Friday Links: College vs. Grad School, Applying with a Low GPA, and More!

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Happy FridayHere’s a roundup of our favorite GRE links from the week. Happy Friday and happy reading!

I Have a Low GPA: Should I Apply to Grad School? (About.com Graduate School)

One prospective grad student with a low GPA asks whether it’s best to apply with the risk of not getting accepted to wait to improve his credentials.

You Only Hate Grad School Because You Think You’re Suppose To (Salon)

Imagine that instead of being exposed to the miserable stereotype, you were told about the wonderful flexibility of the academic schedule, the constant intellectual stimulation, and the ability to concentrate on one topic for years at a time.

3 Key Ways College, Graduate School Differ (U.S. News Education)

Grad school isn’t a continuation of college. Be prepared for larger workloads and more responsibility.

What I Wish I Knew in Grad School: Current and Former Students Share 16 Tips (Psych Central)

Psych Central spoke with current and former students from different types of clinical and counseling psychology programs to get their tips for graduate school success.

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