Required score = 600 Required score = 600 paper-based; 250 computer-based. Admitted students must take VA English Language Proficiency Exam upon arrival.
You should get people that know you, your coursework, and/or lab work well to write letters of recommendation on your behalf, like a past advisor, lecturer, etc.
Thus, there may be nothing to improve upon in your application.
You were evaluated with several others on all of the credentials listed above.
The Graduate Committee relies heavily on the letters of recommendation, so take these seriously.
You do not have to have a background in Psychology in order to apply.
When all of this is done, you will be ready to apply, and to write a convincing personal statement.
You should focus your thinking on why you want to go to graduate school and what you would do once you are here. Scores (V Q): Most areas 1300 (314 on the new GRE scale) Clinical 1400 (321 on the new GRE scale) 1200- (308 on the new GRE scale) (slim chance of admittance but other materials within application will be considered) ETS will report GRE scores up to five years following the test date.
No, please do not call the Graduate School to see if your application is complete.
They are so busy that they will just transfer you to the department you applied that probably will not be able to tell you anything until after February 15. If you applied within the last 2 years, just send a letter with your application stating that you are reapplying and would like to use certain documents (tell us what they are) from your previous application.