Getting in, Getting out, and Getting on with Your Life: The Complete Cynics' Series to and through Graduate Education in Clinical Psychology Book 1 - Getting In (Volume 1)
The decision to go to graduate school should not be taken lightly. It is likely to consume your finances, youth, and most of your sanity over an indeterminate period of years. It can also be difficult to know how to navigate the process of getting in, getting out, and getting on with your life. If you're going to pursue a terminal degree (and you can't be talked out of it), then you should be armed with knowledge that will give you the best chance to get what you want. The cynics' guide series is meant to be a road map through the extremely competitive journey to and through a Ph.D. in clinical psychology. This is the first book in the series, which focuses on what you should be doing during your undergraduate years to gain acceptance into a clinical Ph.D. program. It is written in a direct, humorous style that conveys advice across a period of years. It incorporates the personal experiences of the author in terms of what he did right, what he did wrong, and knowledge gained from the other side of the desk as a professor.
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