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    2019 Fall
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    Clinical Psychology PhD

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  1. I totally agree. I was the QM poster and got the call a few days after interviewing so it’s been a long wait to get the official confirmation! Wondering if they’re waiting to send out all initial calls before they send out the email admission letter.
  2. I honestly am not sure! it’s so hard to tell!! I wondered if they would wait until the first round of calls had gone out to send the official acceptance letters but I’m honestly not sure. I can PM you if I get the official letter and let you know if there’s more information!
  3. I’d reached out to my POI this past weekend and he estimated that we’d get a formal letter “this week”—it’s Friday, so I’m hoping it’ll come today! ☺️
  4. I’m the one with mentor QM—Still awaiting a formal acceptance!
  5. Yes same here! I’ve received an informal call but not yet a formal letter. On the edge of my seat!
  6. I turned down my offer to Central Michigan University (Clinical Ph.D.)! I hope this helps if anyone is waiting to hear from them!
  7. I also heard from my POI at Cincinnati in December. There was a more standardized email from the department chair in January, so I'm not sure if all the invites have gone out, but I would assume they have.
  8. Hi all, wondering if anyone has had experience interviewing with multiple potential POIs on interview day. I've been asked to interview with two potential mentors at one of my top choice programs, both of which I mentioned in my personal statement. In this case, the tricky part is they have somewhat divergent research interests (but both are in the field of Child Clinical Psychology broadly), so I'm not quite sure how to tackle the interview. Of course I want to appeal to both, but don't want to stifle my chances at being admitted to the program by trying to appeal to the research interests of both mentors simultaneously. My worry is that I'll seem scatterbrained and unfocused in my research interests if I try to "cater" to the research interests of each on interview day. (i.e., saying I hope to research x with the 1st mentor and simultaneously saying I hope to research something totally different with the other....I presume they'll speak with each other, since they're both in the same subgroup of the clinical psych department.) Anyone else experience this before or have a solution? This being my first application cycle and being lucky enough to snag several interview offers, I've definitely got pre-interview jitters!
  9. Hi all, wondering if anyone has had experience interviewing with multiple potential POIs on interview day. I've been asked to interview with two potential mentors at one of my top choice programs, both of which I mentioned in my personal statement. In this case, the tricky part is they have somewhat divergent research interests (but both are in the field of Child Clinical Psychology broadly), so I'm not quite sure how to tackle the interview. Of course I want to appeal to both, but don't want to stifle my chances at being admitted to the program by trying to appeal to the research interests of both mentors simultaneously. My worry is that I'll seem scatterbrained and unfocused in my research interests if I try to "cater" to the research interests of each on interview day. (i.e., saying I hope to research x with the 1st mentor and simultaneously saying I hope to research something totally different with the other....I presume they'll speak with each other, since they're both in the same subgroup of the clinical psych department.) Anyone else experience this before or have a solution? This being my first application cycle and being lucky enough to snag several interview offers, I've definitely got pre-interview jitters!
  10. School: Bowling Green State University Program: Clinical Psychology PhD Type of Invite: Email from graduate secretary inviting me to interview. Interview Date(s): February 15 or February 8
  11. School: Central Michigan University Program: Clinical Psychology PhD Type of Invite: Email from DCT and Admissions Chair inviting me to attend the open house. Interview Date(s): Friday, February 15
  12. School: University of Cincinnati Type: Clinical Psychology PhD Date of Invite: 12/21/2018 Type of Invite: Personal email from POI! (Feel free to DM me for PI details) Interview Dates: 2/15-2/16, with main interview day on 2/15
  13. School: University of Toledo Type: Clinical PhD Date of invite: Dec. 17th Type of invite: Email from admissions coordinator; CC'd POI and DCT. (POI initials: GM). Interview date(s): Feb. 1 or Feb. 4. I'm hoping to attend Feb. 4
  14. Yes! ^^^ Same here! Would love to know--Case is my top choice! Misery loves company ?
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