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Author Buskist, William.

Title Preparing for graduate study in psychology : 101 questions and answers / William Buskist, Thomas R. Sherburne.

Published Malden, MA ; Carlton Vic. : Blackwell Pub., [2007]
©2007

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 UniM Store  150.711 BUSK MJ17    AVAILABLE
Edition 2nd ed.
Physical description 101 pages ; 23 cm
Summary The second edition of this highly successful book answers the "how to" questions that students always ask when applying for graduate study and helps students make informed and intelligent choices at critical points in the process. Each of the eight chapters features a series of specific questions and detailed answers about key elements of the application process - from getting started, choosing a program, taking the GRE and applying, to making a good impression at the interview and surviving the first year. Additional practical tools provided in the Appendices and elsewhere include: a timetable for completing study preparationdescriptions of the different concentrations of psychology in graduate schoola glossary of graduate school jargonoutlines for preparing a vita and sample vitathree sample letters of intentThis is a resource devoted to important, commonly asked questions and concise, honest answers that bring students up to speed on the process of applying for graduate study.
Other author Sherburne, Thomas R.
Subject Psychology -- Study and teaching (Graduate)
ISBN 1405140526