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  1. I am from NY and I am currently in the process of applying to speech graduate programs and was wondering if anyone on here or someone they know has gotten into slp grad programs with my type of profile or something similar: 3.4 cumulative gpa, 3.6 major gpa, 145 Verbal 145 Quant 3.5 Writing (GRE), I have experience being a special ed paraprofessional in lifeskills classrooms, experience working as a clerical worker at a speech-lang. pathology practice (also observed sessions alongside clinicians at practice), and also have experience being an activity coordinator at a summer camp working with
  2. Hi, I am receiving a lot of mixed feedback about NYU Steinhardt's online master's program. I got accepted there and at another school but I would be required to move. I don't know if I should choose the program where I would get to be in the classroom (but move across the country) or pick the school where I get to stay home and do it online.. I think hearing from students who actually went through the program or even know someone who went through the program would be really helpful. Please let me know anything you know about NYU Steinhardt's online full-time master's program.
  3. Hi everyone, I am applying to Speech Pathology masters programs this fall and I was wondering if anyone knew of any programs with good funding/scholarship opportunities? Im based in SC and can only go out of state if I can get some sort of tuition reduction. Heres some of my stats: -Graduating from Clemson University with a 3.79 - Psychology Major, Biology and Youth Development Minor -25 shadowing hours in schools, 40 shadowing hours of a private practice SLP (hoping to get some more hours this fall) -Undergraduate healthcare research with a professor for 3 semesters and 1
  4. Hi All, I had trouble finding detailed info about individuals' experiences at SDSU's Global Campus SLP essentials courses and MA program - hopefully this thread will be helpful to others in my position! My background: Undergrad: Bachelor of Science in STEM field, Bachelor of Arts in foreign language Grad: Master of Science in STEM field 3 years working in clinical research No prior coursework in SLP California-based Planning to begin a masters program in 2023 My plan is to take the 8 SLP essentials courses offered through the Global Campus, whi
  5. I am from NY and I am currently in the process of applying to speech graduate programs and was wondering if anyone on here or someone they know has gotten into slp grad programs with my type of profile or something similar: 3.4 cumulative gpa, 3.6 major gpa, 145 Verbal 143 Quant 3.0 Writing (GRE), I have experience being a special ed paraprofessional in lifeskills classrooms, experience working as a clerical worker at a speech-lang. pathology practice (also observed sessions alongside clinicians at practice), and also have experience being an instructor at a summer camp. If someone could give
  6. I am from NY and I am currently in the process of applying to speech graduate programs and was wondering if anyone on here or someone they know has gotten into slp grad programs with my type of profile or something similar: 3.4 cumulative gpa, 3.6 major gpa, 145 Verbal 143 Quant 3.0 Writing (GRE), I have experience being a special ed paraprofessional in lifeskills classrooms, experience working as a clerical worker at a speech-lang. pathology practice (also observed sessions alongside clinicians at practice), and also have experience being an instructor at a summer camp. If someone could give
  7. Those that are currently in graduate school and/or just graduated. I would super appreciate details regarding the praxis! What should my focus be on? Any specific topics? thank you in advance
  8. I'm considering applying to some Canadian universities for a Master of Science (Applied) in "Speech and Language Pathology" to start September of 2021. I noticed a thread hadn't been started up yet. 👋 😷 📚
  9. Hi all! I am currently in the process of applying to graduate school. For reference, I just graduated with my B.S. in Communication Sciences and Disorders. I am currently a Child Development Teacher with 2's. My overall GPA was a 3.78 and the last 60 credits is a 3.8. I have three great letters of rec, a great personal statement (imo), and a ton of volunteer experience ranging from individuals with Aphasia, Autism, english-language learners, etc. I was also in my programs NSSLHA and national NSSLHA. The only thing that terrifies me are my GRE scores. Granted, I have not taken it yet and am set
  10. Hi all! I am currently in the process of applying to graduate school. For reference, I just graduated with my B.S. in Communication Sciences and Disorders. I am currently a Child Development Teacher with 2's. My overall GPA was a 3.78 and the last 60 credits is a 3.8. I have three great letters of rec, a great personal statement (imo), and a ton of volunteer experience ranging from individuals with Aphasia, Autism, english-language learners, etc. I was also in my programs NSSLHA and national NSSLHA. The only thing that terrifies me are my GRE scores. Granted, I have not taken it yet and am set
  11. Hi! I didn't see a fall 2021 applicant thread yet so I felt like making one as applications have been submitted (or are close to being submitted) for the Fall 21 round, and it definitely helps with the waiting process!!! American and International program applicants can join in! I'll start: Any Ohio (USA) applicants? Which schools did you apply to? Feel free to mention stats
  12. Hi! I hope everyone is enjoying their summer. With CSDCAS applications opening soon, I figured I'd start a forum for applicants applying for matriculation in Fall 2022. I'd love to know where everyone is from and where y'all are applying. I'm from New Orleans and I'm applying to LSU Health, Univ. of North Texas, Auburn, Purdue, Minnesota, UFlorida, and Memphis.
