42: Tips and Tricks for Applying to Graduate School

slp coffee talk episode 42

I remember the days when I was applying for graduate school as an SLP. The process can feel a bit overwhelming – especially when you are applying for the first time. 

 

That’s why, in this episode of SLP Coffee Talk,  I thought we would pay it forward to the people who are thinking about graduate school for Speech-Language Pathology. 

 

Listen in to my interview with special guest Shannon Briggs from SLP Corner who is an expert in SLP graduate school application and prep. 

 

If you are getting ready to apply, then be sure to grab a pen and paper so you can gather all of Shannon’s best tips!

 

 

 

In This Episode You’ll Discover:

 

  • Best advice for grad school applicants 
  • What to focus on when you are gaining experience for your application 
  • Why GPA is not everything 
  • How many grad schools you should apply to 
  • How to improve your application if you aren’t accepted the first time 
  • Shannon’s best advice for getting through grad school 

 

slp coffee talk episode 42

Joke of the Week:

 

Q- Why didn’t the teddy bear eat his lunch?

A-Because he was stuffed. 

 

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