Graduate SchoolFirst Day of SchoolAugust 20th, 2012The big day is here.
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I’d like to say that this several-week-long gap between my posts is an artistic expression of the time frame during which I waited for an answer from Western Carolina University, but that would be a “creative interpretation of the truth”, … Continue reading
When the brain is tired, you sometimes just need a kitty fix and a few laughs to rev you back up. Who knew the funny bone was attached to the brain?
Looking at my checklist for the grad school application, I was down to the final element: My Personal Statement. Ugh. (Sigh) It was time to get it done. The logical side of me thinks that Personal Statements, Goal Statements, Letters … Continue reading
Most grad school applications require three or more letters of recommendation. First, you have to decide on at least three people who are not related to you who will provide a letter to help convince the school that you’re the … Continue reading
As you may have noticed in a couple of my previous posts, I really hated taking the GRE. It seems to be the general opinion of all those with whom I have traded battle stories of GRE warefare and survival … Continue reading
What a week! Happy Star Wars Day (May the 4th be with you. Enjoy Cinco de Mayo and the Supermoon tomorrow night. http://www.weather.com/news/supermoon-preview-20120501 It’s time for a cute animal photo break and we’ll get that other pesky, text-filled post out soon.
Having made the decision on which school to attend, the next task was getting accepted to said school. Back to the university’s website. After checking the specific web site for the Communication Science and Disorders department, I was armed with … Continue reading
I’m not sure if I mentioned it before, but my undergraduate degree is in Theater Arts with a minor in Business Administration. I don’t have any undergraduate credits that apply directly towards my new goal of becoming a Speech Language Pathologist. … Continue reading
One of the first questions people ask me when they find out I’m going to graduate school is, “Where are you going to live?”. As I am 39 years old and married, that’s a reasonable question. It’s not the same … Continue reading
Okay, so I finally had my husband on board with the idea of going back to school to get my master’s degree. It was making financial sense to him now and would return his goal-driven wife to her former state … Continue reading