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SandpaperTongue

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    Philadelphia, PA
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    2020 Fall
  • Program
    Cognitive Psychology (Ph.D)

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  1. I would highly recommend taking as many notes as you can, especially about information that will be helpful in making a decision if you're accepted. You will be talking to a lot of people about a lot of things, and you can't simply remember all of the information you'll learn. A couple of weekends ago, I had my first interview. I brought a notebook that contained my questions and I had left a few blank pages for notes that didn't necessarily pertain to my questions, but was very useful information about the program. I'm glad I did this because I know I wouldn't have remembered all of this info
  2. Thanks for your reply! I figure this is a common occurrence, but I haven't seen any posts covering this topic. I'll reach out to School A next week and inquire about this. Also, I'm in cognitive, but I'll be interviewing at Utah during the same weekend as you.
  3. I recently accepted interview invites for two schools that fall on the same week. Luckily, School A is scheduled Thursday to Saturday, and School B is scheduled Sunday to Monday. These schools are located on completely opposite sides of the U.S., so I will be spending Saturday flying from School A to School B. Both schools are reimbursing me for flights. However, I’m not sure how the reimbursement process would work since I’m flying from one interview to another. Has anyone been in or will be in a similar situation where they fly from one interview to another? How did or will the reimbursement
  4. I saw this video of the Graduate Student Visiting Day organized by the Psychology Department at North Carolina State University. You can see how applicants, current students, and faculty members are dressed. I'm a female in my early 20s, and I plan on wearing a pair of Old Navy's Mid-Rise Pull-On Straight Pants for Women with a neutral (probably black) sweater, neutral (again, probably black) collared cardigan, and black booties. Personally, I don't feel comfortable wearing proper business slacks or a matching suit and I think this would be obvious to everyone else, too. It's not my style, and
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