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  1. Dear colleagues, I am going to study for the GRE Psychology Subject Test. Is there anyone who would like join me (from 1 to 3 ppl)? I am working on a study plan by 7 main areas included in the test. For the beginning I think I'll spend 6-8 hours a week. Hope to form a very productive group and enjoy learning! Let me know if you are interested. Thanks in advance! Best, Inga
  2. So I have a sociology BA degree, and I'm really interested in getting my masters and PhD or Psy.D in clinical pyschology. I have very minimal undergrad psychology background, less than a minor. I only graduated less than a year ago (June 2017), and I'm about to sign up for the psychology subject test to spice up my applications. Anyway would anyone mind giving me some tips towards the test? I recently bought an intro to psych book, the Gleitman 7th edition. I have the princeton and kaplan review books. The test is in April of 2018, and I'll most likely take it again in October depending on my test score. I really want to score extremely high due to my lack of experience in research. (&I'm also in a online post-bacc program at UC Berkley to cover my psych courses that I'm missing) Anyways, any type of tips or advice would help! Thank you
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