Admissions to Graduate
Programs (steps to consider)
Application Materials: Test scores from either Graduate
or Miller Analogies Test
are usually required.
Transcripts: Usually required by most schools detailing
your work at each institution you have attended.
Letters of Recommendation: 3 or 4 letters of
recommendation are also usually required by most schools.
Ask your psychology professors!
Experience: Not essential, but always a plus. Evidence of
research and practical experience suggest that you are
involved, and show a positive sign of your potential for
Source: Jerry Phares & Timothy Trull -
Clinical Psychology 1997