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Can you still apply to grad school if you don't meet one of the requirements?3Tareena-- check my answer please2012-10-01 04:09:03
I feel very discouraged right now. I graduated from college in 2006 with a degree in psychology and a GPA of 2.69 . I could have done better , but I was dealing with several medical problems during those years . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus I started my online application for MSW ( Master of Social Work ) this morning , but then I realized the minimum average of 2.75 is applied. MedlinePlus MedlinePlus I have many people in line to give strong letters of recommendation , and my personal statement is very strong too. I volunteer at a senior center , speaks fluent French , and fix computers on the side , so I'm pretty well rounded . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus I feel discouraged , however , and I feel I should just give up. If I bother applying, or will the admissions office laugh at me? The GRE is not required, so that no balance the intake process in any way. Please help me , I feel like my body is heavy and numb with this sinking feeling .
Can you still apply to grad school if you don't meet one of the requirements?2William Bent2012-10-25 20:02:02
I feel very discouraged right now. I graduated from college in 2006 with a degree in psychology and a GPA of 2.69 . I could have done better , but I was dealing with several medical problems during those years . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus I started my online application for MSW ( Master of Social Work ) this morning , but then I realized the minimum average of 2.75 is applied. MedlinePlus MedlinePlus I have many people in line to give strong letters of recommendation , and my personal statement is very strong too. I volunteer at a senior center , speaks fluent French , and fix computers on the side , so I'm pretty well rounded . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus I feel discouraged , however , and I feel I should just give up. If I bother applying, or will the admissions office laugh at me? The GRE is not required, so that no balance the intake process in any way. Please help me , I feel like my body is heavy and numb with this sinking feeling .
Can you still apply to grad school if you don't meet the GPA requirement?1Neeraj2012-10-15 04:38:07
I feel very discouraged right now. I graduated from college in 2006 with a degree in psychology and a GPA of 2.69 . I could have done better , but I was dealing with several medical problems during those years . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus I started my online application for MSW ( Master of Social Work ) this morning , but then I realized the minimum average of 2.75 is applied. MedlinePlus MedlinePlus I have many people in line to give strong letters of recommendation , and my personal statement is very strong too. I volunteer at a senior center , speaks fluent French , and fix computers on the side , so I'm pretty well rounded . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus I feel discouraged , however , and I feel I should just give up. If I bother applying, or will the admissions office laugh at me? The GRE is not required, so that no balance the intake process in any way. Please help me , I feel like my body is heavy and numb with this sinking feeling .
Can you still apply to grad school if you don't meet the GPA requirement?1Hyuna2012-10-13 09:07:03
I feel very discouraged right now. I graduated from college in 2006 with a degree in psychology and a GPA of 2.69 . I could have done better , but I was dealing with several medical problems during those years . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus I started my online application for MSW ( Master of Social Work ) this morning , but then I realized the minimum average of 2.75 is applied. MedlinePlus MedlinePlus I have many people in line to give strong letters of recommendation , and my personal statement is very strong too. I volunteer at a senior center , speaks fluent French , and fix computers on the side , so I'm pretty well rounded . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus I feel discouraged , however , and I feel I should just give up. If I bother applying, or laugh at the admissions office of me ? The GRE is not required, so that no balance the intake process in any way. Please help me , I feel like my body is heavy and numb with this sinking feeling .
Can you still apply to grad school if you don't meet the GPA requirement?0Pumpen 2012-10-16 00:43:29
I feel very discouraged right now. I graduated from college in 2006 with a degree in psychology and a GPA of 2.69 . I could have done better , but I was dealing with several medical problems during those years . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus I started my online application for MSW ( Master of Social Work ) this morning , but then I realized the minimum average of 2.75 is applied. MedlinePlus MedlinePlus I have many people in line to give strong letters of recommendation , and my personal statement is very strong too. I volunteer at a senior center , speaks fluent French , and fix computers on the side , so I'm pretty well rounded . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus I feel discouraged , however , and I feel I should just give up. If I bother applying, or will the admissions office laugh at me? The GRE is not required, so that no balance the intake process in any way. Please help me , I feel like my body is heavy and numb with this sinking feeling .
