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I've been a long time follower of Now I know email newsletters and I am glad the book has been published. This book is equally interesting with so many new interesting stories. I showed it to my roommates and they all loved it. It's not like your typical fact book. There are very unique stories behind the facts which make it so much more enjoyable.
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This is a must have for anyone considering getting a graduate degree in any field of psychology. I was at one time considering a PhD in clinical psychology. I've changed direction now, but I still don't regret buying the book. At the time, it was VERY helpful in identifying those schools that I would be interested in, and also which ones I would most likely be able to get in. Each school (even in Canada) with some sort of psychology degree is listed. You can read about which degrees are offered, if they're accredited or not (very important!), what the average GPA and GRE scores are of previous accepted applicants, the financial aid given, etc. I definitely referenced this book many times in the process. It's very helpful. I'd suggest anyone considering a grad psych degree, no matter what kind, to get this book!