  13. I applied for SLP graduate programs and was not successful with being offered admission. I was waitlisted at one school but received an email stating their cohort was full. I'm disappointed 😕 Perhaps it's a good thing. There is a lot going on in my personal life right now. I don't have stellar grades and I did awful on the GRE (I hate the idea of retaking it-I studied a lot the first time!) Some words of encouragement and positivity would be lovely ❤️
  14. Hi there! So I have my bachelors, but not in communication disorders. I am currently taking my prerequisite classes for grad school. However, I had to repeat my courses and it looks like I'll be receiving a B in most of them. I am very worried this will affect my chances for grad school admission. I work full time within special education and plan to spend some hours with the SLP there. I am asking, can experience within the realm of special education outweigh my (mostly B's) grades?
  15. Okay so I graduated with a degree in Speech Language Hearing Sciences and got into a graduate program in the Fall (YAY).. But I need to take 3 courses this Summer in order to actually be "in". I need to take an undergrad course in Speech Sound Disorders and an undergrad course in Language Disorders, and then a physics or chem course. Any idea where in the world I should take these for cheap? I've discussed with UW- Eau Claire post-bacc/leveling coursework program but they can't guarantee me a spot until like a week prior to classes starting (talk about stressful)... Anyone else been through th
  16. Hi. I am looking to apply for New York State SLP license and I am licensed in New Jersey. I would like to know if I can get NYS license based on the NJ license that I already have. Thanks.
  17. Hello everyone! I'm starting grad school in a week (summer start) and I'm wondering how current and past graduate students do with note-taking? I tried typing notes in class one semester during undergrad and it didn't work out for me (slow typer and I don't type "properly" lol). I've been a pen to paper kid, but I'm curious about using an iPad and pen. 3/4 of my textbooks are ebooks this term since it was the cheapest route. One thing I would like to do is write on the pages of my ebooks. I also want to mention I'm a part-time student, 2 classes per term. Looking forward to reading your e
  18. 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!
  19. hi all! I was recently given an admissions offer in march. It was my understanding that this program gives funding to most admitted people, and that offers are given in a second email. anyway, my admissions offer did not mention anything of funding besides a generic statement along the lines of: "financial decisions are a secondary step in the admission process. notification of funding will arrive in a separate communication." following this offer, an email was sent to all applicants regarding the status of admissions for April (every month, the school gave updates). the update had
  20. Hi all! So, I graduated with my bachelors in 2019 in Philosophy. I knew I wanted to get my masters, so I was debating between SPED and SLP. I liked what I heard about SLP so I started taking prereqs for the programs I was looking into. However, I was halfway done when suddenly it just didn't interest me anymore. I was unhappy in life at the time which did not help my interest levels. I chalked it up to not being passionate about SLP and dropped out. I then decided to try out SPED programs. I got a part time job as paraeducator so I can get a feel for what i'd be learning about in school.
  21. Hi! I was wondering if anyone could give any insight of doing grad school and/or working in Boston? I'm originally from NYC and did my undergrad here and I am thinking about doing grad school in Boston. How was your experience after grad school? Was finding a job difficult in Boston? I guess, also, if anyone has worked in Boston and NYC as an SLP, did you prefer one city over the other?? (also i'm aware of state licenses and the teaching certification for NYC, so I understand that if I do grad school in Boston, it'll be difficult to work in NYC) Any insight is w
  22. Hello all! I was accepted into Baylor's online graduate program for speech-language pathology back in January. I'm looking forward to meeting everyone who'll be in the program with me! Not sure if there is a Facebook group page yet..
  23. Hi! I found out on Friday 3/12 I was admitted to NC Central's graduate program for an MS in communication disorders. I was hoping to connect with others who have been admitted and plan to attend Fall 2021. Have a great week!
  24. I'm finishing up my 10th post-bacc SLP leveling coursework and it seems it was a waste of time. I can't get a SLPA certificate here in California (they won't accept post-bacc coursework any longer) and I can't afford nor have the time to complete an MS/SLP degree (I am single and work full time and I just can't swing it). Would all these classes I took help with any type of SLP related job opportunity? I wanted so badly to be a SLPA so now what.....I can't do behavioral therapy any longer and just want to be involved in speech services in some way.
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