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Is Audiology considered a STEM major? I am applying for something and it is specifically for STEM majors. Is the PhD only considered STEM maybe or does anyone know if the Au.D. counts. I am aware it is a science, but there are specific majors under this umbrella. I read a super old article saying it was not, but since the article was super SUPER old, I didn't know if someone had more updated information. It would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
I've seen on the results page some people post something like: "just checked the portal, says decision made: rejected" or "got an email to check the portal" What is this secret portal everyone talks about? Is it the place where I can log in to check the status of my application once I have submitted it? Like right now, one of my applications says Application Status: Submitted. Is this the place that is the "portal"? Will my application status change or is there another secret portal I don't know about? Someone posted a school updated their portal and that's how they found out their fate but I checked my status at the same school (the one I used as an example above) and nothing has changed. Thanks for the help! And sorry if this is confusing because I am confusing myself typing this out!
Hello all! Here's the deal: I graduate from the University of Montevallo in May 2018. I'm the former secretary and current VP of NSSLHA. I've done qualitative research in the area of aphasia as primary investigator, and am positive I will be able to get above average recommendation letters from professors. BUT, my GPA is on the low end. I took dual enrollment classes in high school and ended up with several B's and a couple of C's. I didn't know what I wanted to do with my life then, and of course had no idea how competitive SLP programs are. Assuming I get all A's this fall, my GPA will end up being a 3.56. My current GRE score is 294 and 3.5 writing. I'm retaking it in the beginning of November. I'm applying to severallllll schools in the southeast. My top choices are University of Tennessee, University of Memphis, East Tennessee State University and the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill (long shot, I know, but many of their faculty have done research in aphasia and I thought I might have a chance considering my background.) What kind of chances do I have? Any advice as far as personal statements, recommendation letters, etc would be much appreciated!
Hi friends I am starting the Communications Science and Disorders SLP program this Fall 2016 at University of Central Florida. I'm looking for 2 or 3 roommates in the program to live with! Price range is flexible and suggestions of places to live are very welcome! If interested, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org