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  1. Also, check out Mat Gre videos on YouTube. He has great resources and his writing videos were especially helpful when I took the GRE. Good luck.
  2. @slpwholovescoffeeThank you and hang in there. Something will come up!
  3. @CorazonDeSLPThank you and good luck to you. I wish you all the best!
  4. Thank you. I know it's gonna put me back in debt, but Baylor is the only school out of three that accepted me. I can't relocate, so I am limited to only a few options. I figure it'll pay off in the long run. I wish you much luck and I hope that you hear back soon from the school that is best for you! BTW I will be in January 2020 track.
  5. I've been out of school for a while, so writing isn't something that is easy anymore (nor has ever been!). I talked about the whole process, from why I decided to pursue speech to researching different programs. Also, finding that personal connection and discussing it. Good luck!
  6. i would contact your admissions counselor at Baylor. He called me this morning telling me that I got accepted!
  7. https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/job_search_writing/preparing_an_application/writing_the_personal_statement/index.html https://www.prepscholar.com/gre/blog/graduate-school-personal-statement-examples/ https://www.csuci.edu/careerdevelopment/services/sample-graduate-school-admissions-essays.pdf Hello, I used these websites to get my mind going about what I wanted to say. Once that happened, I just wrote a very personal letter of intent that stated why I wanted to become a speech pathologist. Once you find and make that connection, everything should flow. Good luck!
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