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In this exciting new book, experienced author, professor, and teacher Greg Privitera—2013 Advisor of the Year at St. Bonaventure University and recipient of the SBU Award for Professional Excellence in teaching in 2014—draws on his extensive expertise to give students a step-by-step plan for success in preparing for and applying to graduate school. Broad in scope and rich in detail, Getting Into Graduate School includes insights into how graduate school selection committees decide on candidates, a concrete freshman-to-senior-year plan, and samples of application materials, resumes, and cover letters. This empowering book provides everything students in psychology and the behavioral sciences need to map their course to academic and professional success.
Chapter 8: Submitting, Interviewing, and Waiting
Submitting, Interviewing, and Waiting
Submitting and Waiting
“The secret to getting things done is to act.”
Submitting your graduate school applications can feel as if you lifted a weight off your chest. It is a great feeling in that moment that you hit “Send” on your computer or send the application via mail. It is a well-deserved feeling of accomplishment that you should try to enjoy—go out, celebrate with friends and family, and just enjoy the moment. A lot of work went into preparing your strong application materials. You can rest assured that by following the plan in this book, you likely put well more time, thought, and planning into completing your applications than many other applicants, which, for now, gives you ...