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    I/O Psychology

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  1. Two roads diverged in a yellow wood, And sorry I could not travel both And be one traveler, long I stood And looked down one as far as I could To where it bent in the undergrowth; Then took the other, as just as fair And having perhaps the better claim, Because it was grassy and wanted wear; Though as for that, the passing there Had worn them really about the same,
  2. This was kinda strange. I was in a meeting at 6:30 and got a call from an unknown number. My voicemail box is full (I HATE checking voice mails. It's a pain.), but I call the number back 5 minutes later. It's App State's admission office? The office is closed since it's after 5:00 pm...? I got rejected from App State a couple of weeks ago, and didn't believe I was on a waiting list or anything like that. Now I gotta wait 'till tomorrow morning to find out what that call was about. At least I'm in one of my top picks for school, so I'm not really all that concerned, but if, on the off chance
  3. @Newms - Thanks for the encouragement! I had totally spaced on reading up on their publications. I remember the esoteric things, but forget the common-sense stuff. 'Preciate ya!
  4. Hi ya'll, I'm heading down to Florida tomorrow for an open house for admitted students on Friday. I'm psyched about the visit, but a little nervous at the same time. I'll most likely be moving down there, 7 hours away from where I am now. If someone else was posting this, I'd say a few of the following: A.) They already accepted you, so they obviously want you there. Quit worrying! B.) Dress nicely, as in dressy jeans or khakis, and a polo. C.) Play nice with others, as this is the first impression outside of your application they're getting. Also, get to know your cohorts. D.) Drive
  5. Anyone have any suggestions as to places that are < 3 mi. from campus? I bike a lot, and am looking for somewhere relatively close. I'm visiting UCF this upcoming weekend for an open house, and I'm checking out Highpoint Club and a couple of other places near campus. My ideal place to live would be an old house partitioned into separate dwellings... Anyone know of anywhere like this near campus?
  6. Rejection from App State today.
  7. Update: West Florida - Rejection
  8. I agree, it's tough to be over-dressed but it's always easy to be under-dressed. A nice pair of khakis and a button up, or even a nice polo is a classy, easy-to-wear outfit. Or some non-distressed, darker denim jeans would work also, with a nice shirt and an undershirt. Just no jorts (jean shorts) and wifebeaters, please.
  9. Heard back from a couple more places for their MA/MS programs: Central Florida: Accepted West Florida: Rejected Florida Tech: Waitlisted
  10. I hope this info helps someone. These are the programs whose deadline have not passed, and the info I have on the school along with some notes. If you would like any more info, PM me or just go to their website === U of Tenn @ Chattanooga - Deadline: March 15 Admission Criteria: http://www.utc.edu/Academic/Industrial-OrganizationalPsychology/AdmissionCriteria.php Application Process: http://www.utc.edu/Academic/Industrial-OrganizationalPsychology/Admissions.php === Appalachian State - Deadline March 1st Admission Requirements: Baccalaureate degree from an accredited col
  11. Hiya duoduo, I'm guessing you've already checked out siop.org? http://www.siop.org/gtp/ is the link to their ranking resources and info about PhD programs in I/O and HRM.
  12. For me, the last section of the GRE both times I took it was optional; it was entirely new question types. Needless to say, after working steadily for 2.5+ hours, I didn't take the last part of the test. The kicker, though, was they they gave cash rewards to test takers who took the experimental section and significantly improved their score from the "normal" GRE section.
  13. Saik

    sub 3.0 GPAs

    Same thing happened to me! 2.4ish GPA in undergrad, 3.7ish in 21 hours of post bacc-work, a 1300+ GRE score and I thought I wouldn't get in anywhere. I got accepted into one of my top three programs! Granted, it was provisionally, but as long as I make above a 3.0 my first year there I believe I'll be fine. Congrats!
  14. Hey, congrats yourself! Did they make any mention of funding in your email or in the letter? I'm going down there for the accepted student open house April 1st; are you?
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