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    School Psychology or related Psychology PhD and GPA acceptances?

    I got accepted into a clinical phd with an undergrad GPA of 3.2 In my experiences research experience was weighed heavily and you look like you're on track for that
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    Fall 2019 Psychology - Where are you going?!

    Officially accepted for University of Nebraska Lincoln for clinical!
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    Post-Interview Anxieties, Worries, Thoughts, Comments, etc.

    I just caved and asked my Clark POI if they have any information about an anticipated time frame for hearing back about admissions results. I have a gut feeling I was waitlisted or rejected and that they are waiting to tell me until later on, but I need to know at this point so I can emotionally move on and gear up for either another cycle or a career switch out of research and academia
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    Fall 2019 Clinical Psych Interview Invites

    I got notified today that I'm on the waitlist which is a bummer
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    Waitlist and Help Me Decide Thread 2019

    Nevermind I got waitlisted
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    Waitlist and Help Me Decide Thread 2019

    Can the person who was waitlisted at Nebraska with DH message me about whether it was Hope or Hansen (same initials!) Thanks- sorry to be that person 😕
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    I is stressed *Non-Judgmental Space for PhD Applicants*

    Out of curiosity, was this for Clark? I interviewed with them on the 6th and havent heard a peep
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    What are people's experiences being waitlisted?

    I'm really sorry to hear this- I am sure that you are a very strong applicant so don't lose hope. This process is honestly a crapshoot and I think comes down to a lot of random variables that have no bearing on you as a person. I was at UNL's weekend and thought every applicant I met was very nice, intelligent, and successful so I'm sure that you will succeed no matter where your path takes you. My mom always tells me that everything happens for a reason and the place you end up, wherever that may be, is the place that is meant for you to be. I am also waiting to hear back about an acceptance from UNL and I understand how stressful and anxiety provoking it is. I think it shows that you are a very strong applicant that you are first alternate for not one but 3 schools. It is very likely that at one of those places, someone will decline admission.
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    Post-Interview Anxieties, Worries, Thoughts, Comments, etc.

    Interviewed at Nebraska this past weekend and am seeing acceptances trickle in (somehow a literal day after the interview???), which is causing me to anxiously re-live every moment of the interview weekend. I'm really introverted so I don't excel at group/casual settings but I think I interview well so IDK what to think. I just want this to be over.
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    Interview Attire?

    Also, if it's helpful to anyone- I got a navy suit from Banana Republic that came down to $170 (40% off). It's gorgeous and really high quality for the price. They might still have the sale going on!
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    Interview Attire?

    Jeez that's the absolute worst ? I ordered a new pair of glasses that are gold wire and very profesh and im crossing my fingers they show up before my first interview
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    Fall 2019 Clinical Psych Interview Invites

    That was me DM incoming
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    Fall 2019 Clinical Psych Interview Invites

    For my invite to UNL I had brief email correspondence with my POI where I asked her about ongoing and expected research projects that she expected upcoming students to get involved in and gave an introduction about my research interests with my CV attached. I did hear back from her and she provided a lot of information, which was very nice of her (it made writing the SOP so much easier!). A day after I submitted my application, I followed up with her to thank her again for taking time to send me the information and that I had applied to work with her lab. She responded good luck and that they would begin reviewing applications in January. I did have a phone call with her over this past weekend which was much more informal than I expected where she primed me for the weather in Nebraska, what the city was like, to answer any of my questions about the logistics of the interview weekend, and re-assured me that there will be limited correspondence between us until the interview weekend and not to become discouraged if I don't hear from her until the interview-- which I thought was very nice of her.
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