Which Graduate Schools Should You Apply To?

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Where_to_applyListen to the recording of Linda Abraham’s latest podcast to learn the 4-step formula for a successful graduate school application process.

00:01:17 – The secret to acceptance: applying to the right schools.

00:04:54 – Begin with the end in mind: determining your post-degree professional goal.

00:16:02 – How to analyze your goals.

00:17:02 – Researching schools: what to look for and how to find it.

00:25:47 – Evaluating your qualifications: what schools want to see.

00:33:13 – Where it all comes together: choosing the right schools to apply to.

Listen to the full conversation to learn more!

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