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  1. Just wondering if anyone's heard from Lakehead's HBSW waitlist? I don't think I've seen anyone post about it!
  2. I think so too! Thank you so much
  3. Oh, that makes sense! Do you know when the first round "ends" and the next round begins? Like could it be a month later, or just a couple of weeks?
  4. Check your My.Lakehead profile! Where it says track your application status, that will probably be the most correct indicator as to what the decision is
  5. Thanks! Did you apply to both schools, or just Thunder Bay? Also, regarding their waitlist, do you know if it's a rolling basis?
  6. Congrats! Did you receive an email or was it on the My.Lakehead page? Also, if you don't mind me asking, is your last name closer to the beginning of the alphabet? I'm in the middle so now I'm kinda worried I'll have to wait if it's alphabetical LOL.
  7. I feel like they'll have to run it online in the summer around the same time. I don't see classes continuing even in September, to be very honest 😕 I haven't received any update email, and I want to call, but feel bad because I know that they're under a lot of pressure. It's just this waiting is totally killing me!
  8. Anyone hear from Lakehead? It was exactly a year ago yesterday that people started hearing back. I know that they said they were going to be behind two weeks ago, but I haven't heard anything since!
  9. Hi! Did you receive an email regarding this, or did you personally email Madge? Thanks
  10. Hi everyone! I am new to this so I apologize if this is a silly question, but this forum seems super supportive so I'm hoping someone might be able to help me out with this I am in my fourth year of psychology at Ryerson, and am planning to graduate at Spring convocation, which is hopefully May! I was looking into masters programs which are geared towards those who do not have their undergrad in social work but have it in another social science (I believe that these schools are York, Laurier, U of T, King's College at Western, U of Windsor and Carleton if I'm not mistaken?) None in advanced standing, obviously 😛 However, for example, I went on Laurier's MSW website, and it stated that I needed to be graduated in order to apply. But, I thought for graduate school, you could apply in your last year of study so that there is a chance you will be accepted after graduation, so there is no gap. Is this the case for all the programs; will I have to wait until I have graduated in the Spring to apply? Or, do I apply as though I am technically graduated (trust me, I only have a few courses left so I'm pretty positive my name will be at that grad ceremony Lol.) Or are some schools just strict as in, you cannot apply until you have received your Bachelors. I have four years of experience working in a community centre for underprivileged youths, and also teaching swimming to those with a disability, plus have experience as an elementary school volunteer. I also work in a developmental lab on campus. My current average is a B+, and I'm hoping it can be raised to an A-. I am also trying to gain more volunteer experience. I am wondering if this is enough to even apply or be considered. Please let me know, and good luck to everyone out there!
  11. Hi everyone! I am new to this so I apologize if this is a silly question, but this forum seems super supportive so I'm hoping someone might be able to help me out with this I am in my fourth year of psychology at Ryerson, and am planning to graduate at Spring convocation, which is hopefully May! I was looking into masters programs which are geared towards those who do not have their undergrad in social work but have it in another social science (I believe that these schools are York, Laurier, U of T, King's College at Western, U of Windsor and Carleton if I'm not mistaken?) None in advanced standing, obviously 😛 However, for example, I went on Laurier's MSW website, and it stated that I needed to be graduated in order to apply. But, I thought for graduate school, you could apply in your last year of study so that there is a chance you will be accepted after graduation, so there is no gap. Is this the case for all the programs; will I have to wait until I have graduated in the Spring to apply? Or, do I apply as though I am technically graduated (trust me, I only have a few courses left so I'm pretty positive my name will be at that grad ceremony Lol.) Or are some schools just strict as in, you cannot apply until you have received your Bachelors. I have four years of experience working in a community centre for underprivileged youths, and also teaching swimming to those with a disability, plus have experience as an elementary school volunteer. I also work in a developmental lab on campus. My current average is a B+, and I'm hoping it can be raised to an A-. I am also trying to gain more volunteer experience. I am wondering if this is enough to even apply or be considered. Please let me know, and good luck to everyone out there!
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