ashny Posted February 20, 2017 Share Posted February 20, 2017 (edited) Hi, I have been doing some research on universities that offer graduate SLP programs and have found that some of them would like to see recent evidence of study. Since i completed my university education over 18 years ago, it is considered too long ago. What has been the experience of other older students on this board? Did you have to go back to studies again (e.g do second bachelors/pre-requisites etc) or was your degree from previous years/decades recognized? I understand that the GRE is usually required to provide evidence of your educational capabilities at this point in time but I am not sure if additional studies are generally required from universities. I do not have a CSD degree so have just been looking at universities that accept out of field applicants. Edited February 20, 2017 by ashny Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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