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hiimkhanh

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  1. Depending on the schools you plan on applying to, a 142 may not be enough to get past the paper screening. (Two of the schools I applied to required a minimum of 145 in both Q and V) So check the admission requirements for the four schools that you're applying to to decide whether or not your need to retake the GRE to reach that cutoff if you have one. I would recommend you go to the ASHA EDFIND to find the average GRE scores and GPA admitted to the four schools you're applying to. You can find it here https://www.asha.org/edfind/ to compare your stats to admitted students in the program. Your V is pretty good, and depending on your AW I would suggest that you not take the GRE again (Especially with a GPA as high as yours)
  2. A waitlist isn’t a guarantee of acceptance. Treat it as such.
  3. You need to aim for more As in your COMD classes. Just imagine that these next classes determine the rest of your life. You’ve already gotten some Bs, so I’d really suggest you find a method of studying that results in more As (and not rely on the professor rounding grades) You won’t be fairing well if you have a C in your COMD classes. (Because Cs are considered failing/need to retake in grad school)
  4. This seems like a question to ask LLU directly.
  5. Yes. My cumulative gpa was a 3.25 (I don’t think it’s high compared to other slp applicants.) I honestly believe that my 3.90 COMD gpa (from a second bachelors) allowed me to be interviewed at every SoCal school that I applied to.
  6. Congrats! I'll be attending too! I'll be putting down my deposit soon. I wonder if there's a group yet?
  7. You know yourself and your study habits. Personally, I’m the kind of person who likes to study at home with no distractions. To me, a roommate is a potential distraction and is not worth the money saved from splitting costs. Unless your roommate is a friend. I would say live alone. After classes you’ll just want to go straight home and potentially not want to see anyone else. (At least for me.) (And I’ve heard plenty of roommate horror stories.)
  8. UoP admission costs are in-line for a private university aren’t they? 80kish tuition for two years?
  9. I’ll be attending graduate school in Southern California for FA2019. I’m not quite sure where yet though.
  10. It's really easy. Nothing compared to the GRE. I took mine years ago, and if you're a native english speaker, you should be able to do it in one try, without studying for it.
  11. I'm going to start reviewing my COMD classes until when I start haha
  12. It's odd that they're saying that they're still reviewing files. (No more interviews are being scheduled.) The cohort is practically full with deposited students.
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