Thank you, I greatly appreciate it!
I do always enjoy learning about what SLP grad students did to stand out in their application. Volunteer/work experiences, GPA, letters of recommendation, etc.
I have a good grasp on what to do, but new ideas are always helpful.
So, if you ever feel like divulging that… :)
Plan ahead. I really had no clue of what to look for in a school or what I wanted to do (travel/take a year off) and I ended up rushing against deadlines and missed one because of that. I ended up getting accepted to the university in Boulder, CO and the school where I recieved my BA. I ended up having to turn Boulder down from lack of financial planning/feasability.
As far as things to get accepted, I think thats pretty standard, sell yourself and show your interest. If I think of something more though I’ll let you know. :)