15 Tips for GRE Prep

Prepping for the GRE can feel overwhelming and stressful. But it doesn’t have to! We asked grad students from across the country for their best GRE prep tips. Here’s what they suggest … Study Tips Prepare a 3- or 6-month study plan. Don’t forget to build in time to practice taking the test under simulated testing conditions: Spend 4 quiet hours taking a practice test,…

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ASHA Certification Standard Changes—Most Commonly Asked Questions

Whether you’re an audiology or speech-language pathology student, as of January 1, 2020, ASHA will have new certification requirements that could affect your ability to become an ASHA Certified Member! We’ve broken down the changes for both audiology and speech-language pathology students on the post, “New ASHA Certification Standards May Affect You Now as a Student—Are You Ready?” and helped you navigate the process here:…

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Shark Attack! Meet NSSLHA’s 2019 Chapter of the Year

Each year, NSSLHA chapters participate in the NSSLHA Chapter Honors program to engage members, support their local communities, and advocate for the professions. We’re continuously wowed by the incredible work each chapter puts into reaching their goals … and this year was no exception. In addition to vying for Gold, Silver, and Bronze Chapter Honors status, one especially hardworking chapter earns the title of NSSLHA…

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Gradmission—A Guide to Getting Through the Grad Application Process

So, it’s summer and you’ve thought about taking the GRE … and you’ve kinda looked up some grad programs … but is it even the right time to start thinking about all of these things? Yes! No matter where you are as an undergrad, begin thinking about the process and develop a timeline to help you achieve your goal of entering a grad program. Start…

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