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.
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.
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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How to Tackle Student Loan Debt Before You Graduate (Brazen Life)
If you’re currently an undergraduate student, this is a great read for gathering some advice for juggling your student loans. The info can also be applied to your future grad school career.
Experts from an array of professions including social media, PR, and game development share their most effective productivity methods.
Current, Former Students Sound Off on Graduate School (U.S. News Education)
U.S. News called upon current and former graduate students via twitter to share some things they wish they had known before enrolling.
Graduate School Debate: Should You or Shouldn’t You? (The Rotunda)
Deciding whether to pursue graduate school requires some serious thinking and consideration. Here is some helpful advice to help you weigh the pros and cons.
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