Nico Corr Posted September 7, 2017 Share Posted September 7, 2017 I have been planning on going to grad school since my second year of college. I went to the APSIA graduate school fair during the fall semester of my 3rd year to get an idea what programs offered degrees in International Relations and Security Studies. I took some brochures, talked to some of the representatives and continued my research. I intended to apply to grad schools in the fall of 2016, but because of work and family commitments, I could not dedicate the time needed to fill out applications and take the GRE. I done a couple online webinars, but that's about it. Fast forward two years later, and I am gearing up to finally apply for grad schools. I have taken the GRE once, and plan on taking it a second time before admissions deadlines to get better quant scores. I found out the same grad school fair is taking place in a month. Even though I have most of the information I need to apply, should I go back to the grad school fair to get face time with representatives and get any new information? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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