What is the average GRE score overall students accepted into the doctoral program in psychology ?
Any advice for future physiotherapy student ? I am very interested in this race and will be applied in a year . I know the requirements / needs , but any advice on what to do to excel ? I realize that is very competitive . This is what I have: I'm a double major in biology and psychology . I have a 3.6 gpa , I made some observation hours ( do more) , I have some experience of volunteering through my organization ( NSCS ) , and am currently helping to do research in a biology lab at my university . Any other ideas ? I am also very interested in working in pediatric physical therapy .
I am graduating in May with a degree in psychology . However, I decided to pursue a degree in piano performance . While most of my friends are going to graduate / professional school, I 'm kind of starting all over again . I'll be 23 in August and it feels a little weird to start over with a lot of freshmen ... which are 17/18 years of age.
Im concerned about getting into the master's program with my notes. I feel like im not going to make it with average grades . But , is there any chance ? Where I can go ?
Im concerned about getting into a master's program with average grades .. Is there still a chance that you can get ? Where do I go ? What should I do ?
What is the best thing to get a masters in helping with acceptance into a doctoral psychology program ? I know some of my schools have a master's degree in psychology , but it is rare . I'm not finding a lot of schools with that.
I am an undergraduate student applies to graduate school in the fall . I'm looking to get my doctorate in psychology , and is rather close to this program and jump to get my masters . However, my practice GRE was not good ! I can not finish the question fast enough! ! ( Any advice on which is much appreciated !) For those of you admitted to doctoral or master's programs in psychology , you can let me know what your GRE score was for me to try to estimate the chances of getting anywhere. My grades are good , I'm in psy chi , researching and doing an internship in social sciences in Australia this fall , so I'm really just refers to how the GRE affect my chances of acceptance .
I am a graduate student with an average of 3.75 , research experience , good advice , and have worked full time supporting me throughout school. I'm trying to get a good program directly in School Psychology Ph.D. , and although I am taking preparation courses , my tests are between 1000-1100 . What are my chances of getting into a PhD program quality with this deficiency ? The deadlines are coming soon , so I have no time for further study and retake ... and I'm in a preparation course expensive now worries me is not enough to help even though I'm studying diligently .
The Honors Program is a year and includes courses in mathematics and related sciences . I told the Honors program is aimed at people who want to work more in the field of psychology . I want to be an elementary school teacher and just need to know if the BA in Psychology in general I can enter university teachers . Thanks in advance ! :)
Some of the schools on my list has 1200 as the minimum , but I have a 1170 on my first try . I have a 3.8 GPA overall and ( have ) a 4.0 for my last two years of college when I graduate . I am also in two different honor societies for each of my major ( English and Psychology ) . Should I consider applying these schools even though my GRE score is slightly lower than the minimum ? I know it hurt to try, but I would cut rates unnecessary applications if they are to pull out my application because I have the minimum score.