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Executing "The Plan (R)" [Step 2]

Aside from [Step 1] making a degree plan and [Step 1.5] meeting with my advisor to make sure my calculations are correct (she said they aren't, and I don't believe her, but the latest I'll finish my coursework is next summer), I have had a mental pin in the need to definitively find graduate schools to apply to for my Master's degree (although there's a program that's tempting me to bypass the M.A./M.S. in favor of going straight to a Ph.D. in Statistics). A compiled list of all the viable schools with a Master's program in Experimental Psychology is here.
Anyone have any input about these schools? Any schools I should avoid or give special weight to?

[Step 3 is taking the GRE this summer. Any input there is also appreciated!]

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eacole72
Apr. 6th, 2012 01:11 am (UTC)
To echo Ray ... If you want to take a closer look at ESU, just let us know. We'd be glad to have you stay with us. :)
desahra
Apr. 6th, 2012 01:12 am (UTC)
Thank you! I may take you up on that. :)
mythrilwyrm
Apr. 9th, 2012 06:47 pm (UTC)
The GRE is basically the SAT for college graduates. You'll have to write two timed essays and complete a multiple choice section, which is divided into verbal and mathematical components. If you're familiar with algebra, mathematical logic, and grammar and punctuation rules, you won't have very many problems at all.
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