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  1. Here are others: Yeshiva University Case Western Reserve Massachusetts General Hospital Institute of Health Sciences University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center University of Texas San Antonio Health Sciences Center Texas Tech Health Sciences Center Rocky Mountain University of Health Sciences University of Washington Medical SLP track
  2. You have to find the school that values you. Go visit and speak with the professors/directors. I had a 2.7 overall and 4.0 in CSD courses and got in. There is a school for everyone.
  3. Do you know if all graduates of the Doctor of SLP are working and can you teach with the degree?
  4. I would ask why their completion rate, praxis pass rate are low
  5. I had a horrible, racist and nasty clinical supervisor who was a control freak and backstabbed me on paper but was all polyanna in my in person interactions. I wish I knew how to advocate for myself to not be placed in a setting I didn't want. I documented everything the bully bitch did to me. Basically it came down to me acting and being like her or she would fail me instead of allowing me to be creative. All my other externships turned out fine. One thing I go out of that place was it demonstrated how NOT to mentor a novice into the field. I got out of that backward, intolerant helhole part
  6. I graduated with my master's. It can be done, but your choices might be limited. Also, don't just apply to CSDCAS schools, but use ASHA to find other schools. I think the schools on CSDCAS are more competitive. My undergrad school used percentages and not the 4.0 system used by CSDCAS which gave a 2.9. I emailed over 200 schools to find out who is likely going to accept me. I got rejected by CSDCAS schools unfortunately, but got into others at that time. I think it's because my CSD GPA was a 4.0 so I highlighted that in my well-written and passionate personal statement which helped.
  7. Your body knows when it has reached its limit. You should consider cutting down some GA-ship hours or clinic assistant. Focus on learning the material. You have the next 40 years to work.
  8. I can't open your file but based on my experience when I applied, you should be fine for the middle-tier NYC schools. You may need higher for TC. Your may also need higher GPA for the CUNY schools. NYU said their minimum to be considered when I spoke to admissions is 3.5 so you're on track. NYMC and Adelphi needs around 3.6. LIU Post accepted people with sub 3.0 overall in the past but may need to have good application profile like good SOP, interview and related experience to balance it out. Yeshiva U cares about grades in the prequisited and also look at the big picture.
  9. Yes, if you earned grades or received credit, you have to report it.
  10. Provisional acceptance is given for a number of reasons. You may need to send extra documents like transcripts before the start of the program, take a course etc. Some of the international students at my school need to take the TOEFL and send the scores before they arrived. The other reason is the committee may see your potential in the program and want to allow you to prove your worth by maintaining a B average for the specified period. It could be a semester. If you do bad, you will be dismissed. So you are accepted but only if you fulfill their condition. First, clarify what "pro
  11. I wouldn't mention it. Focus on your values and life philosophy and discuss how those can be applied to your goals in the field.
  12. Are there no grants and scholarships you are able to apply at your college? I was eligible for grants and got a scholarship. Also, when I was researching the field, I was advised to email the program directors and inquire for GA, TAships. Sometimes, they do not advertise because they are bogged down with administrative tasks. My director announced the job during one of our lecture, and some applied and got it.
  13. The courses are called: CDIS Neuroscience of Communication and CDIS Introduction to Communication Disorders https://my.enmu.edu/web/cdis/online-courses
  14. I am an INFJs and I think my functions can explain why I'm here. Ni manifests a lot during therapy where I can't explain why my client is doing what but I follow it and it seems to work. My auxiliary Fe attempts to maintain harmony in the world and to make meaningful connections. I truly believe this is one reason I entered the field. My dominant function is my Ni and I think the field allows me to use it to my advantage especially those who have difficulty to communicate. I am at a phase in my life where I am starting to balance my Ti, my tertiary function and I find the science aspect of the
  15. It was short and the clinical director interviewed me. They asked about why you want to go to the program, what experiences you had and why SLP. Good luck!
  16. Take both of them at Eastern New Mexico! They are both offered in the summer.
  17. I think the maths section can be difficult for those who didn't major in maths or engineering. I majored in linguistics and in high school, I was getting 50-60% in my math courses. I suspect it may be also due to lack of confidence and I did not acquire the fundamentals early on so it became a challenge. When it came time to review for the GRE, I was overwhelmed so I chose to spend a year studying for it. I consulted some engineers and they strongly recommend getting the Barron's math review book. It goes through all the maths concepts step by step. I studied for 1 year before taki
  18. When I applied to Syracuse, 190 of us were interviewed. From there, 60 were offered admissions and about 40-45 accepted.
  19. Close to $4500. I applied to 6 schools, had my degrees assessed by a credential evaluating agency, traveling and flight fees to 3 of the schools to interview and visit, GRE scores, application fees, clearing house application centre, transcripts, mailing.
  20. Suit, tie and slacks for men. A nice watch and polished shoes also helped. The girls wore skirts, blouse, jacket, dresses, flat shoes or heels and some light jewelry like a watches, earrings and rings.
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