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  1. Hi! Has anyone gone to school in one state and then moved to work in another? I know ASHA has a State by state licensing page that I’ve looked over. But I was curious if anyone has ever had to actually navigate those changes. My school said I would have no problem moving back home to work (California), but that ASHA page makes me think otherwise. Any thoughts?
  2. On the fence about where I’m going. Sent you a DM.
  3. Hi! I am in great need of some insider information. Has anyone ever attended University of Washington’s MedSLP program and regretted it? Was it not what you expected? Do you feel like other programs would have prepared you equally for the medical setting? Are the classes as tough as you were expecting? In my mind’s eye all the courses are the equivalent of med school/Grey’s Anatomy. Is it tough to get a research position? Are you at school from 8am to 8pm? I’m trying to get a picture of what life would be there. It was my dream to go there, but after visiting another school I feel
  4. Can you share a little bit about your experience so far? I’ll take any information! Social scene. Professors. Research. Classes. Anything!
  5. I made the decision to not talk about the admission process with anyone other than my family. My stance has always been I’m going to wait until I hear back from every school before I discuss it. This is 1.) to protect myself/my ego/my self esteem. I hold myself to a high standard and I don’t want to share my “failures” at this point. 2.) Out of respect for my peers. I’ve watched people talk about getting into their dream school knowing that someone else in that same room did not. I think people should be sensitive to sharing their successes. I have never asked anyone from my cohort where
  6. Please send me your good vibes! I feel like you have solid University of Washington CoreSLP admission energy!!
  7. You are the best informant!! Have you heard about the other two individuals who were admitted but weren’t sure of their “intentions?” I think you mentioned they were CoreSLP students.
  8. Literally checked my email and this forum at 2am last night because I couldn’t sleep.
  9. If it helps at all I feel the same way. I have spent the last four years of my life in sacrifice mode. I never went to concerts because I was studying. I only saw my friends during school breaks. I put my relationship second to academia....all for what? My first letter was a rejection to a school I didn’t even really want to go to...and I was devastated. This hearing back period takes a toll on your mind and body. I have no advice other than this is the time to fall in love with as many things as you can. You learn to paint. Go try a new language. Go hike with your buddies. Go be something oth
  10. Do you have any idea when they found out they were admitted? I saw a girl on here who found out in early May that she was off the waitlist. I didn’t think I would even get in so it never occurred to me to be emotionally prepared for this waiting game. I’m trying to tell myself it’s better to just pretend I’ve been completely rejected...but then I don’t want to give up hope.
  11. Devastating news. Maybe they just didn’t want to share that?
  12. How did you survive the rejection? I was accepted into my second choice and waitlisted to my first. I know it will all work out the way it is supposed to, but the hope of being admitted has given me the worst anxiety.
  13. Do you remember if they were MedSLP or CoreSLP students?
  14. Did she say if they were MedSLP or CoreSLP students who were accepted off the waitlist?
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