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Getting Ready for Grad School?
Whether you about to pursue your MBA or you are looking to complete a M.Ed, or any other master's degree for that matter, here are few simple tips to help you prepare yourself for graduate school after you have received that well deserved acceptance letter:
1. Make sure your documents are in order: There's nothing worse than arriving on campus only to learn important documents are either incomplete or missing.
2. Learn about your classmates: Now is a good time to find out about your new classmates, and establishing relationships with other students before you arrive on campus will help you feel more at home when you get there.
3. Research the curriculum and professors: As an incoming student, you'll likely have access to information on course syllabi and text books. Familiarize yourself with these. Purchase some of the text books in advance, and read the introduction and table of contents.
Most schools provide student-generated evaluations of professors and courses online, which typically go back two years, so be sure to check them out.
4. Start thinking about life after graduation: Yes, you are just beginning. However, it's never too early to consider life after grad school; time will literally fly by. And before you know it, you will be graduating.