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GabGal1224

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  • Application Season
    2016 Fall
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    Clinical Psychology

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  1. From someone who got into a doctoral program in Clinical Psychology this application season (and on my first try), letters of recommendation are VERY important. To be completely honest these programs are terribly compeitive, as I applied to about 10 programs and only got a few offers. That being said, letters of recommendation are a crucial part of your application, and it is very important that they come from professionals in Psychology. My letters of rec came from the Dean of Undergrad Education at my school (who I have also done research for for about 3 years), my research lab supervisor, and a Clinical Psychologist who I did an internship with my senior year of undergrad. All of these individuals have a Ph.D., and I learned that this is important. It is not to say that letters of rec from other areas are bad, but in order to make your application sharp and competitve it would be best if they all came from psychology academics. Hope this helps, and good luck!
  2. Hi! I have recently been accepted into the PsyD Fall 2016 class at the University at Hartford! Anyone else who has been accepted here/is waitlisted here please comment! I'm looking to meet people who will be in my class!
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