 3.73 is great! Remember many schools look at the full package, not just GPA!
  3. Hi, I am currently a grad student in SLP at Mercy College. The interview is group interview with about 10 candidates. There is a writing sample. We were all asked what our hobbies were, and what drew us to Mercy's program. We were all asked an individual question. I remember my question being what drove me to the field of Speech-Language Pathology. Please feel free to pick my brain! LOL I will try to remember what I can as my interview was almost two years ago!
  4. Hi, Yes, I feel you should retake the A&P and Phonetics class. As for taking physics, that is to satisfy the requirements for ASHA to get licensure. I am not sure what the other class is in that you are being suggested to retake, but if you got below a B I would retake it. Do not give up! Look for grad schools that look at everything an applicant brings forth, not just his their GPA. Do some related volunteer work if you can.
  5. Mercy College has also closed due to the coronavirus. As of next Monday, we will have classes and midterms online. The following week is spring break. The school stated it will reassess the situation after spring break. I am not 100 percent sure what the school is going to do about missed clincial hours due to this pandemic.
  6. Your stats are better than mine and I am in grad school. ASHA only requires a C or better in physics or chemistry, human based biology, and statistics. For the GRE, try and score at least a 300...150 V and 150 Q with at least a 4.0 on the AW and you should be fine. if you come close, that is good as well because I scored 152 V, 141 Q and a 4.0 AW. Your stats are good. Just work on your personal statement and GRE scores...they last five years.
  7. Yes, there is a writing sample. The interview is a group interview. There is a point in interview where everyone is asked the same question and then we were asked individual questions. The question I was asked was why did you choose the career of Speech-Language Pathology? We were asked fun questions like what do you like to do in your free time? Overall, a very relaxed interview process. Good Luck!
  8. I did my undergrad at Hofstra, but in a different major. Great school!
  9. I work for a hospital. The hospital is giving me 7K a year.
  10. Yes, I was asked what was the latest book I read. I wasn't asked any SLP content questions. What made you want to enter the field of Speech-Language Pathology? I can't recall the rest at this moment, but if do I will post.
  11. Hi, Mine is at 11:00 a.m. Yes, they are group interviews.
  12. Hi All, I have an interview with Mercy College on Thursday. I saw that few people were accepted the same day they interviewed this year. For those that were interviewed and accepted, can you please tell us how was the interview process? Was it a long interview? What questions did they ask? Thanks in advance
  13. I also have an interview with Mercy College next Thursday. Good Luck to us both! 😊
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