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Hey there! I am graduating with a degree in Communication Disorders and a minor in Autism Studies. My question is I am graduating undergrad with 2.9 cumulative GPA and 3.5 major GPA. I have a variety of clinical experience and HUGE passion for the field. I have good letters of recommendation. I have yet to take the GRE because I did not think I was good enough for a grad program. My professor this last semester has continued to tell me how awesome I am in the clinic and I am in the right profession (she did not know I wasn't thinking about grad school). Her saying this has given me some courage. I am just wanting to know the odds of being accepted into a program like this? Best, Lauren Neighbors
Hi there! I need help! I have narrowed down my decision for graduate school to the University of Oklahoma Health Science Center and University of North Texas. I was able to tour UNT and find out a lot about it because I went to the accepted student day. But because of coronavirus, I am not able to tour OU. I want to give OU a fair shot but I just dont know enough about the program and dont know anyone who has gone there. Does anyone know much about OU? Or does anyone know any differences between UNT and OU? Trying to make a big decision without much guidance. :/ I also havent heard back from UT Dallas. I feel like I would really like it there. I see they have already accepted a bunch of people and I hope that doesnt mean that they have already filled their cohort. :( Any advice/info would be greatly appreciated <3
Hello All, I am thinking of applying to: Bloomsburg University, Adelphi University, Salus University, Clarion University, Ohio University, West Virginia University, and SUNY at Ferdonia. I am super nervous that I will not get accepted to any program and thought it would helpful to ask on here what your opinions or advice are! My GPA is a 3.3 and my GRE scores are VR: 150, QR:145, AW: 3.5 I feel that my scores and gpa aren't super low, but they definitely are not very high either. Any feedback or advice as to whether or not I could get into these programs? I was a Division Two Athlete at my undergraduate school and was involved in NSSLHA and the orientation organization at my school. I'm not sure how much involvement weighs on your application, but I figured I should include that information. I also did several hours of observation at a local nursing facility. Thank you!
Hi, I applied for acceptance for M.S. in Speech-Language Pathology/Communication Disorders. I realize that most universities want the observation hours done prior to beginning course work so I've been working on mine. They're now completed, however, I'm still waiting to hear back from a couple schools and I have confirmed that some of them are still reviewing applications. Would it be inappropriate to notify the school during this time of this completion? I always get a little hesitant to contact a school in the review stages. Thanks.