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  1. ...Why was this thread not a thing?! LOL The main psychology thread has gotten so overwhelming with people across so many different areas. It’s too hard to keep up. I also enjoy reading the invites vs. the applicant threads separately. All my fellow Clinically Psychology PhD/PsyD applicants, please feel free to keep this specific thread going with your thoughts, worries, comments, exciting and depressing stories, and all in between... We are all in this miserable hell of a ride together for at least another month or two lmao.. #canitbeoveralready
  2. .......Can we? Come together and bask in our anxieties and worries? Am I the only one here? 😭😭😭😭😭😭 Today I woke up wanting to e-mail the PI (at my top program) and telling them that they’re my #1 choice, lmao. It’s only been a week post-interview for this program, but I love it SO freaking much..... and the PI immediately responded to my post-interview email with such great/warm feedback........... Ugh. What are all of you thinking about and ruminating over? I would cancel my upcoming interviews immediately if I received an offer from this PI, tbh 😩😭
  3. Hi there! I am new to gradcafe so apologies if there are errors with this posting - I think I accidentally posted this as a reply to an existing thread originally. I'm applying to Clinical Psych PhD programs for the first time and am super nervous about realistically being admitted to the programs I am applying to (a total of six). Would love to hear thoughts or experiences from anyone who is currently or had previously applied to the following schools: Drexel University Temple University John Jay at CUNY Fordham University George Mason University Montclair State University Thanks in advance! Also I would love to do a SoP exchange for feedback/comments with anyone else applying to these schools (especially other applicants hoping to work with faculty studying forensic psychology, antisocial behavior, and disadvantaged populations.) Thank you!
  4. Hey Everyone, I got accepted for my first interview on February 9th for a clinical psychology PhD program. I've never done in interview for a graduate program, and am unsure how to prepare between now and then to maximize my chance at a succesful interview. I've recieved some suggestions about doing mock-interviews with friends or colleages, as well as writing out all possible questions and responses to those questions as a way to rehearse. I also realize that I should be researching both what my Principle Investigator of interest has been researching (e.g, read her past publications) , as well as what her graduate students are now researching. Do you think mock-interviews and pre-writing responses to potential questions is effective? Is there anything glaring that I'm missing and should be doing? I want to prepare for this interview as much as possible and really nail it. Thank you very much, in advance, for your help! Regards, Curtis
  5. experiencedgradconsultant

    Clinical Psychology PhD Admissions Consultant?

    Hey all, I am a current 3rd year at UNC's Clinical Psychology PhD program who completed the NIH Post-Bac IRTA program and took off a year to travel (which made my application extremely competitive!). I've been reflecting on how much I've learned about what kills applicants chances and what makes a strong applicant and interview since I've begun reviewing applications and interviewing for my own PI. I want to utilize my experience and knowledge to help others give themselves the best shot at the admissions process. I am considering putting together a website to advertise my services (help figuring out what experience you need to make yourself a competitive applicant, assistance creating a realistic selection of schools to apply to, reviews of personal statements, assistance prepping for interviews, ) but wanted to gauge interest. I know a lot of people offered me advice along the way but realistically, only some of it is helpful and unfortunately, a lot of it is out of date. The admissions process is so much more competitive now than ever before for clinical psychology and I want to be a resource for others. Thoughts on whether you think this would be a service you wished existed would be great! I would conduct all services via phone or FaceTime and make payments easy online.
  6. So, I'm wondering how important this thing we call "fit" really is when it comes to getting a PhD in clinical psychology? For instance, were you to only receive one offer of admission can you really afford to be "picky" about that? Suppose that, throughout the interview process, you realized that you had reservations about the program and lab, the mentor is trying to move their research in a different direction which doesn't mesh as well with your interests (no other faculty there study your interest either), and students in the lab seemed very stressed out (substantially more than at any other interview you attended). You could even say with certainty that, if you had to reapply in a future cycle, you would not apply to that program/lab. If that program is the only one you receive an offer of admission from are you better off (a) accepting it because, at least it's a clinical PhD program and you can begin the training and everything moving toward your eventual goals or (b) declining the offer, trying to find a paid RA position in a relevant lab, and reapplying for the next cycle? Before anyone gets upset/defensive--this is all hypothetical right now, I'm not holding an offer to a program I don't particularly want to attend. It is the only waitlist I'm on which is still active (having not received any offers and being rejected off all other waitlists) and I'm trying to prepare for the possibility of having to make such a decision a day before the deadline. I feel crazy for even asking this question because I worked so hard (not to mention the financial investment) trying to get into a program and I can't imagine any other path that I would be happy pursuing. Plus it really seems ridiculous to think that choosing to wait (without a fully formed contingency plan) might be better than attending a program should the opportunity arise, but you hear so much about "fit" going through this process and it's left me wondering if that is just a luxury for situations where one has a choice or if it is still that critical of a factor when you don't have options of where to go?
  7. adgrant43

    How many get interviews?

    I just got invited to an interview at Yeshiva for the Clinical Psych. PhD program!!! I'm over the moon about it!!! On the YU webpage they say that the entering class generally has 15-18 students, but I was wondering if anyone knows how many students they interview for those spots.
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