Common Mistakes and Kisses of Death in the Graduate School Application Process

The field of Speech Language Pathology prides itself on an evidence based approach. Applying to the field of SLP should be the same! I found an article published in 2006 that attempts to put together evidence and analyze it regarding the process of applying to graduate school. It looks at “Kisses of Death” (KOD’s) in […]

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Tips for Incoming SLP Grad School Students

You worked tirelessly to navigate the miserably long (and expensive!) application process and were accepted into SLP grad school. As you turn yourself towards the challenge of actually starting graduate school, you might be feeling overwhelmed and under prepared. It might be an early onset of impostor phenomena. If you´re an out-of-fielder, like me, you […]

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Pro’s and Con’s of SLP Post-Bacc Options

SLP post-bacc certifications, pre-requisites, a 2nd degrees, a leveling program, a three-year masters… WHAT?! There are SO many different options for out-of-fielders to get into the field of Speech Language Pathology that it can feel pretty overwhelming. I’m going to try and break down the advantages and disadvantages of each option. How I figured it out… […]

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Study Habits of the Top 10% of GRE Takers

Study Habits of the Top 10% of GRE Test Takers

The GRE is a critical component of most grad school applications, this is especially true for Master´s degrees in Speech Language Pathology. Did you know that there are habits that top-performing students have in common? And no, the habit isn´t a certain preparation program or study manual. To find out the 6 habits of students […]

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What to Do While Waiting for SLP School Admission Results

Applications are in. You’re anxious to find out the results. Maybe you have coworkers or friends who are asking you that terrible question: “So have you heard from any of the schools you applied to?” to which you answer, “No, nothing yet.” And they respond, “Oh don’t worry! I know you’ll get in!” That nice (and […]

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Some Advice and Thoughts on SLP School from Treasyri, TheSpeechMentor and SLP

I found Treasyri’s blog  TheSpeechMentor in one of my Google binge sessions in which I read everything (Yes, that’s a hyperbole) on the internet about Speech Language Pathology. I came across a post in which she talks about ways she tried to boost her application to graduate school. I was so excited by the post, […]

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