Criteria for Admission Decisions
Applicants are judged on the total strength of their admissions package.
- Grades: Fifty percent of recently admitted students had a undergraduate GPA of 3.68 to 3.73.
- Test Scores: Both new and old (up to 5 years) GRE test scores will be considered.
- Fit:Greater consideration is given to applicants who have research interests that match our faculty and resources, indicated by the personal statement.
- Academic Character: The letters of recommendation help faculty to gauge an applicant's academic character.
For Fall Semester 2010, 229 students applied and 30 were offered admissions. Of those offered admissions, 19 applicants accepted our offer to join the program. For Fall 2010, there were 95 applicants to the Clinical area and 39 to the joint Clinical/Developmental area. Cognition and Neuroscience received 23 applicants, Developmental 16, Quantitative 12 and Social/Personality 44.