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I am currently reading about grad school on here and reddit and stressing myself out about not getting into grad school. I am still going to remain positive and try my best (despite my lower GPA), but I'm also looking into backup plans, just to be safe. I'm currently working in a school district doing intervention, but that is not a career. I know teaching is an obvious back up but I'm just not sure that's for me. So what are some of yalls backup plans? Whether it is persuing a second bachelors, a Masters in a different field, or a certificate type program. Just curious!
Hi everyone, I need some help developing a strategic back up plan! Last year, my senior year in undergrad, I applied to 14 clinical psychology PhD programs, got 2 interviews, and was ultimately rejected. After graduation in April, I've spent my time retaking the GRE, continuing to work on my research teams (I have done research since my sophomore year in college), working on an independent research project, and getting clinical experience as a Psychiatric Technician in a Mental Health Facility. Now that it's time to reapply, I need to build some back-up master's degree programs into my pl