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To gain admission, a student must hold an honors bachelor's degree normally of high second class standing, or its equivalent.  All applicants are required to submit results from the General section of the Graduate Record Examination (GRE).

Application forms can be filled out on-line, downloaded and printed using Adobe, or they can be obtained from the School of Graduate Studies (, or the Department of Psychology ( Students are asked to submit their applications as early as possible as files (including letters of reference) will be evaluated before February 1. Letters of reference should be submitted directly to the School of Graduate Studies on the appropriate forms. Admission decisions are normally made by April 1. Late applications may be considered if openings are available.

General admission inquiries should be addressed to the School of Graduate Studies. Specific queries about programs can be sent to the appropriate faculty members, or to the Chair of the Psychology Graduate Studies Committee, Dr. Rita Anderson ( or the Department Secretary, Ms. Brenda Crewe (

Copyright 2006.  Department of Psychology, Memorial University of Newfoundland.