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I am currently applying to CSUF for the postbac program they have because I am a non CD major but recently finished my bachelor's degree in business. I finished the CSU Mentor application portion already and sent in my transcripts, I just have one last question about the CBEST my day to take the exam is next Tuesday and I am hoping I pass all the sections but am not sure if I will have enough time to send in the results by the Feb 1st deadline or if the CBEST results do not have to be sent in by that date. There is no one on their side that is able to answer my questions and I have tried calling I am worried my application will not be considered if the CBEST results are not sent in time. Hopefully someone knows more information about this.
I just got accepted into Chapman's post-bac program for spring 2017! I'm going to accept. However, I've been talking to an admissions counselor from NYU who keeps pushing me to apply for the grad program instead since they're also offering a post-bac (foundations courses) within their grad program as well. They said they "can't guarantee" they would accept the post-bac courses from Chapman if I chose to apply for the grad program only without the foundations courses. Have any of you gotten accepted into Chapman's post-bac for spring 2017? It is much cheaper than doing the foundation courses through NYU's online program. And for those of you who have finished a post bac elsewhere, did you run into issues with transferring those courses over to NYU's online distance grad program? (I prefer to go to a school cheaper than NYU's ridiculously priced $99,000+ grad program which includes foundation courses!)
Hi! I'm an SLP post bac applicant for this coming Fall 2016 semester. I've heard back from a handful of schools by this point; however, I'm seeing Masters applicants posting that they've gotten admissions decisions from schools I also applied to. I'm especially concerned with University of Washington Seattle and University of Oregon. Have any post bac applicants heard back from either of them? If anyone has general insight into how these spots get filled (if the post bac spots are typically filled after the Masters', for example), I'd love to hear it! Thank you and good luck to everyone!