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NardyPardy

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About NardyPardy

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    Decaf

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  • Gender
    Woman
  • Location
    Jamaica
  • Interests
    African Diasporic Literature, Caribbean Literature, Postcolonial Literature, Feminist Studies, Psychoanalysis
  • Application Season
    2019 Fall
  • Program
    MA English/Literature/Literary Studies

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  1. How did you prepare for the GRE? How long did you prepare for?
  2. Hi Pratz, Check out: https://dxrgroup.com/scoreitnow and https://www.mbacrystalball.com/gre/gre-essay-grader/ Also, your paper is unavailable
  3. First, congrats on making it through your studies despite your medical challenges! That is noteworthy. As such, I think it is certainly something you need to own up to – acknowledge it and be proud of your accomplishments despite notable challenges. I also believe it is advantageous of you to be applying to a Counselling Program with an experience like this of having to push through a medical issue while dealing real time with a medical ailment. My opinions are as follows: 1. Do not ignore the Ws, Fs and Cs and pretend they do not exist – the admissions committee cannot read your mi
  4. I am a prospective MA student. Can I join in too?
  5. I am in the area of English too, but am applying to MA programmes. Can I join in as well?
  6. Hey, I'm preparing as well! I'm also self studying for the GRE! (**I've attached a vocab listing I found that is helpful to study from for the General Test**) I've found 2 programmes in the States I like though I'm looking at options in the UK and Canada too since I'm non-American and have no strong, unwavering feelings towards studying in the USA Magoosh 1000 vocab for GRE.pdf
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