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  1. I'm planning to apply to a few clinical programs next year to begin in Fall 2022. I'm interested in the MSc at Acadia, PsyD at UPEI, and PsyD at Memorial. I'm hoping someone can provide me with some insight into the importance of undergrad stats grades for these applications. In my intro stats course I got an A+, but only got a B in advanced stats. I've been told by some that a B is not good enough, while others say it is perfectly fine. Should I be concerned about this grade assuming everything else in my application is good? Thanks in advance!
  2. I'm starting a PhD program at UNC-Chapel Hill this August, and I've never lived on the east coast or visited for more than a few days. I'm from New Mexico/Colorado, so I'm used to the dry, arid temps and cooler nights. I'm also more used to the very laid-back, easy-going clothing style here! Does anyone have any advice about the types of clothes that girls wear around the east coast, and what is appropriate for a grad school look? I want to update my wardrobe from the "collegiate" style to a more "adult" style but am pretty sure that I won't be wearing pencil skirts and heels around campus/lab all day. I'm also curious what types of supplies and bags people use in grad school.. do you have a backpack or a messenger bag or simply a computer? Carry a lunch bag? What works best for you? I'm not picky on any style and I'm sure it'll depend on how much stuff I'm carrying around, etc. Just looking for extra advice that I can think about! Thanks!
  3. Hello Everyone I'm new to the site so bare with me. I am interested in applying to a school on the Eastern Coast being that i am from NC. I have recently graduated with a BSW and i am very interested in apply for a MSW clinical practice track program. However i am not interest in taking the GRE being that i am not one that does well on standardized test. I have been looking to the University of Maryland in Baltimore ( i feel this school is perfect for me because hey have clinical track, the location for a great internship with oppressed individuals, and they offer a specialized in Mental health and substance abuse). The thing is that because i feel this is the perfect school, my mind will not allow me become interested in other programs. And this is where i need help. I am interested in a MSW program that is clinical track that is located on the Eastern Coast with a fairy low tuition that does not require a GRE and that does have a certification or specialization in MH/SA or medical. Thanks for the help
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