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  1. ARCO has a really good preparation book. You should also read an intro to psychology text book. I have not taken the test yet. I applied to programs that did not require the exam. I was accepted into two Masters in Counseling programs. I will be attending Arizona State University this fall. I may elect to take the Psychology GRE Test towards the end of my Masters Program.;)
  2. Congrats Wood. I take Rutgers accepted you into their PhD in CS? Well I am happy. I have been accepted into Arizona State's Masters in Counseling and I am waitlisted at University of Minnesota's PhD in Child Psychology. My mentor graduated from Minnesota and he has put in a strong word for me. Are you re-studing the GRE? Best of Luck, Wood
  3. Wood, I only applied to 5 programs due to my financial strain. 2 PhD - Rejections (University of Denver & ColoState) 1 PhD - Minnesota (Still Waiting) 2 Masters - Arizona State & Northern Arizona (Still Waiting) How are you doing?
  4. I am not Latin American. But I know many successful Latins who have completed their PhD. You should apply through Project 1000. It is a service to help minorities get into Grad School. Psyoutlaw
  5. If you contact the department chair. He/She will explain why you were not accepted. Psyoutlaw
  6. I would personally retake the GRE to increase your scores. They are too low along with your GPA. Psyoutlaw
  7. Results are delivered standard mail. You will know if you are rejected or accepted. Psyoutlaw
  8. Vrce: What program did you apply to at the University of Colorado at Boulder? I applied to Boulder & Colorado State University. Did you apply to a Masters or Doctoral program? You should hear something by early March. Good Luck! Psyoutlaw
  9. You should just reapply next year. I know that it sounds harsh. But you need to look over all materials several times before you send materials out. Psyoutlaw
  10. I think that the chances are very slim. Maybe if a couple professors share an applicants credentials amongst themselves. This applicant would have to have unique scores. Don't worry about this. Psyoutlaw
  11. Stick to the format that they have issued. If you deviate in any way they may view that as a flaw on your part. Psyoutlaw
  12. Most professors are extremely busy conducting their own research that they may not want to pursue a research topic that they are not familiare with. If you research is closely related to theirs and you have done a lot of research on what you are studying. Then you will need to summarize what you have learned and want to study and present a synopsis to a professor and see what they say. Psyoutlaw
  13. The average GRE scores for Masters in Education are: Verbal = 452 Quant = 514 I would not worry too much about your scores. Masters in Education programs are not too competitive. Just apply to dream schools and other programs where you think you could get in easily. I know Arizona State's Masters in Education does not require the GRE. But you may have to have a 3.0 GPA. I would not worry too much. Psyoutlaw
  14. Retake and try to get at least a 500 on the Verbal. Psyoutlaw
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