masters in psych

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    How helpful is a masters for a career in clinical neuropsychology?

    Hello! I am interested in becoming a clinical neuropsychologist. After learning how difficult it is to get selected for an interview for a clinical psychology PhD program (that offers a neuropsychology track), I am looking at masters programs in Europe instead (because masters in neuropsychology...
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    Where to go from here?--Clinical Psychology MA Program

    Hello, This is my first time posting a thread on here, so I'm not sure if I'm doing this right. I am in need of some advice. I am currently a 4th year undergrad student at UChicago and have a 3.1 cumulative GPA (3.4 Psychology) I have not taken my GRE yet, but intend to do so next summer, to...
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    Scholarships at Teachers College of Columbia University

    Hi! New to this website. First, let me introduce myself- I recently graduated from College this past May with a Bachelors in Psychology. I'm currently taking this year off to get some experience in clinical setting and apply to graduate programs in clinical psychology. I'm really interested in...
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    MA/MS New School, Teachers College. Anyone have info?

    Hi all, I was accepted to New School and think the program, research and faculty are great. I have to let them know by this Friday and put down the (non-refundable) deposit. I was also accepted (on Monday) to Teachers College MA program, which I am not as familiar with but trying to pick up...
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    Advice needed for masters in councelling psych admissions

    Hi all, I'd very much appreciate some of your sage wisdom on how I should proceed. Apologies in advance if any of these questions have been posted before, I looked but didn't see any quite like them. Firstly I live in Canada and would prefer to go to school in Canada (although Americans are...
  6. Pinda0812

    Psych masters

    Right now my major is Bio Behavioral Health and I'm planning on getting a Psych minor I want to get a masters in psychology and I'm wondering if you can get a masters in psychology without a bachelors in psychology, and also if I can should I get a M.A. or a M.S. Thanks