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  1. Currently, I'm a Junior at Texas A&M-Commerce, and will be applying for graduate school in December 2018. I'm a psychology major with an overall GPA of 3.9 and a major GPA of 4.0, with experience in independent study, research, and data analysis. I expect to graduate summa cum laude and receive good letters of recommendation from the professors with whom I've conducted research. However, I doubt that I will be able to achieve a high or even average score on the GRE. On all of the practice tests I've taken so far, I've done well in the verbal and written areas (156-160 on the verbal, and 5.0 on the written), but I've performed poorly on all the quantitative sections, receiving scores that ranged from 120-110. I know that with time and practice, I can improve my quantitative scores, but I am still unsure about my chances of getting into UT Southwestern's Clinical Psychology PhD program. Do any of you think that I could have a chance of getting an interview, or do you think I have better chances applying elsewhere?
  2. I got accepted to Washington University in St. Louis DBBS and UT Southwestern medical center for biomedical sciences. Which one should I choose?
  3. I got invited to interview for the clinical psychology Ph.D. program at UT Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, TX. This program is one of my top choices for admission, and so I wanted to ask you lovely folks out there if anyone has interviewed for this program before...? Most of the other clinical psychology Ph.D. programs I applied to are research-based, and so I am hoping to get some advice on how to prepare to interview for this program, since it is a practice-based Ph.D. program. For all the other schools I applied to, you had to express an interest to work/research with a specific professor (typical stuff for academic Ph.D. programs). However, UT Southwestern doesn't operate on the mentor-based model, and so applicants are interviewing to be accepted into the program at large. I'm just looking for any advice anyone may have on how to prepare for this type of program since the typical stuff around researching individual professors' research doesn't really apply here. Thanks so much, everyone!
  4. <I posted this in another forum but thought I might get a response here> I got invited to interview for the clinical psychology Ph.D. program at UT Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, TX. This program is one of my top choices for admission, and so I wanted to ask you lovely folks out there if anyone has interviewed for this program before...? Most of the other clinical psychology Ph.D. programs I applied to are research-based, and so I am hoping to get some advice on how to prepare to interview for this program, since it is a more practice-based Ph.D. program (but still has research). For all the other schools I applied to, you had to express an interest to work/research with a specific professor (typical stuff for academic Ph.D. programs). However, UT Southwestern doesn't operate on the mentor-based model, and so applicants are interviewing to be accepted into the program at large. I'm just looking for any advice anyone may have on how to prepare for this type of program since the typical stuff around researching individual professors' research doesn't really apply here. Thanks so much, everyone!
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