I'm excited to officially announce the newest SLP Program in Ontario!
Volunteering is an extremely important part of your grad school application; not only as a requirement, but also to confirm your that you’re on the right educational path. No one’s situation is exactly the same: you may be a university student in a town you’re unfamiliar with, or, you may be a mature student, working full-time along with your studies. Regardless of your position, here are some questions to consider when looking for a volunteer placement.
Whether it’s called a Letter of Intent, Personal Statement or something else, graduate schools require applicants to write a short statement exhibiting why they’re a perfect candidate for a competitive graduate program. Use the tips below to help you as you organize your letter and decide what to include in the limited space given.
As the school year ends, many students may be planning to take (or retake) the GRE this summer. It's a great idea for people who are less busy during the summer months. Plus, if you aren’t happy with your results, you can take the test again in the Fall and still submit your scores in time for application deadlines.
I recently saw a tweet featuring this website that offers free classes from various universities.