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  1. Ok, it is different everywhere in the planet, but we sort of have to do it. Those of us who sat for comps, let's pass on our tips, what worked for us and what didn't, for upcoming fellow exam-takers. Some guiding questions (not binding, of course) Can you briefly describe the format of your exam? (No need to name school) How did you organize your fields? How did you organize your notes? What have you learned in the process? What was useless/didn't work? My two cents Format: Three fields (one modern, one colonial, one of my choice), 24hours open b
  2. Hi Everyone, I'm wanting to do speech but i'm scared that I will fail. Can anyone help me understand the curriculum at Emerson and University of St. Augustine. How are the classes? How many chapters did yall have to read? Were the exams hard? How can I make a B? Are the classes proctored?
  3. Hi: So I'm a couple of weeks away from my comprehensive/qualifying examinations and I still have several books that I need to read. I'm looking for honesty - how often when you were studying did you simply read the intro/conclusion of a book AND/OR just book reviews? I'm the kind of person who enjoys reading as much of the book as possible - but it's crunch time and I'm looking for comfort in numbers. Thanks!
  4. So I take the NCE in April, and would like advice on how to study and what to study! Prep books? Websites? Free stuff? Also any information on what your experience was like taking the test would be great! Trying to just take this expensive exam once
  5. Hello Everyone! I'm pretty happy to have been given permission to share my grad school application process with you guys here. I've been meaning to blog about my experiences with the application anyway, so it's nice to have an audience waiting. To introduce myself my name is Jenny hence the username, and I am in my fourth year of my Honours B.A. with Specialization in Psychology. This means not only am I applying to grad school for the first time, but I'm (attempting) to complete my final year of my undergrad which has unfortunately been the hardest year yet. Maybe it's the pressure I'm
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