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  1. I was able to write down my school codes before taking the GRE, and an employee brought me my codes once I finished so I could submit the scores. I'm not sure if every testing center does something like this, though.
  2. @psizemore, why downvote this? lol
  3. I know Nova Southeastern does not require the GRE. However, it's quite expensive, even for online programs. With online programs, clinicals take place near your home (excepting any residency requirements). Some programs require students to find and secure their own placements, while others take care of that for you. I don't know about Nova. Look at each program's webpage for information regarding clinicals and residency requirements, if any. A few programs accept the MAT in lieu of the GRE. The MAT does not have any math on it. I know California State Northridge accepts it, but I don't know of any others. There is no calculus on the GRE. Topics covered are arithmetic, algebra, geometry, and data analysis.
  4. Do you have to stay in or near Ohio for the entire first year?
  5. Did you guys apply to ENMU's hybrid program?
  6. Someone correct me if I'm wrong, but my understanding is that if you go through a program that's a candidate for accreditation, you'll be able to get your CCCs, even if they don't end up getting accredited (which is unlikely).
  7. Just wanted to let everyone know that I submitted my application two days ago and just received an e-mail saying it's been Verified. I've had my transcripts in for a few weeks, but I was not expecting CSDCAS to be this quick! Here's hoping they keep it up.
  8. Hi! I don't have a personal statement either, just an essay I need to complete. I'm happy to swap essays/personal statements, though! Just PM me. Thanks.
  9. What do you do if your program is listed on CSDCAS, but your school requires a specific template for the LORs? Has anyone been in this situation? I was under the impression that letter writers submitted one letter to CSDCAS, which was then made available to all of the schools to which the applicant applies. The school in question requires that letters be uploaded to CSDCAS (rather than being sent to the department). I've contacted CSDCAS, but I thought I'd ask here in the meantime.
  10. Re: Champaign-Urbana, you probably need a car unless you live on campus or in downtown Champaign. Public transit is decent for a smaller city (by U.S. standards, at least), but I'd still recommend bringing a car.
  11. A couple points regarding p287's post (sorry, it's not letting me quote individual sentences on mobile): I'm a US citizen and Canadian permanent resident. If you become a permanent resident of Canada, your status would only be revoked if you did not meet your residency obligations in Canada (2 years out of every 5). Also, while you'll need to file US taxes each year, it's unlikely you'd need to pay taxes in the US and Canada - you can deduct a certain dollar amount of income (more than 100k USD, I believe). If your income were to exceed that, there are also tax treaties in place to avoid double taxation. Your best bet would be to find an accountant who specializes in US/Canadian taxes.
  12. California State University Northridge, Eastern New Mexico, Western Kentucky, University of Northern Colorado, Emerson, University of Montana, Idaho State, University of South Carolina, University of Wisconsin Eau Claire, NYU, Nova, Tennessee State, East Carolina University...
  13. Congratulations on your acceptances! I didn't know Emerson offered scholarships for their online program -- I wonder if they would award enough to defray the hefty price tag (or at least make them comparable to CSUN)!
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