- Accepted to UT Austin
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Good evening Carol!
I hope this email finds you well. I am writing to express my profound gratitude for the support that you have provided me with my application package. I would like to inform you that I have been admitted to the Doctor of Speech-Language Pathology (SLP-D) program in the Communication Sciences and Disorders Department (CSD) at Northwestern University beginning in June. I was also awarded a merit-based scholarship. I have accepted this phenomenal offer.
Thank you again for aiding in shaping my application for the SLP-D program. I wish you the very best!
However it is going to turn out, I want to thank you for your priceless advice. When I went in for the interview it felt like I was doing it a second time. I was prepared, you told me what to prepare on and I did it and I was able to be calm and confident in my answers and honestly, I think I did a good job. Then you know... you never know how these things turn out... but thank you very much!
I’ve received my official offer from [PhD program at] UT Austin (my first choice) over the past week, with a very good financial package. Thank you so much for your help in everything!! I am still waiting for the other two, but I’m already very excited about my first offer.
- Accepted to PhD program at UT Austin
I just wanted to let you know that I got accepted this week to CUNY, Rutgers, and Columbia (MPH)!!!
Thank you so much for your help and feedback on my essays!
I was lucky to have Dr. Barr by my side in my graduate school application. He helped me to see things I could not see myself, like how schools’ admission committees would think, like how my recommenders would think. Now I got accepted by my dream school, and all this would not become possible without Dr. Barr’s help. The applications felt less stressful since I knew I could call him and ask questions when I was confused. And Dr. Barr pointed me to the right path several times at crucial turning points along my way. Of course, it was also always fun to talk to him, and his encouragement cheered me up greatly in the long battle of the graduate school application.