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In this workshop we'll review how to determine what graduate schools you should apply to, discuss how many schools you should be targeting, begin making your long list of schools to research, and outline what steps you should take to turn your long list into a short list.
In this class we'll cover some of the most frequent questions we get about applying to grad school: how do schools weigh the GRE and GMAT, what score do I need to get into my target program, how long do I need to study, how does a school view my GPA, and should I explain my GPA and/or test scores to prospective programs?
In this workshop we'll cover the importance of Letters of Recommendation: who you should ask to recommend you and how, how to keep track of LORs and follow up on outstanding letters, the difference between CVs and resumes, and how to make your CV stand out and complement the rest of your application.
Figuring out how graduate school funding works can be one of the most confusing parts of applying to graduate programs. In this class we'll cover what you need to know about funding, answer your most pressing funding-related questions, and make a plan for reaching out to individual programs to get more complicated questions answered.
The Personal Statement and Statement of Purpose are two of the most important parts of your application. We'll discuss why they are so important; what separates good application essays from great ones; cover what should go in your PS/SOP and what shouldn't; and talk writing timelines. You'll also get to read and discuss real SOPs and Personal Statements from accepted graduate applications!
The first paragraph of your Statement of Purpose or Personal Statement is your chance to grab the attention of your Admission Committees. In this workshop we'll look at and talk about examples of successful introductions before helping you to start crafting an intro that will make your reader want to keep reading and get to know you better.
Once you've grabbed your reader's attention you need to tell them all about you in a few short paragraphs. This workshop will help you plan and write those paragraphs ensuring you have a clear, well-organized, and interesting essay that tells Admissions Committees exactly who you are and why you are a great fit for their program.
20+ years of collective experience getting students into their dream schools
Derrick is a Test Prep & Admissions Expert at Magoosh. Derrick earned a BA from Morehouse College and was a client manager at Goldman Sachs. He is currently earning his MBA at The Fuqua School of Business at Duke University.
Jen has tutored and helped create and teach Admissions classes at Magoosh for the past four years. She is an alum of UCLA and a PhD Candidate in History at Emory University.
Taryn is an Instructor & Content Creator at Magoosh -- helping students navigate the complex grad school application process. She has a BS in Developmental Psychology from UCSD, and will begin her Master's in Biochemistry this fall!
Brittny graduated summa cum laude with a BS in Nuclear Medicine from Old Dominion University and earned her MBA and MHA from Georgia State. She also has a decade of experience in tutoring and teaching!
As a writing coach and admissions consultant, Linnea has helped thousands of students successfully navigate the admissions process, guiding them through program selection and essay writing, all the way through submission!
Social Sciences, Education
As a former public school teacher, Kelsey knows a thing or two about helping various students reach their educational goals. She holds a BS in English, history, and psychology education, and she is currently pursuing her PhD in School Psychology at Utah State University.
The instructors had graduated from the schools I was applying to! I really felt like they cared about my grad school journey.
So much useful info that I hadn’t heard before. I no longer felt alone in the application process. And - I was accepted!
It really got me excited to work on my applications and I was able to make lots of progress on my essays!
You can get feedback from Magoosh Admissions Instructors on any writing portion of your application for an additional purchase. We're happy to review drafts of your Personal Statement, SOP, Diversity Statement, short answer questions, and other written material. We'll provide thorough feedback within one week of receiving your draft.
We are happy to issue you a refund if you are not satisfied with the course or feel like our classes don’t work for your learning style.
For a full refund students must email email@example.com within 2 weeks of purchasing. Any student who is issued a refund will no longer be able to join classes, access recordings, or access the Discord server.
After you sign up, you'll receive an email with next steps for getting started with Magoosh Admissions. This email will contain:
1. Access to the Magoosh Admissions Discord
2. Instructions for joining Instructor Q&As
3. Access to our recording library.
You can expect each class to be a mix of instructor presentations and hands on application exercises.
Students taking Magoosh Admissions courses have access to a private community (thru Discord) where they can connect with other students in their cohort.
Students will have lifetime access to the server — even after their course ends.
Students use the Magoosh Admissions Discord community to:
Have a topic you want to learn about? Magoosh Admissions students will also have the opportunity to suggest — and vote for — admissions-related topics they’d like to learn about.
For example - a class on who to ask for recommendations, or a class on how to identify potential advisors, or a class geared towards a certain degree — all ideas are welcome!
Every week, we’ll teach a class on the topic students vote for -- and make the recording available, too! (This is in addition to all of the other classes we also offer on all of the core admissions topics — like writing a personal statement, putting together your CV, etc.)
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject “Grad Admissions Course”
Choose a webinar and register. We'll email you the recording if you can't make it.