Would it make a difference if I attended a religious college (majoring in psychology)Vs. a state college?

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tricica
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By that I mean about my chances of getting into a good school for graduate studies . ( preferably UC Berkley )
Answer1mariliaAnswered at 2012-10-25 22:23:10
Not necessarily . It depends on how well you do. When I went to Cornell for graduate studies , so many of my friends (PhD ) came from undergraduate Christian schools . Often get a better quality education in Christian schools actually believe .
Answer2Cloudy DayAnswered at 2012-10-26 06:06:00
I'm no psychologist , but I guess so. Again, depends on how well regarded and well known religious college . But if I were the manufacturer of graduate admissions decision , I wonder how their religious beliefs affect how he advised clients and the types of recommendations made to customers. I might wonder how closely the classes I took in college would resemble religious topics taught in a public university . If you attend a state university in question does not appear automatically .
Answer3NellAnswered at 2012-11-02 10:18:44
Depends on the religious college or state college. If you go to a religious school with good academics (Santa Clara U, Loyola Marymount U, Fordham U, Georgetown U, Catholic U) then you might have better chances than if you went to Cal state schools. However UC schools might be a good choice if you want to attend Cal for grad school
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