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  1. I applied to all of those schools too! I went to URI for my undergrad and I got in for grad school so I think I'm staying just for financial reasons and the fact that I'm already familiar with the program. I interviewed at Sacred Heart though and I was really impressed so I probably would have chosen to go there if I was from CT or I wasn't afraid of debt lol. Overall though I would just say make a list for each school and really weigh your own personal pros and cons. I think money and distance from home are two of the biggest for a lot of people. I would say all of those programs have good reputations and are solid programs to attend so no matter where you go you'll be getting a good education! I can answer any questions you have about URI!
  2. Very true!! I think saving money will be better in the long run.
  3. I know this might sound like a silly question but does it really matter what school we attend for grad school? I know there are lists with schools ranked, and based on those lists I have gotten into a school at the very top of the rankings and one towards the bottom. The school with the worse ranking is so much more affordable and is closer to home but I just don't know if I would be better off in the long run going to the more well-known, higher ranked program. I personally feel like how well you can do your job is more important than where your degree is from, but I just wasn't sure if the programs would be vastly different qualities and I should consider the "better" one.
  4. Has anyone heard anything from UCONN? I've heard from most of the other schools I applied to but haven't heard anything from them. I saw on their website that they try to send out decisions in March but I didn't know if they were holding interviews or not.
  5. Hi all, I'm panicking because my university hasn't sent my official transcript yet but I submitted my application. My earliest deadline is January 1st but since CSDCAS doesn't have my transcript yet my application status is received instead of verified. Does your application still get sent to the schools even if it's not verified yet? I'm just curious to know if the application will still be considered on time if my transcript isn't in yet.
  6. I was wondering if anyone knew if it would be worth applying to a school if I got a 149 Q and a 150 V on my GRE. I took it 3 times and my score didn't improve but I have an overall GPA of a 3.8 and lots of experience. I was interested in applying to Northeastern but their website says they have a GRE requirement of a 150 Q and a 152 V. My scores are close but obviously I still didn't meet the requirement, so I'm just wondering if my application would even be considered or if it would be filtered out. I was considering emailing the department but I didn't want to already start off on the wrong foot by saying I didn't meet the requirements if that makes any sense.
  7. Rhode Island is beautiful and it's a great school! I've heard the program is challenging but I think that's true everywhere. The school is in a great location with the beach only 15 minutes away, Newport is also around a 30 minute drive, and Boston is less than two hours away. I haven't been to California and I'm dying to go but I would say the biggest difference might be the weather because we do get a decent amount of snow and it's pretty cold all winter! I've lived here most of my life though and I wouldn't have wanted to grow up anywhere else!
  8. Hi everyone! I'm in the process of applying to grad schools and I'm unsure if I should stay in state or go out of state. I live in Rhode Island and there's only one graduate program in my state (URI), which is where I am for undergrad. I would stay and continue through the master's program, but I really want to work and live in Massachusetts or Connecticut after I graduate. Financially, it definitely makes more sense for me to stay at URI but I don't know that much about licensure and how it works in different states. If anyone can give any info or advice I'd really appreciate it!!
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