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  1. Hi everyone, I'm planning to reapply to IO Psychology PhD programs, not sure exactly when, but hopefully next year or in the next couple of years. Is there anyone here who was rejected the first time they applied, reapplied again, and then got accepted? If so, what did you do more of, or less of, or really focus the second time around? Did you apply the year right after or waited a couple of years? Did you get your Masters' degree first and then applied to PhD programs? I would love to get some advice and insight! Thanks in advance!
  2. What kind of positions are there for an organizational psychologist whose primary interest is leadership and organizational ethics?
  3. Profile Evaluation: GRE: 305 (Q: 157, V: 148) IELTS (To be given) 70% in Pune University (Mechanical Engineering) Summer School on Automotive and Mobility Studies at RWTH Aachen University, 1 year sales engineer in a manufacturing firm, 1 month internship in a manufacturing firm (project on lean manufacturing), 1 year project done at a manufacturing firm, participated in SAE Supra, 1 local paper publication. Kindly suggest universities for USA and Germany (both automotive and industrial engineering)
  4. Hello all, Has anyone heard back from the NYU I/O masters program? I'm worried I've missed an email somewhere or wondering if they haven't sent anything out yet. The website says February initial decisions go out, but I haven't seen anyone posting their acceptance. Just getting anxious as its one of my top choices! Thanks!!
  5. Hello. I just joined the forums because I need help but have no one to ask around me. I just got accepted to Columbia University's MA program in Social-Organizational (IO) Psychology. I understand that the program is mostly designed for students who are looking for a terminal program. I hear it is possible for students to continue their studies into a doctorate but it is not so common because the program itself isn't research based, but rather theory based. However, I don't want to rule out the option to obtain a PhD in case I do decide to continue my studies. The MA program at Columbia does not seem to be the ideal choice IF i decide to go all the way (for a PhD). On the other hand, I have also been accepted to Roosevelt University here in Chicago, for a PhD program. The school might not be as prestigious as Columbia University; however, it does give me an option to continue all the way for a PhD degree from the get go. I understand that Columbia University is a more prestigious institution known around the world, and furthermore, it is possible to continue all the way to a PhD, but I would be the minority and it is not the conventional route. However, If I end up deciding to go to Roosevelt University, it would be a more straightforward path towards a PhD. In conclusion, I guess what I am arguing with myself is whether I should choose a more prestigious school for an MA and limited opportunity for doctorate, or rather a local university where I can obtain an PhD at a more straightforward path. Thank you in advance for your input! I appreciate it.
  6. Hey Everyone! Stats (graduating this spring, 23 years old) = 3.0 GPA, 3.7 Psych Gpa, taking gre this weekend. Psychology major/Business Minor and 1 year of research assistance. 3 years of sales and management experience in the auto repair industry. I am getting ready to apply to graduate school and I just want to know if anyone has, or knows anyone in a similar situation. I have been working full time since the day I turned 18 and let my GPA fluctuate throughout the process. When I finally decided I wanted to pursue I/O, i switched from business to psych and haven't gotten a bad grade since(including stats and research methods). I can practically recite every program's average GPA's and acceptance percentages, So I dont expect to get into a top tier program. But I do want to get into a decent on-campus, public program. Has anyone with stats like mine squeezed through the admissions process? If so, what schools accepted you? Any information or advice helps!
  7. Hello, I will be attending school for an I/O Psychology master's degree in the near future. If possible, I would like to do mental health counseling as well, on a part-time basis. My question is: After completing a master's degree in I/O Psych, what is my best option to prepare myself to do this? Instead of completing an entirely separate degree, is there additional or supplemental schooling I can complete? A friend of mine mentioned a certificate might be possible. I'm just exploring my other options. Thank you! Nate
  8. Hi, I'm in unfamiliar and uncommon territory, so will appreciate any insights! 2011 graduate with a BS Industrial and Systems Engineering, 3.23/4.00. School is Top 10 ISE / Top 15 Undergrad Eng Overall. 158V/160Q GRE (Analytical TBD) 3 good recommendations 5 years work experience, 2.5 with Big 4 accounting firm as IT audit consultant, and 2.5 with Top 5 defense contractor as an industrial engineer I'm looking at applying to California schools (in-state) to pursue a Master's in Electrical Engineering... What kind of chances do I have (in no particular order) with: All UC's (UCLA, UCSD, UCSB, UCB, UCI, UCR, UCSC, and any I've missed) Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. Thanks!
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