Hello , I have an average of 3.79 , much research and work experience and strong letters of recommendation . It also has strong personal statement according to the teachers who reviewed. My problem is that my GRE score is pathetic. I took the GRE only once and I have no time to take it again. I am applying to schools of clinical psychology . I'm well below my performance GRE . Do I have a chance even now? Thank you !
Hello , I have an average of 3.79 , much research and work experience and strong letters of recommendation . It also has strong personal statement according to the teachers who reviewed. My problem is that my GRE score is pathetic. I took the GRE only once and I have no time to take it again. I am applying to schools of clinical psychology . I'm well below my performance GRE . Do I have a chance even now?
Hi . I have 29 years , and I'd like to be a doctor . Currently working in social care . I have a BSc (2.1 ) in psychology , but I'm not from a science background (I have no science A-levels and I'm crap at maths , just C at GCSE ) I tried the UKCAT exam graduate entry to medical school , just did practice questions online . I found it very hard! He was far enough time to answer questions . Is this normal ? ! I would really appreciate any sincere advice on whether I'm wasting time !
I'm a current ( fifth student well to be exact ) and I have a higher transcription is not so nice looking . I tried to go to college out of high school in 1999 , but I met a guy who I thought was
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 .
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.
I wonder because here I ask all here , and I'm not really getting answers in the appropriate section . If you ask
I will apply to MFT master's programs in the coming months . I'll have a degree in Psychology , an average of 3.78 degree , good references , 2 internship field experience , internships two research assistants , and research I presented at a conference . However, I have taken two practice tests GRE and obtained the same score , both verbal and quantitative sections each time (380 quant , verbal 450) that are very low . Still I have two weeks before taking the actual test in which you are studying like crazy , but I want to know is if I have the opportunity to enter graduate school with such low status GRE scores . My good GPA and experience to help off-set , or too low ? Any help is appreciated !
I took the GRE general test a month ago , and got a combined total of 940 and 3.5 part test . I have a 340 for the verbal portion , and a 600 for the math portion . The reason I verbal score was low is because English is not my mother tongue (I was born in the U.S. but raised in Mexico for nearly 20 years ) , so I was not really expecting to get a high score. I'm a psych major , and planning to go to graduate school after graduating from college . I'm not going to a clinical psychology program graduate not because it is competitive , but because I do not see myself doing clinical work . I 'm leaning more towards the neurosciences . I have a 3.8 GPA , and doing research in a lab (yet I have two years of college left) . Could this low GRE score jeopardize my acceptance to graduate school ? PS I 'm taking back at least to raise my math score = )
Hi all, I just started the college process and I am desperately in love with NYU. I would like nothing more than to go to this university, and I'm thinking of applying for Fall 2013. though, I wonder if you still have chances to climb .. Last semester I spent four months in New York doing a semester program that is basically for the sake of teaching of teaching, not a degree. We spent four months exploring the city and ourselves reading a text. In that sense, I learned more about myself in just four months than in the last sixteen years. I have acquired skills and self-confidence. During the summer before moving to New York I spent a month doing a field action in Paris. That was full of intense work days 9-5 in scenes and monologues, as well as learning about how to deal with directors, etc. .. My grades: UW GPA: 3.88 W GPA: 4.05 I have a whole year of freshman two terms I have two A-'s, and an A + the first term, and all A is the second term And half my program I have two A, A-2 and B + 's (but these three are honors classes) This term I'm getting an A + and A, an Honors A (Honours) and a B +. This summer I'm taking a college credit course (Introduction to Politics) and a guitar course at one of the UC in California Next year I'm taking AP Biology Advanced, Advanced Painting, AP Statistics, Psychology / Sociology, Government / Economics and Composition AP (English) Right now I have a 1790 on my SAT but I took them and I think I did a little better I volunteered as a lifeguard assistant for two months a couple of summers ago and worked from 8:30 to 4:30 during the week as well as a camp counselor in the field I've been going since I was 10. Do I have a chance of being accepted? If there is something I have to focus on, please let me know! (PS I apply early decision or regular?)
Hi, I'm applying to university this year and I was wondering if any of you think I have a chance at getting in at one of them I want to apply to these universities to study psychology: Stanford University Idaho State University University of Idaho Boise State University University of Tulsa GCSE: Additional Science: B Science:C Maths:D Spanish:D Art:BBBB Food Technology:C Citezenship:Level 2 online maths and english: B English lit and lang:CC I am predicted 28 on the IB diploma but will work hard to get: Psychology:7 Biology:7 Chemistry:6 Maths:6 German:5 English 6 Extra curricular: -Knitting -Ju-jitsu -Helped at a primary school -worked with autistic children -Exchange program -writing articles for a website -farming project with younger years plus good teacher recommendations and essay? What are my chances realistically?
My grades are horrible and I will have a 3.5 GPA when I apply for college and a 3.2 unweighted ( I'm embarrassed ) : (I took three honors in the 10th grade ( English , History , Chemistry ) and I took 2 AP in the third year ( APUSH , AP English ) I have 1700 in my SAT and I have 650 on my SAT and a record 790 in Spanish SAT subject ... I have not played any sport , but I've been publicst to club History , French Vice Club , I have 1100 hours of community service hours in my church I've been volunteering there since I was 8 years old and I have about 500 hours of community service at a retirement home owned by my grandmother so I have the opportunity to UCLA UCI UCSB UCSD UCD UCR UCSC UCM Please be honest ... I do not want to go to a CalState and my parents would hate me if I was going to Community College and then transfer I'm from SoCal ( Anaheim ) and am a Hispanic and the first in my family to graduate from high school , even so , I am the first to ever go to college ... oh for next year (last year) , this is my schedule AP Government AP Biology HP precalculus AP English Literature AP Psychology