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Provides a step-by-step plan for gaining admission to graduate school in psychology. Covers clarifying reasons for pursuing a graduate degree, decisions to make before researching graduate programs in psychology, assessing qualifications and improving chances for acceptance, and more. For students. Previous edition: c1993. Softcover.
Table of Contents
|Why and how you should use this book||p. 3|
|Is a graduate degree in psychology the right choice for you?||p. 11|
|Decisions to make before researching graduate programs in psychology||p. 29|
|Assessing your qualifications and improving your chances for acceptance||p. 59|
|Choosing which programs to apply to||p. 83|
|Applying to graduate programs||p. 121|
|After you've applied||p. 147|
|Timetable for early planners||p. 165|
|A student's guide to the APA divisions||p. 171|
|State and provincial boards and agencies for the statutory licensure or certification of psychologists||p. 189|
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