Can you still apply to grad school if you don't meet the GPA requirement?3gyla2018-01-12 09:07:35
I am feeling extremely disheartened right now. I graduated from university in 2006 with a degree in psychology and with a GPA of 2.69. I could have done much better, but I was dealing with several medical issues during those years. I started the online application for my MSW (Masters in Social Work) this morning, but then I realized the minimum GPA is a 2.75 to apply. I have many people lined up to give strong letters of recommendation, and my personal statement is very strong as well. I volunteer at a senior center, speak fluent French, and fix computers on the side, so I am fairly well-rounded. I am feeling disheartened, however, and feel like I should just give up. Should I even bother applying, or will the admissions office laugh at me? The GRE is not required, so that will not sway the admissions process either way. Please help me, I feel like my entire body is heavy and numb with this sinking feeling.
Can you still apply to grad school if you don't meet the GPA requirement?0Ashanda2012-10-26 20:37:49
I feel very discouraged right now. I graduated from college in 2006 with a degree in psychology and a GPA of 2.69 . I could have done better , but I was dealing with several medical problems during those years . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus I started my online application for MSW ( Master of Social Work ) this morning , but then I realized the minimum average of 2.75 is applied. MedlinePlus MedlinePlus I have many people in line to give strong letters of recommendation , and my personal statement is very strong too. I volunteer at a senior center , speaks fluent French , and fix computers on the side , so I'm pretty well rounded . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus I feel discouraged , however , and I feel I should just give up. If I bother applying, or will the admissions office laugh at me? The GRE is not required, so that no balance the intake process in any way. Please help me , I feel like my body is heavy and numb with this sinking feeling .
What are Psychology undergrad requirements to apply to grad school?0michelle jackson2012-10-27 18:50:58
My BA is in a totally different field , I want to return to school to complete the requirements to apply to graduate school to eventually obtain a doctorate in clinical psychology .
What are the class requirements to apply to grad school for psychology if?0Berto2012-11-03 03:06:12
My bachelors was in a different field, but I want to study clinical psychology to get an MA and eventually phd. What are the requirements I can go to a community college to take and complete please. My community college's website doesn't list it (Los Angeles). Would apply somewhere nearby if that makes any difference. Thanks.
What school should I apply too? I dont want to waste money on application fees. Please help. Options r?1kristeena2012-10-25 13:34:03
University of Alberta University of Manitoba MedlinePlus MedlinePlus I like these two universities very much, but , obviously , the University of Alberta has a higher ranking . The cost is also more expensive than the University of Manitoba . I want a university that will save me money , a friendly environment. At the same time , I have fear that the end of my career , I'd be undervalued based on my choice of college . For example , if I go to the University of Manitoba , I worry that the competition would be so great and the students of the University of Alberta ( or any other high-ranking university ) would be chosen by me based on my University . MedlinePlus Please prove me wrong . MedlinePlus I was talking to my friend and she insisted that I was in Edmonton to go to the University of Alberta because (in his words ) " is better and have a better quality of education . Glory is like coming out of the grass ." If the "quality education " in Canada are the same? I mean , not a school class should be despised ? MedlinePlus This is Canada and I hope that the field work must be impartial in selecting employees and base its school. MedlinePlus I want to study law but I chose a major in Philosophy and a minor in Psychology . I love reading and writing and I have little fear of going to this course . MedlinePlus Socials I love English, and other art courses . I am not a professional in math at all. In fact , I am the lowest math class in my writing now . ( I think ..) MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Please help me clear up this confusion for me ? MedlinePlus Thank you !
What do people usually major in after they get their BA in psychology, and dont intend on going to grad school1aaa2012-10-20 22:49:02
The thing is I know I'm very interested in psychology , and I want to make the base of my education . My dream is to have my own restaurant someday. I'm a fabulous cook . But if that does not work I wanted to have a title of a backup plan . Like others who do not want to spend eight years and more trying to get a Ph.D. in Psy . It is common for people to get a degree in Psyc while specialization in something else ? Please share your exp staff if possible. thank you
Does it matter which bachelors degree you have to apply for grad school?1andyO2012-10-14 15:07:03
Say I have a degree in psychology . Could apply to any field of graduate school ?

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