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Educational Psychology PhD advice?!

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Why bother with a post grad course - waste of time? 17-10-2016
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    I'm hoping to apply for the Educational Psychology PhD in the next few years and was hoping to talk to someone whose been through it/is currently on it about applying for it and interviews, as well as what its actually been like during the course.

    Also I was wondering how it has been financially, I know the bursary isn't much higher for London than those eleswhere - has that been manageable?

    Any advice from someone who has been through it would be so helpful, thank you!

    I don't know about living in London but each university has its own selection procedures and structures for the course

    I am also considering going down the Educational Psychology route and have the same questions!

    What is your background/experience?

    I was a TA for a year, worked in a playscheme for children with special needs and worked as an ABA tutor in a school for children with autism
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