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  • Location
    San Diego
  • Application Season
    2020 Fall
  • Program
    Speech Language Pathology

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  1. Hi! I don't know about anyone else, but I was told in my acceptance letter than I won't be coming to campus until Fall 2020, but I am taking classes online this Spring. It may have been because I still have about three pre requisites they'd like me to take prior to their on campus practicum.I hope this helps!
  2. Thank you soo much for your help and response!! Those are some really good points! 🙂
  3. Congratulations!! I actually just accepted my offer and will not be starting in person until Fall, as well 🙂 I completely agree I would not be ready to move to another state in a month haha so I felt pretty relieved!
  4. Hi! I got an email from ENMU yesterday saying there were spots left in the Spring 2020 cohort and that if you wanted to apply for Spring 2020 to just send in your application. It was honestly a strange email because it had very little detail, just a call for applications. I did end up submitting my application this morning and just missed a call from ENMU asking me to call them back...have you heard anything from them since the email?
  5. @alyssafrancis So sorry to add onto this list of requests, but I have my CASper interview coming up and was wondering if you would be able to PM me as well? Thank you so much! 🙂
  6. Hi all! I was wondering if anyone had any recommendations about just how much personal detail to put into one's personal statement. I have a low overall GPA (3.2 😓) but managed a 3.89 for the last 60 units. I'm trying to explain that my earlier grades were poor because I was struggling with an undiagnosed autoimmune disorder. I'm personally not weird about saying what it was, as I feel the symptoms are easily attributed to struggles in school. BUT I don't want to include too much personal information as to where the schools reading my personal statement might be like, okay...should I just say I had health issues that contributed to my poor GPA? Was just wondering if anyone else in the same boat had any recommendations 🙂
  7. Hi Maddison! I'm applying for the Fall 2020 cycle and am an out of field applicant, also! Best of luck! 🙂
  8. Hi all! This is my first post on here so hopefully I am posting in the correct place. I am in the process of applying to grad school for Speech Language Pathology for the Fall 2020 cycle. Needless to say, I am SO nervous!! I've taken the GRE (154V, 141Q, 5 W), and am planning on retaking this month to hopefully bolster those scores a bit. I'm an out of field applicant but completed a leveling program last year and have spent this year volunteering to hopefully get some more experience to add to my resume. My main question for anyone out there: does work experience help with SLP grad school applications at all? I currently work in an unrelated field jut to make money to pay the bills, but I recently got a job interview for a position as a Behavior Interventionist at a nonprofit that for young adults with Autism. The pay cut would be...severe, honestly. But I am willing to do whatever it takes to be the best applicant I can be so I can get into a grad school for SLP. I'm just not sure if your work experience actually helps you stand out in the application process. Does anyone have any experience with this? Thank you so much in advance for your help!! 😊
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