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Sophie wants to be a psychologist...
Sophie wants to become a psychologist. She is a good student and on track for Honours. Last year she became aware that many psychology students did not get the marks for entry to Honours. She wants to both understand the materials and achieve the best result she can. Research reports are new to her and she wants some help after hours in order to understand each component of the report and to discuss the application of the underlying theories with an experienced researcher or practitioner. She knows that in her previous studies, that preparation is the key.
Nicholas is in his third year of a psychology degree...
Nicholas is in his final year of undergraduate psychology and his grades have been mostly at HD level. He is studying advanced statistics and has questions about SPSS. He feels he needs further help above what his university can provide. He wants to achieve the best marks to support his honors application, but also to really understand what he is doing. In order to work more effectively he decides to consult a tutor who has taught statistics at university. By taking this action, he feels he will improve his ability to use SPSS to conduct his analysis.
Hayden is due to start his Honours thesis...
He is clear about what he would like to do and has a good thesis supervisor. His goal is to study a Master of Clinical Psychology. He has attended residential school for thesis preparation but still has so many questions. He understands that his university supervisor has limited time.
His mates who have finished their honours year advise him to seek a mentor. This makes sense to him because that is what he would do for a work project, seek help from those who have done a similar project, and learn from them. In the past, he has done his best work when as part of his research, discusses ideas with others in order to formulate solutions.
James is Applying for Post -Grad - Masters Positions
James has completed his thesis! It is time to apply for post graduate courses. James has great work experience, but his resume is dated. He knows to apply for a Masters programs, a good resume is essential to get a look in.
He also is aware that entry to a Masters of Clinical/Professional Psychology program, he must perform well at a panel interview. He hasn’t ever sat a panel interview, let alone done any role play or scenario training. He does not feel confident about this.
James decides to seek help with his resume and to prepare for an interview with someone who has been though the same process.
He is successful and is accepted into a Masters of Psychology. He would like industry perspectives and supervision over what the university can provide. Professional supervision can be found here.
Glenda intends on studying a PhD in Psychology or Criminology...
Glenda is a Police Detective and a busy woman. Her goal is to achieve a PhD and then apply findings to her work. Glenda wants to consult with a published researcher and academic who has experience applying for a PhD. Time is valuable to her. She wants a human source of her own to confidentially discuss her research ideas with, help formulate research questions, gain advanced research skills, seek guidance about writing her proposals.
She thinks about her goal in terms of one big investigation, broken into smaller parts. This helps her feel calmer about things.
'Human Sources' and Information?
The acquisition of knowledge and skills for a student is typically gained from lecture notes, internet resources, articles and written research. Consider expanding your investigation by consulting a human source. That is, someone with specific knowledge and experience that is relevant to you.
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