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slp.dreamer

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  • Birthday February 26

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  • Location
    Canada
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    CGPA: 3.7 (ORPAS calculated GPA: 3.52)
    GRE Quant Score: 147
    GRE Vocab Score: 149
    GRE Verbal Analysis Score: 4.0
    SLP Volunteer Hours: 300+
    Apply to: Dalhousie University, University of Alberta, McMaster University, University of Toronto, Western University, McGill University
  • Application Season
    2020 Fall
  • Program
    Speech Language Pathology

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  1. As many others mentioned, I would look into the CDA programs! I graduated from one last year and have been working as a CDA since September. This is my fourth year applying to SLP programs and after being waitlisted or rejected from every program in the past I was finally accepted to UofA. I think having the CDA experience and stronger connections with SLPs who wrote supportive letters of recommendation played a huge part in finally getting accepted into a program. I also wouldn't feel bad about working a minimum wage job with a degree! You can also spend your time volunteering in different settings while working a job that isn't quite relevant (ex. audiology clinics, aphasia centres, schools, private practices/home clinics, hospitals/treatment centres, etc.). I personally don't have any research experience but I know that is something that can make your application stand out. In the past, I tried to connect with my old professors to volunteer in labs or during research projects (unfortunately the opportunity fell through for me but it's worth a shot!) Wishing you the best!!
  2. Had anyone heard anything from Dalhousie? It’s the only school I haven’t heard back from yet!
  3. Hey! Thanks for reaching out! I'm wondering if you could tell me what building on campus most of your classes are held in at UofA. Thanks!
  4. If it isn't too much trouble I would love to see the classes/timetable for UofA as well! I'm super curious now haha
  5. Thank you so much!! You're right - I didn't upload that page at first!
  6. Oh wow thank you!! I was worried I as missing something major. And yes I got an email in my application portal with all the specifics!
  7. Does anyone know what UofA is referring to when they ask me to upload "an updated transcript with the grading sheet attached"? What sort of grading sheet are they looking for? I expected my transcripts would contain enough information on my grades! Thanks in advance!
  8. I did! I am a little confused because I uploaded a photocopy of my official transcript from one institution, but they still requested one with 'a grading sheet'. I also only have the option to mail an official transcript from all 3 of my past colleges/universities. How are you submitting your transcripts?
  9. I received a *conditional* acceptance to UofT on May 17! Best of luck to everyone waiting for news!
  10. Could anyone who got into Western, Alberta, or Dal private message me their stats? This is my third year applying (and so far being rejected across the board), and I really need to figure out what part of my application needs the most work. Thanks in advance and congratulations to you all!!
  11. I didn't apply to UofT last year but the year before I'm pretty sure I received a rejection letter in the mail. Hope that helps! Good luck!
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