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reipls

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About reipls

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    New Jersey
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    Cognitive Science

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  1. True, I think focusing more on my job would be the way to go, I’ll definitely think more about it. I’ll look into online conferences as well, I think the prelim data we have currently can definitely be turned into a poster. Would POI’s scheduling calls with you be a good sign, or would that only increase the chances slightly?
  2. I don’t have any posters/pubs, I was gonna be working on a paper with a postdoc at one of the labs but COVID-19 really messed with those plans (visa issues on her end). I do have a lab meeting presentation, though, and I’m planning on writing a paper to provide as a writing sample that encapsulates my work done thus far at the lab. Thing is, I’m not too sure about this cycle. I was pretty confident-ish initially, but I feel like, after doing my fair bit of reading on the ~PhD life~ that I need a bit more experience. I also don’t think I can afford submitting 10 apps this cycle, unfortunately.
  3. Based on my experience/qualifications I don’t know if I should even apply. I’m having really bad bouts of Imposter Syndrome, and it’s been interfering with my ability to make decisions, so I don’t know if I’m beating myself up too much. At the same time, though, I know that BU is quite prestigious, and looking through accepted students’ profiles, they have a few more years of experience than I do. Here’s my profile: Undergrad Institution: Rutgers University - NB Major: Cognitive Science (neuroscience track) Minors: Philosophy, Korean Studies Overall GPA: 3.52, Major GPA: 3.
  4. I am a recent graduate from Rutgers University - New Brunswick who majored in Cognitive Science (neuroscience track) and double minored in philosophy and Korean studies. I'm looking to apply to Cognitive Psychology/Cognitive Neuroscience/Behavioral Neuroscience Ph.D. programs this upcoming cycle (I've included a list of the schools I'm looking at, as well as their programs). Overall GPA: 3.52 Major GPA: 3.76 (should I include this in my CV?) GRE: 160 V, 158 Q (still haven't taken it yet but hoping to get a 320-325 when I do). Research Experience: Will amount to about 1.5
  5. I am a recent graduate from Rutgers University - New Brunswick who majored in Cognitive Science (neuroscience track) and minored in philosophy. I'm looking to apply to Cognitive Psychology/Cognitive Neuroscience/Behavioral Neuroscience Ph.D. programs this upcoming cycle. My overall GPA is a 3.52 (3.76 major GPA, idk if I should include this in my CV as well). I've been doing research at a lab at my undergraduate institution for about a year now, and will hopefully continue doing so full-time until August 2020. I can probably get two LORs from my lab, and another from a past professor. I unfort
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