What kinds of things to grad school recuiters look for over and above GPA and GRE scores?
community involvement! and a personal network of professionals...
First, you need to write down a list coming from all the courses and also quantity of hours you're going to obtain for every class. If in case you have difficulties with it, you may consult for support from the administrator office with your graduating high school.
by Mahsa S 2 years ago
If we bring down the tuition rate for grad school, would more people attend?Let's just say that the gov't brought down the tuition rate for graduate schools, do you think that this would make more people attend or would it stay the same? By how much should it be brought down?
by Sondra Rochelle 3 years ago
If you are a college grad, do you think all the work, etc, was worthwhile?I have a Master's Degree that was earned long before things became so costly, so I feel the cost and effort were worthwhile. I don't know if I would feel that way these days. How about you?
by The Phil 9 years ago
What do graduate school students do to relax/vent when frustration builds up to a boiling point?
by Michelle Scoggins 4 years ago
Ideas of what to do after grad school.I am returning to HP after a year and a half hiatus AKA finishing my doctorate degree in clinical psychology. Now I am finding that I have a lot of time on my hands but have been disconnected from the world in many ways for some time. What are some...
by Grace Marguerite Williams 2 years ago
What YOU recommend that a recent college or graduate school grad do to thrive in thepostmodern, hyper-competitive workplace?
by sethpowers 6 years ago
What's the best way to prepare for grad school?I will be attending a VERY prestigious graduate program in the fall, and I have heard horror stories about how overwhelming it can be, especially the first semester, from both a time management and workload standpoint. Please respond from experience...
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