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Hannah7

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  1. last year Queens, Brooklyn, and Hofstra all got back to me a few days before 4/15
  2. I believe last year we had to fill out a supplemental form and then we received an email with a link to submit payment.
  3. NYU is extremely expensive. If you're from NY, chances are you are trying to get into a state school since they are so much cheaper and in some people's opinions offer a better education/program.
  4. They told me less than a month after I got that initial review email, so hopefully, you won't have to wait too long!
  5. Yep! this was for last year (I applied for fall 2018 admission)
  6. My official acceptance letter was dated 2/1, so hopefully you'll hear this month!
  7. Email with an official letter attached (I think eventually official letter also came in the mail)
  8. I was notified on 2/9 that I got through the initial review and received an official acceptance on 2/28
  9. LIU Post- Accepted- offered interview on 1/16/18 (interview was some time in February); they called me very shortly after my interview to offer admission Hofstra- Waitlisted- notified 3/28/18
  10. Both extremely extremely extremely competitive schools. Either program will give you what you need to work in schools.
  11. A lot of schools will have a cutoff for GPA & GRE. If you don't meet those, your application will not be reviewed- meaning that they won't bother to look at your letters, personal statement, resume, etc. I would encourage you to apply to schools that clearly state that they don't do this cutoff or don't require GREs.
  12. GPA 3.4 GRE V:151 Q:154 Writing:4.5 I applied to 15 schools total Rejected- 6 Waitlisted- 3 Accepted- 3 Turned down interviews for- 2 (once I had received these interviews offers and I had already received early admission to one of my top choice schools) 1 school never got back to me with an admissions decision (assuming they lost the application)
  13. I had a 3.4 GPA and my GRE scores were pretty average (writing was a bit above average). I got into a handful of schools, even turned down some interview opportunities. I was also waitlisted a few times, but I never got off any of the waitlists (as of 8/20/18). I actually got early acceptance into a state school, which is where I am going starting this fall. Feel free to message me.
  14. I hired a coach, mostly for editing purposes but she assisted with a few other aspects of the process as well. Feel free to message me if you want to know more about it!
  15. I emailed them after getting the waitlist email expressing my interest but have not reached out since then.
  16. I talked to someone who was accepted months ago and they said their online portal never changed, so I've given up checking that They sent out rejections by mail and I never received one so I assume that's a good sign. I'm still waiting to hear from 2 other schools, not including St Johns.
  17. Yes! I haven't heard from them!
  18. I haven't heard from St. John's, Touro, Midwestern Downers Grove, and Molloy.
  19. I'm still waiting to hear back. I submitted my application in January.
  20. Hello. So I recently talked to an SLP who transferred her license from MA to NY. After receiving her NY license she applied for a TSSLD (which took 4-6 weeks). She said the classes are offered all over and cost $50-$150 a class. They are typically 4-6 hours in one sitting. She said she completed 4 classes which cost her $500 total. I have no idea if this answers your question, but hopefully, it helps a little. What grad program are you in that doesn't offer the TSSLD?
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