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lexim22

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  1. Hi there! I am new to this site, and new to pursuing a career in speech pathology. I originally wanted to go to PA school and after some soul searching I landed on slp grad school, and I couldn't be more excited! I'm looking for anyone who has experience going to school in Co (UNC or CU Boulder). I am graduating from CU Boulder with a degree in ecology and environmental bio this winter, but I have taken a wide variety of courses in anatomy, physiology, cell biology, psychology, human development and social sciences. I have not taken any speech science classes. I know CU has a three year program in which you can complete pre reqs through them. I have a 3.4 GPA, 100+ hours of volunteer work in related fields and 20 hours of shadowing SLPs as well as a GRE in the 305 range. Is coming from a completely unrelated major going to wreck me? Does anyone have experience with the three year program? I know applying to only these schools cuts my chances greatly, but I pretty much need to stay in Colorado. If I don't get in this cycle, will going back to school to get all of the pre reqs and perhaps working in the field give me a better chance to get into the two year program next cycle? Sorry in advance for my naivety, but any advice would be greatly appreciated!! TYIA
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