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What is the likelihood I am able to gain admission into a PHD program for psychology with little/to no experincce?

I went through undergrad in less than a year, and I came from a town where access to these opportunities were not possible. I know I want to pursue a PHD in psychology, but I am struggling during this process, and I am going to be first gen for graduate school.

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You should have an advisor at your school who can help you. Talk to them. Or, speak to one of your psychology professors that you have a relationship with. College professors generally love to help their students.

If your undergraduate degree is not in psychology and you don't know any professors, see if your school has some kind of student graduate advisor department - maybe in the career center. I would bet it will be hard to get into a graduate program without a psych degree. You may have to take some additional undergraduate classes and get a second degree - or at least some experience/knowledge in the field and get to know some of your schools' psych profs.
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