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Institution Program (Season) Decision & Date St1 Date Added Notes
Duke UniversityClinical Psychology, PhD (F19)Other via Other on 15 Feb 2019 15 Feb 2019
  • Hey! Maybe T*** M****** would like to know how many offers you have/your sh**ty attitude/your plans to wait. Or the fact that you feel entitled to post all this on the internet under her name.
Louisiana State UniversityClinical Psychology, PhD (S19)Other via Other on 15 Feb 2019 A15 Feb 2019
  • If possible for posters below and those who plan to post from here on could include the initials of their POI, it’d be greatly appreciated! This too is my top choice and I’ve yet to hear anything. Applied under JM as POI
Yale Graduate School Of Arts And SciencesClinical Psychology, PhD (F19)Other via Other on 15 Feb 2019 15 Feb 2019
  • To the person who got accepted to yale graduate school, can you tell me something about your SOP?
University Of IndianapolisClinical Psychology, Other (F19)Accepted via Website on 11 Feb 2019 Undergrad GPA: 4.00
GRE General (V/Q/W): 165/161/5.00
GRE Subject: n/a
A15 Feb 2019
  • Still no email or post notification at all, I checked the portal after seeing other posts on here. No word on fellowships.
Yale UniversityClinical Psychology, PhD (F19)Other via Other on 15 Feb 2019 15 Feb 2019
  • Alright children, get your sh** together. First, to all the haters out there. 4 offer poster has the right to consider their options and choose the program they like the most and they have until April 15th to do so. It is NOT greedy, but yeah, it would be nice if they could decide sooner rather than later. Also @4 offers, listen you entitled sh**, yes, you worked hard and you probably deserve those acceptances but that does not mean that others who did not get the same results did not work as hard or even harder than you did. Be thankful for what you have because grad admissions are quite random. So f you too.
Yale UniversityClinical Psychology, PhD (F19)Other via Other on 15 Feb 2019 A15 Feb 2019
  • To the person who doesn’t like that i have 4 offers. THEY ARE MY OFFERS. I will do what I please with them. Maybe next time try harder and you’ll be someone’s first choice.
University Of Connecticut (storrs)Clinical Psychology, PhD (F19)Other via Other on 15 Feb 2019 A15 Feb 2019
  • To the UConn poster below, would you mind sharing which faculty member's lab you have been accepted to? Thank you!!
UMass-AmherstClinical Psychology, PhD (F19)Wait listed via E-mail on 14 Feb 2019 Undergrad GPA: 3.67
GRE General (V/Q/W): 164/164/5.50
GRE Subject: 790
A15 Feb 2019
  • Notified by PI (MC) very graciously via email I was first on the waitlist.
La Salle UniversityClinical Psychology, Other (F19)Wait listed via E-mail on 15 Feb 2019 15 Feb 2019
Hofstra UniversityClinical Psychology, PhD (F19)Interview via E-mail on 15 Feb 2019 15 Feb 2019
  • Just got an email saying the PI I originally requested isn’t taking new students, but they hired a new faculty member and asked if I’d like to work with her. So interview day on 2/22 and then Skype with new PI
University Of Connecticut - StorrsClinical Psychology, PhD (F19)Accepted via E-mail on 15 Feb 2019 A15 Feb 2019
Duke UniversityClinical Psychology, PhD (F19)Accepted via Other on 15 Feb 2019 15 Feb 2019
  • To Duke poster - were you rejected post interview or without an interview? Thanks!
Duke UniversityClinical Psychology, PhD (F19)Rejected via E-mail on 15 Feb 2019 15 Feb 2019
Emory (Laney Graduate School)Clinical Psychology, PhD (F19)Accepted via E-mail on 4 Feb 2019 A15 Feb 2019
  • Had gotten a call from the PI a few days before, then e-mail from the program with official offer!
University Of South FloridaClinical Psychology, PhD (F19)Wait listed via E-mail on 14 Feb 2019 15 Feb 2019
  • Really bummed about this one. Hoping someone turns down the offer :(
Duke UniversityClinical Psychology, PhD (F19)Rejected via E-mail on 15 Feb 2019 15 Feb 2019
George Washington University (GWU)Clinical Psychology, PhD (F19)Wait listed via E-mail on 14 Feb 2019 15 Feb 2019
  • Wait list email from DCT
Duke UniversityClinical Psychology, PhD (F19)Rejected via Website on 15 Feb 2019 15 Feb 2019
  • Email saying to check app portal, didn't interview
All UniversitiesClinical Psychology, PhD (F19)Other via Other on 15 Feb 2019 O15 Feb 2019
  • TTPB: Get bent.
All UniversitiesClinical Psychology, PhD (F19)Other via Other on 15 Feb 2019 15 Feb 2019
  • (continued) a. It is legitimate for students to want to visit a program, if they have not done so already, before making decisions among offers. Such visits should be scheduled as soon as practical after the offer of admission is received. If after a visit to a program the student decides that the program is rated lower than a program that the student has already been offered admission to, the student should inform the lower rank program that they will be declining their offer. b. Whenever possible, the student applicant should inform training programs by phone or email of a decision, following up within 24 hours with a written confirmation of that decision. c. Once a student has accepted an offer of admission to a Graduate Training Program, the student should inform all programs in which they are currently under consideration that they are either declining outstanding offers of admission or no longer wish to be considered for admission. Students should contact by phone or email those programs that have offered them admission
All UniversitiesClinical Psychology, PhD (F19)Other via Other on 15 Feb 2019 A15 Feb 2019
  • When considering multiple offers, PLEASE BE ETHICAL and follow the Council of University Directors of Clinical Psychology Guidelines for Graduate School Offers and Acceptances: "A student should not hold more than two offers for more than one week unless there is specific information (e.g. a visit is scheduled, funding decisions, advisor decisions) they are waiting to receive from the program. Difficulty making up one’s mind is not considered an adequate excuse to limit the options available to other applicants. Holding multiple offers ties up slots, preventing programs from making offers to other students. This is a complex principle operationalized in the points below."
Louisiana State UniversityClinical Psychology, PhD (F19)Wait listed via E-mail on 15 Feb 2019 15 Feb 2019
  • Wait listed at LSU, First alternate . This is my top choice so please if you are juggling offers be mindful. Thank you and good luck to all
University Of WaterlooClinical Psychology, Masters (F19)Accepted via E-mail on 15 Feb 2019 I15 Feb 2019
  • Informal acceptance email from POI, official letter to come!
Widener UniversityClinical Psychology, Other (F19)Accepted via Phone on 4 Feb 2019 15 Feb 2019
  • PsyD program. Interviewed 1/30 and was accepted 2/4.
Yale UniversityClinical Psychology, PhD (F19)Other via Other on 15 Feb 2019 O15 Feb 2019
  • Hey! So holding 4 offers is super unethical and actually against guidelines. Not sure "TM" would appreciate an applicant doing this and wasting her time until April. Something to think about.

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