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    2017 Fall
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    Speech Language Pathology

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  1. Samford University: Samford University Speech Language Pathology Class of 2019 https://www.facebook.com/groups/1337540042980344/
  2. My parents are in the medical field and I believe that inspired me to go towards medicine. Originally, I was studying to be a doctor. I realized that I wasn't enjoying my Biology major and skipped over to another field. Also, I'm INFP I think for me it is mainly nurture. Would I still bea nurturing person like my father and mother? I'm not sure. I like to imagine I"m a little bit of both, but the inspiration and love from my family definitely persuaded me to go into medicine.
  3. Hello, I just accepted Samford University for SLP. I was wondering if anyone else is also planning on attending. I would love to get to get to know other people of my cohort before the semester starts
  4. Sometimes you just know. I already accepted my position and paid my deposit. However, if there is an inkling that you might lean to somewhere else wait a week and then tell the school.
  5. I am going to live 13 hours away from my home. I think it will be exhausting to live an hour away and try to do your clinical, meet with your cohort and professors, and classes. I would recommend moving thirty minutes closer to campus so you have the best of both worlds. It won't be nearly exhausting driving back and forth, but you'll also be close enough to visit your family.
  6. Don't give up, your stats aren't bad and you can still get into schools. If you want to avoid using an online source, although I was happy with Magoosh as well, I was very happy with Manhattan 5lb GRE book. You can look it up on Amazon. That thing is awesome.
  7. Samford requires 500$ this is the deposit to save my seat! Go Bull dogs
  8. Hello, I was wondering if any of you heard anything from Texas Woman's University? I've been waiting impatiently lol
  9. Hello, If you look up the stats of the acceptance or rejection you can see when most people knew of their acceptance/rejection. Based on the search results of my schools, you can learn of your acceptance as early as February and as late as May. Most interview options are given in February and March. Keep yourself busy and we will survive the wait! I find myself saying frequently "May the odds be ever in my favor." http://thegradcafe.com/survey/index.php?q=speech
  10. Anyone else already starting to be crazy impatient? I feel that I submitted all my applications that I wanted to submit and now its all just a waiting game. How do you deal with the waiting?
  11. Hello, I am in the process of finishing my applications. I am nervous and unsure if the time and effort I put in will result in acceptance of schools. Communication Sciences and Disorders Major: My undergraduate GPA: 3.2/3.2 (overall) GRE: 145/145/4.5 (verbal/quantitative/writing, respectively) Master's in Exceptional Student Education K-12 (special education): Graduate gpa: 4.0 gpa (I worked hard to earn a Master's) Experiences/work/volunteer: Special education teacher, transitioning students with disabilities into a university, working with international students. Endorsements English of Speakers with Other Languages (ESOL), Reading, and an Autism Certificate. Additionally, I have three teaching certifications. My issue, in my opinion, is my GRE and GPA. I have my Letter of Intent finished and have my recommendations in. Do I have a strong enough resume to qualify for a speech program or should I be discouraged by it? Is there anything else I can do to strengthen my chances by January?
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