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RESOURCES: Graduate School

RESOURCES: GRADUATE SCHOOL

Psi Chi is here to assist you through the grad school application and preparation process. As you look forward to graduate school, think of how you can make your Psi Chi benefits work best for you. For example, in addition to putting Psi Chi membership as an honor on your CV, here are four ways you can strengthen your professional profile:

Grad School Materials 101

Is Grad School Right for Me?

Find out how grad school is different from undergrad. Here are also eight tips to help you transition from college to the great beyond.

Organizing Your Personal Statement

Not sure how to write your personal statement? Dr. Merry Sleigh breaks it down, section by section, with examples of valuable phrases to use or avoid.

Obtaining Strong Letters of Recommendation

Learn to make the most out of your relationships with professors before asking for recommendations for graduate school. Then, print and fill out this form to provide your letter writers with everything they’ll need to write you an outstanding recommendation.

Guide to Writing Your Vita

Discover the different sections to include in your curriculum vita. You might also need to submit a resumé; learn how to differentiate between the two.

GRE Breakdown

The better you understand the test, the better you will perform. Also, are you nervous about taking the test? Learn what to expect on test day.

Acing the Graduate School Interview Process

What should you do before, during, and after a grad school interview? Here is also a list of questions you might consider asking advisors and other faculty members during the interview.

Kopczynski

Laura Kopczynski

SUNY New Paltz

What does Psi Chi mean to you for your future in graduate school?

"Since my induction, I have been very impressed by the engaging and friendly community as well as the opportunities Psi Chi has to offer. I look forward to attending graduate school in the fall at Baruch College—and I am glad to know I have friends waiting for me in Psi Chi."

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