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  1. Hello, I am applying to several PsyD grad school programs, but I do not have an undergraduate degree in psychology. As such, there are a few prerequisites I need to complete. Several schools have listed "experimental psychology" as one of their prerequisites, but I cannot find a school that offers this course this spring or summer, including huge state schools like university of Maryland. Am I missing something here? Is this the same course as "Research Methods in Psychology"? Cuz that is the course I keep seeing again and again. I am unable to actually speak to a human being in
  2. Hi everyone, So I've been admitted into three Masters programs for Experimental Psychology and I need help deciding. A little background. I applied to a few programs last year while I was still in undergrad and was accepted into two programs. One was a sub-field that I ultimately decided not to go into, and another was an almost perfect offer (great school, nearby, involved faculty...) but with a 25k price tag for the education per year alone with no available funding which would have meant that I needed to take out a lot of loans. I decided not to enroll in either program and instea
  3. I saw this type of thread for other majors and I thought I start one here. This in no way is meant to pressure individuals to make decisions but rather help the waitlisters in being able to know if there is hope in getting into the program of choice. I hope this thread will be helpful for everyone who is involved in this hectic process of grad school applications.
  4. Hello! So, I have been making myself crazy the past few days deciding which school to choose for my Master's. Here is the deal. I have narrowed it down to Appalachian State and Illinois State. Illinois State offered me a tuition remission and a small stipend (about $420 a month). Appalachian State offered me in-state tuition and a small stipend (about the same as ISU). I know, it seems obvious, but there are other factors. First, ISU is a Developmental Psychology program. My eventual goal is to go into Clinical Psychology, but I am interested in research that merges Developmental and Clin
  5. Hi everyone, I need some help developing a strategic back up plan! Last year, my senior year in undergrad, I applied to 14 clinical psychology PhD programs, got 2 interviews, and was ultimately rejected. After graduation in April, I've spent my time retaking the GRE, continuing to work on my research teams (I have done research since my sophomore year in college), working on an independent research project, and getting clinical experience as a Psychiatric Technician in a Mental Health Facility. Now that it's time to reapply, I need to build some back-up master's degree programs into my pl
  6. Hello, I need some advice, I have gone over the pros and cons for both schools numerous times. I ultimately want to pursue a PhD in Clinical Psychology (neuropsychcology). I have received offers from two programs. I am not sure which school has a better program, or are they similar in terms of quality? What will help my application when I apply for PhD programs? Here are the two: San Jose State University - MA Research and Experimental Psyhcology Humboldt State University - MA Psychology, Academic Research They are both CSUs, but Humboldt is less known. San Jose has g
  7. Professor Lawrence Patihis at the University of Southern Mississippi am able to take one more doctoral graduate student. Once he takes this graduate student he will not be taking another for another 4 years, so this is a limited time offer. Deadline is March 1st, 2017. Start date is August 15th 2017. He welcomes applications from high achieving students. Doctoral programs are demanding, as is the job market, and the jobs themselves, so ideally applicants should really like memory distortion research, have a GPA above 3.5, and high GREs. Very high achieving bachelors applicants or th
  8. Anyone else apply to Masters programs in Psychology in California for Fall 2012? I applied to these following schools: -San Francisco State MA Social Psychology -San Jose State MA Experimental Psychology -CSULB MA Psychological Research -CSULA MA Psychology -CSU Fullerton MA Psychological Research but have yet to hear from any of them. Just wondering if there was anyone else in the same/similar boat!
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