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    2020 Fall
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    Speech-Language Pathology

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  1. You can send it to me! I have now finalized all of my essays and got some great insight and recommendations from people reviewing them!
  2. Hey! I would be interested in swapping SOPs! Message me! 🙂
  3. Would you be interested in trading SOPs to look at? If not its okay! 🙂
  4. I have already been to my campus' writing center and they helped with grammar and stuff, but I would like someone who knows SLP to take a look at it. Any and all help is really appreciated! Thank you!
  5. I'm just curious how was the application process applying to that many schools? Also if you wouldn't mind, what were your gre scores? I'm interested in Governors State University and would like some insight if I have a good chance. Thank you
  6. I don't believe that any of those schools I am applying to have a hard cutoff score. I also heard that it looks bad to have gre scores that close for some reason which I believe would happen to me
  7. I bought magoosh, but I have not been finding a lot of time or motivation to do it because when I was watching the videos and doing practice problems I was not learning the concepts at all despite watching the videos. I know it takes awhile, but I did study the whole summer too. I just freak out during those long tests. Do you not think that working as an ABA therapist would subside my current gre scores?
  8. Hi, I'm a senior now and I am in the process of applying to grad schools for fall 2020. I recently took the gre and scored fairly bad (V:145, Q:143, writing: 4.5). I know SLP schools generally look for 150 for each section, but I am not sure if I could improve because I did study the whole summer and that's what I got. Should I try harder or try to beef up my applications some other way? I do not have research experience because it is extremely competitive at my school to get in one. I do have experience with volunteering over the summer with children who had speech sound disorders and I worked with children for a summer camp (not SLP related). Other than that I just tutor people in a linguistics course. I really want to get into grad school, just didn't leave myself much opportunity to stand out that much. Any advice will be greatly appreciated.
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