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    Tempe, AZ
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    Communication Disorders

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  1. I am not sure of exact numbers but the link below tells you about the class profiles and will give you an idea of how many they accept off the waitlist. https://chs.asu.edu/programs/communication-disorders-ms/class-profile
  2. Hi! I am a current ASU grad student. In undergrad one of my friends was accepted and I didn't hear back for a month or so. I had been waitlisted but they sent it out waaayyyy later than acceptances and rejections. So, if you haven't heard back you're likely on the waitlist. Hope this helps everyone. Good Luck!
  3. I applied to Loma Linda last year and got wait listed. I had a 3.79 GPA. If you have questions on their interview process, I went through and can answer some questions.
  4. Just got off the waitlist at ASU and accepted it. Will be rescind my offer to University of Nevada, Reno and will be declining my waitlist spots at University of Oregon and Loma Linda. I hope this helps someone else on a waitlist. And it's proof you can get off a waitlist!
  5. I just got accepted off their waitlist and I'm curious if they have a Facebook page. Im also probably looking for roommates. If anyone else is, please reach out!!
  6. I am on their alternate list. I have not been accepted off, nor have I seen anyone post about getting accepted off the waitlist. I hope this helps and I wish you the best of luck!
  7. I am in a similar situation would love to hear people's advice. The advice I have been given is you rescind your offer and lose your deposit.
  8. Hi, I am in a similar situation. My boyfriend and I are in a long-term relationship, 3 years in June. He followed me up to Nevada and I got into UNR, my undergrad institution. He's made it clear that he would not move with me to grad school, which frustrates me greatly. But he is also trying to save up money and hopefully get a degree. I am apart of a sorority on campus and have a close relationship with our LDC. She is employed by our sorority to helps us as we are newer on campus. She is in a relationship and because she lives in Reno and is from the east coast, it is currently long distance
  9. Thanks, that's helpful to know. If I get in, I will do it I will do quickly. Can you tell me more about your experience?
  10. I feel the exact same way. The field is so small, I will probably see them again. And I want to enjoy seeing them again and not feel like I burned a bridge. There the reason I am where I am. But I agree with you, I overthink it so much. I'm glad I'm not alone and have a place to vent it out.
  11. I feel like if you talked to them about it they would be understanding. Or at least that's what I keep getting told. I've also been told to go sit in our clinical directors office and talk with her. She's really cool and understanding. They ultimately want what's best for you. One hard thing for me is that there is a mandatory orientation on the day I'm suppose to be a bridesmaid and potentially make a cake for one of my best friends and I would be devastated to miss her wedding. But I also got told by my advisor that other places may have mandatory orientations as well. (Sorry I feel like I'm
  12. I am in a very similar situation, as well. I have only been accepted at my undergraduate institution. But I have been waitlisted at my top two choices. But one has made it clear I won't hear back until after April 15th and the other doesn't have a timeline, but let's be real it will most likely be after April 15th. My friends, from my undergrad institution, and family have made it clear that it is okay to rescind your acceptance of an offer for a better offer. I really do not want to do something like that though because it feels like I am burning bridges. My friends keep telling me that it w
  13. You shouldn't feel inadequate at all. Usually there is more qualified applicants than there is space in a cohort. Being waitlisted means that they saw potential in you but there may have been people with higher stats. Also, you never know exactly what a admissions team is looking for. But my point is if they did not want you there, you would have gotten rejected. Hope this helps and best of luck!
  14. I got rejected from my "safety" schools. I think that is because, one, they were in California. Even though ASHA ed Find said they had lower GPA's, they had lower scores because they only take their own students, not because they are easier to get into. So, it was more of an allusion and not the truth. I think if you try places that aren't the west coast you may be able to find safety type schools. But I think they're all competitive and it's just an allusion.
  15. Most Grad schools have a GPA requirement you must keep to stay in. Usually you must maintain a B average or 3.0 to stay in. Although, most of the faculty will help and support you to make sure you're not getting "kicked out". Getting asked to leave is usually a last resort and any times I have heard of it happening it was because the grad student really was not loving it and did not want to be there anymore.
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