Applying to Professional Schools
Additional helpful information includes:
- the Helpful Websites section of your career track
- quick links to official sites for various health professions
- national student feedback on various aspects of the application process and related issues. However, some of this needs to be taken with a “grain of salt." If you have questions, contact Dr. Kirchhof-Glazier
Keep our office informed. We are here to help you, but we need your help as well. As two important reminders, please be sure to:
- List Juniata as a recipient of your admission exam scores OR if the service does not provide this option, email your scores to Dr. Kirchhof-Glazier
- Inform Dr. Kirchhof-Glazier of any updates to your database information after it is posted
Prepare for your interview by becoming educated about health care issues. Also review what you learned at the interview training workshop and your own experience with your Committee interview. If you were advised by Committee members that you could use additional interview training, be sure to sign up for additional one-on-one training in the Career Services Office.
On the day of your interview it is important that you be as relaxed as possible. Arrive in plenty of time and go to a quiet place to center yourself. Soft belly breathing is very helpful. If you center yourself on a regular basis, you will not only be able to relax better during your interview, but you will also accrue long-term benefits, some of which involve changes in gene expression.
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