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Hi everyone, I'm currently an SLP undergraduate at a local CSU. I'm interested in applying to graduate school in California but want to know what experience, test scores, GPA, etc I should have to remain competitive. Has anyone gotten accepted to the CSUF, CSULB, or Chapman SLP Grad program? If so, what were your stats related to scores/gpa/experience? Any advice as well?
I recently got waitlisted into the graduate program of my dreams. I know being waitlisted is not good nor bad. In the words of my counselor, "It is easier to reject someone than it is to waitlist someone." Idk what I should do for the time being. I feel like I am hanging by the edge of a cliff until I hear back from the admissions committee. In the mean time, I thought about retaking my GRE (I barely met the required scores to apply) and reapplying in the fall as well as to other programs (SDSU and USD). I figured that if I posted this it will somehow calm my nerves down or talk to others who are also in purgatory like me. To those who applied to Chapman's MFT program, have any of you gotten out of the waitlist and accepted into the program? Also, is there anything else I can do or do I just wait and see if someone rejects the school's offer? Also, any advice for someone who's riding on a rollercoaster full of anxiety?
I just got accepted into Chapman's post-bac program for spring 2017! I'm going to accept. However, I've been talking to an admissions counselor from NYU who keeps pushing me to apply for the grad program instead since they're also offering a post-bac (foundations courses) within their grad program as well. They said they "can't guarantee" they would accept the post-bac courses from Chapman if I chose to apply for the grad program only without the foundations courses. Have any of you gotten accepted into Chapman's post-bac for spring 2017? It is much cheaper than doing the foundation courses through NYU's online program. And for those of you who have finished a post bac elsewhere, did you run into issues with transferring those courses over to NYU's online distance grad program? (I prefer to go to a school cheaper than NYU's ridiculously priced $99,000+ grad program which includes foundation courses!)