Heading to Grad School – What’s happening with you?

Don't think too much!Well it’s about that time – heading to Clemson for graduate school in August and I’m excited, yet a little apprehensive.  I remember when I took the GRE a year ago, and how I felt when my scores came in.  I didn’t know if they were good enough, and that made me a little fearful.  How do you know if going to Grad school is for you? That’s a question I asked myself over and over again, especially since I’m older than many of those who are going to be attending with me this fall.  I had a social networking friend contact me with this interactive website that answered some of the basic questions and helped me along the decision making process, and it was fun and made me laugh.  I thought I would share it with you guys who are thinking about taking that big step towards higher education.

As Celine said it’s “an interactive and light-hearted adventure book that helps students decide if they should pursue grad school.” Here is the web address.

I emailed her back and told her that I choose ‘Unicorns and Rainbows.’  And if you’re wondering what the heck that means, you need to go there and find out! 🙂


2 thoughts on “Heading to Grad School – What’s happening with you?”

  1. good luck – I did grad school while teaching my first five years – one class every twelve weeks – it was exhausting keeping up with readings, grading,, prep, and family. At times, I was not a nice person to be around.


    1. Oh my! Sounds like you were stretched very thin. I will be working just part-time and a TA for the history dept. Hope it goes smoothly! 🙂


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