portnut2014 Posted January 27, 2014 Share Posted January 27, 2014 I have no idea who to ask this question to, so I figured I'd try posting it here and getting someone's input I'm applying for speech-language pathology graduate programs for Fall 2014 and all my applications have been sent in already. Today, a professor informed me of some research I could do over the summer to gain some experience. Since I've already sent in all my applications to my desired schools, is it worth informing the schools about this opportunity since research looks good on applications or should I just let it go and hope everything else within my app gets me accepted somewhere? If I do contact them, how should I go about doing this? I feel like emailing the head of the departments about my new research experience could seem pretentious . Thanks for any feedback that can be offered! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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