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soontobemsw

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    San Diego
  • Application Season
    2015 Fall
  • Program
    MSW

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  1. Congratulations getting into UCLA! It's an amazing school.
  2. That is awesome! Congratulations! Now you can take a deep breath and relax.
  3. Thanks I turned my application in around mid October.
  4. Hello Sh!zaam, I did not have an interview. I just received an e-mail from them. I'm sure it's torturing to wait this long, but I know a lot of people who are waiting to hear from SDSU. I hope you get in! Best of luck
  5. Unless they have different ways to notify candidates. To be honest I'm not sure. Anyways, good luck!
  6. I was accepted about 3 weeks ago, and my webportal was only updated after I sent my acceptance letter to the school, so you should save yourself the trouble.
  7. Hi Sh!zaam, I believe SDSU only updates your webportal page after they send you the acceptance email. So if you're waiting to hear from them, expect to receive an e-mail.
  8. @ ameliaabuzuhri I have heard back from SDSU a couple of weeks ago, but I know a lot of people that are still waiting to hear from them. They send the letters until the end of March. I hope this helps
  9. Thank you all for your reply. I will probably give the GRE another try.
  10. Hello, I'm planing on applying to the MSW program at SDSU, but I'm very concerned about my GRE AWA score, so I would like to know if someone here can give me an advice. My GPA is 3.8, and I have more than two years experience working with a nonprofit (in addition to my field practicum experience in which I just started). Since my GRE score is less than 4.0, I don't know if I should even bother applying this year. Do they even consider applicants with a score lower than 4.0? I still have one more year of undergrad school left, so I don't want to take the GRE again since I've been very busy and I don't feel confident that my score will improve. Should I apply anyways, or should I take a year off? Any advice will be greatly appreciated ;-)
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