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Someone made a similar thread last year just to have a separate thread for neuroscience PhD applications for the 2018 cohort. Hopefully it'll help reduce a little bit of the interview/decisions anxiety if we're all in the same boat!
Heyy ! I thought it would be a good idea to start a separate forum for neuroscience PhD applications for 2018 cohort. I know that people have started getting invites from a few places like the Brandeis universities. What about other schools, any ideas?
I've been meaning to write this post (and another that is hopefully coming soon) for a while but life happens. I was able to go visit my future grad program a few weeks ago and I plan to write about that next but for now, I want to talk about something I think will be a little more universal - the mental side of the grad school process, as far as I've experienced anyway. For me, and I'm sure many others, grad school was always just a far off thing I knew I'd do eventually but didn't put an incredible amount of thought into until I was about halfway done with college (about a y
I am from Asia and currently in USA on F2 visa. I have BSc (Speciality Chemistry) four year degree with a GPA of 3.2. I was graduated in 2008. I have no research experience after I graduated but worked as a school teacher for 5 years. I would like to do further studies in chemistry. However, I am worried as I have a low GPA. Is it possible to strengthen my application with a high score of GRE Chemistry test? Can I show some more knowledge I acquire through online chemistry courses at coursera? Any more suggestions...