College Junior 2013-09-22T20:27:55Z
I wouldn't say the application process was abnormal, however for most universities letters of recommendation were required and this university did not. I think the most important criteria for admission here was GPA and letter of intent, I took the time to explain why in my letter why my overall GPA was nothing to brag about, but that my GPA with the last 60 credits is. Unlike many schools I applied to they took this into consideration. I would recommend to others really trying to improve your GPA, is it extremely difficult to move it up? Yes, but you can mention that your senior year you achieved a 4.0 both semesters or whatever the case may be. They were students once too and know what it is like to not be as focused when you don't have a major.
College Junior 2013-09-22T20:23:34Z
I love what I am going to school for. However, I feel that the program itself could be more structured, that the classes could be more organized and strict with their criteria. There is one professor who has the whole semester laid out for us and I will say I highly appreciate it and wish every class was this structured. It is a unique program because we work so closely with our professors and supervisors, this is a huge benefit to our schooling. We learn from those who have been in the profession for years and have a lot of experience to share with us.
College Junior 2013-09-22T20:17:59Z
I haven't had one yet. I will have to do an externship in order to graduate. This will be followed with a clinical fellowship. Yes it is necessary. I am not worried about finding one but I am worried about finding one that I will love, possibly receiving a job through it.
College Junior 2013-09-22T20:15:58Z
I think that for a graduate program the professors take the students complaints too seriously, this is graduate school it is supposed to be hard if it wasn't everyone would do it. It was difficult to get accepted to graduate school and it wont be easy to finish. A neuroscience course, for example, is not going to be easy at the graduate level you will be expected to know all about the neural pathways so when someone is complaining and we're still at the cortex level, arterial configuration, and orientation/directionals of the brain... good luck!
My career goals are to graduate pass my tests and get a job that I will love! I am not concerned about finding a job in this field, however it may be difficult to find exactly what I want but I could find a job.
College Junior 2013-09-11T16:49:43Z
As an English major, the program is amazing. The teachers are always willing to help with anything like helping you understand the books you're reading to helping you write a paper. The workload can be a bit heavy, but if you enjoy literature and English arts, you won't the workload at all. The English building is close to all the dorms on campus and easily accessible. The teachers truly want you to enjoy what you're learning.
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