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  1. Hello! I am super nervous about my grad applications. I am applying to two online programs (WKU and Idaho state) and 6 others in my area-ish. I'm concerned about the waitlist situation. For example: If i get waitlisted to my number one choice and get accepted somewhere else, say I choose to hold my spot where I'm accepted and hear back from my first choice school very late (say end of April/early May), how do I go about switching? I'm worried that I'm not considered "competitive" as an applicant. GRE scores are 152V, 149Q, and 4.0W. My Cumulative GPA is 3.52 and in major is 3.67. I finished my undergrad in three years instead of four and worked full time! Lastly, is anyone interested in any non-conventional forms of speech therapy? I would like to eventually learn about hippotheray (combines horses)? If so, is an interest in something "different" a good thing or bad thing when it comes to applying? Thanks for reading!
  2. Hello! I am super nervous about my grad applications. I am applying to two online programs (WKU and Idaho state) and 6 others in my area-ish. I'm concerned about the waitlist situation. For example: If i get waitlisted to my number one choice and get accepted somewhere else, say I choose to hold my spot where I'm accepted and hear back from my first choice school very late (say end of April/early May), how do I go about switching? I'm worried that I'm not considered "competitive" as an applicant. GRE scores are 152V, 149Q, and 4.0W. My Cumulative GPA is 3.52 and in major is 3.67. I finished my undergrad in three years instead of four and worked full time! Lastly, is anyone interested in any non-conventional forms of speech therapy? I would like to eventually learn about hippotheray (combines horses)? If so, is an interest in something "different" a good thing or bad thing when it comes to applying? Thanks for reading!
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