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  1. Hi Everyone, I was wondering if anyone has any experience(s) they could share regarding University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire's Online Hybrind program for Speech and Langauge Pathology vs. Idaho State's Online hybrid program. I've been admitted to both and they are very similar so it's hard for me to decide which one I'd like to attend. Any help is much appreciated. Would love to communicate with current or former students. Thanks, Robert C.
  2. I'm looking into application deadlines for Florida grad programs in February of 2018, and NOVA popped up (taking the GRE in Dec). The main campus seems to be in Fort Lauderdale, with others in Orlando, Miami, etc. They don't require the GRE according to edfind, but they also receive upwards of 900 applicants each term!! Does anyone actually go here?! It's like this mystery school and I'm hoping to find any relevant info. Thanks for the help!
  3. So I got accepted into NYU's grad program for SLP and was also accepted into the University of Washington's post bac program. I would love to immediately start grad school at NYU but I have to take prereq courses there before I take grad courses. This means it'll take me 3-4 years to complete everything AKA longer AKA more expensive tuition. Has anyone completed the prereqs at NYU? If so, how long did it take you to complete? How's the program? I could also just do a post bacc and reapply to grad schools next year. This would be cheaper and it would take 3 years altogether. Either way, it'll take me >2 years. Anyone have advice on what I should consider? Anyone know about these programs and want to share with me their experiences? Anything and everything would be helpful. Thank you!!
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