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  1. I've been reading forum after forum about people who got accepted and rejected from speech path grad schools. I'm kind of freaking out because the people who were accepted have such higher stats than me. I'm double majoring in communication sciences and disorders and psychology, have a 3.5 GPA, I am only a junior so I have not taken the GRE but on practice tests I've scored a 285 which I know isn't that great but I've been studying hard. I have over 100 volunteer hours at the children's hospital, on the board of NSSLHA, president of my school's psychology honors society, am a campus student ambassador, on the board of 3 humanitarian clubs, volunteer once a month at a center for adults with special needs as well as a center for children with special needs, I'm a psychology research assistant, I speak Arabic as well as know sign language, and occasionally volunteer at the Ronald McDonald House. I know my extracurriculars are fine but everyone seems to have a 300 on the GRE and a 3.7-4.0 GPA I feel so average. My top schools are Saint Xavier University, Midwestern, Lewis University (they're opening a new program during my application season.) and Governors State all in Illinois. Has anyone gotten into any of those schools with a similar GPA and GRE? I'm freaking out I know my GPA isn't horrible but it's also not the best...it just seems so average.
  2. Need help deciding. Research from both interest me. Post graduation job opportunities and overall reputation are the two factors I'm considering. Please suggest, thanks!
  3. I submitted my application back at the early deadline and it was confirmed that all of my supporting materials and fees had come in a couple of weeks later, but I still haven’t heard anything? I applied to the gerontology concentration and they told me it’d only be about 2 to 3 weeks to hear back about a decision, but my admissions status is still listed as pending. I’ve tried to get in contact with someone to no avail lol. So it’d be nice to hear about how long you had to wait! Also, if you have estimates for how long it took to hear back from Georgia State, that’s good too!
  4. Hi!! I'm going to be interviewing at GA State tomorrow, and I wanted to know if anyone has any experience/insight into their interview process. Do they interview all potential applicants? What sorts of questions do they ask? What are some good questions to ask them? If you're a current GSU student, would you recommend the program? How is it different than others? Thanks!
  5. Hi everyone! I'm just about done applying to graduate schools in speech language pathology and now it's all about waiting...To all of you who are on the same boat as me, best of luck to all of us! Anyway, Georgia State University is the first school I applied to and I heard back from them to come in for an interview (yay!!!). I wanted to see if anyone can offer some tips and information about the interview, what kind of questions I should be prepared for, and generally what to expect in regards to the interview day. Any input will be greatly appreciated, thanks so much!!
  6. I got admit by the MS in Analytics program at Georgia State U with GA and tuition waiver. I couldn't find much information about this program. I'm an international student, so I will need sponsorship to work after graduation. Is this program a good one? It has good courses and high placement rate, but I'm still not sure if Atlanta is a good place to develop career in the data field. By the way, I also have admissions from the MSDS program at U of San Francisco, and MS-MIS at Texas A&M, anyone can share come comments on these three programs? Thanks.
  7. Hey y'all! I'm from Texas, and I'm currently applying to a bunch of different schools. I was wondering if anyone has any good information on the schools below to share! It would really be so helpful! Schools: University of Tennessee HSC, Texas Christian University, University of Oklahoma HSC, UMass Amherst, Washington State, Abilene Christian, Auburn, Harding University, Georgia State University, Baylor University Honestly, I am very interested in all of what these programs have, but I would love any feedback if y'all go there now/know more about these programs! I'm especially interested in focusing in autism, aphasia, and working in the school setting for a while.
  8. Hello! Starting this thread for graduate students going to Georgia State in the Fall! Hopefully, we can share information about living in Atlanta or maybe find some potential roommates.
  9. Hello-- Anyone out there here back on FA 2017 applications to Georgia State University's Literary Studies program? what does it mean if you're accepted, but waitlisted for funding? I wasn't sure if this is due to stronger applicants? Finally, anyone aware of funding issues at GSU? Much thanks!!!
  10. I have admits from both GSU and UH, What do you guys recommend. Its so difficult to pick GSU - Tuition 12k per semester - Professors are super friendly UH - Tuition 8k per semester - Professors are (lets not use that word here) Any pointers would be helpful
  11. Is there anyone else attending Georgia State this fall? What program?
  12. Has any 1 heard from Georgia state university biology dept regarding Phd admits for fall 2016
  13. Hi guys, after being a diligent follower of the site, here goes my first post. I am an international student interested in environmental policy PhD for fall 2016. I have applied to 5 schools: UCSB bren school, Georgia State University, University of south florida, Penn State, UWash. Masters in Environmental Science with 83%, GRE: 311, TOEFL: 110, one internship in environmental consultancy, one project on ecosystem valuation during masters, one internship with a government organisation, decent LORs, One paper under review. no such background with policy work though tried to make a connection in my SOP UCSB is my dream school, but haven't heard from them till now. I checked on the result page and one student has already got his/her acceptance 10 days ago. Is it true that Universities send acceptances first and rejections later, as they were suppose to inform you by the first week of FEB. How selective is the school? what are my chances with this profile? I got in touch with POI as well, had a good skype talk, but final decision lays in the hands of admission committee. Also, in my SOPs, I have not mentioned in detail about my intended research (just a paragraph or so) and focused mostly on my previous research and training experience in most of the schools. I have read somewhere that if they can't identify a proper research idea from your SOP, you will not be able to get admission. is it true? Should I start preparing to apply for more schools with late deadlines, but then there's funding problem also i guess. I am getting really worried now as I can't afford to wait for another year. I understand ours is a relatively new small blooming field, so any help in any way (to calm my nerves) would be really appreciated.
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