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The AAPI Explained: Shedding some light on APPIC’s requirements & completing the AAPI

Applying for internship can be a daunting task, especially if you’re applying through APPIC. The APPIC Application for Psychology Internships, or the AAPI, is used by doctoral level psychology students to obtain an APA accredited internship or APPIC accredited internship.

The AAPI requires applicants to report a large amount of somewhat complicated data, and it can be quite confusing figuring out what goes where.

At Time2Track, we’ve spent an exorbitant amount of time scouring the AAPI (and its instructions) to make sure we’re providing the right information in the correct format. The AAPI instructions can be confusing too, so we’ve pulled out the parts that are often overlooked, and hopefully that will explain a little more about how our calculations (and APPIC’s requirements) work.

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5 Things you can do with Time2Track’s Activities List

Time2Track’s Activities List is a different way to view your activities. But it’s a little bit hidden and we haven’t done a very good job of letting you all know that it’s there. The Time2Track Activities List view is just what it sounds like. Instead of viewing your activities in the Calendar, you can see them in a list. Just by showing you your activities in this way, it allows us to provide some pretty powerful tools to work with your data. Here are 5 ways you can use the Activities List.

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10 things to consider when you start tracking your hours

When you started your practicum or field training, chances are you had no clue how to go about keeping track of your experiences. I mean, you already have a day planner, right? Isn’t that enough? Even if you’re well into your clinical training or internship, you may still be searching for the the right way to track your hours. It’s important to get started on the right foot, but it’s never too late to get organized with our hours-tracking. Here are 10 things you may not have thought about when choosing a tracking method that’s right for you.

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Giveaway Winners Announced!

Our Summer Giveaway was a HUGE success with a grand total of 15,637 entries from 1,385 different people. We are thrilled that so many of you participated and look forward to hosting many more fun giveaways in the future! So without further adieu, keep reading to see the winners…

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Online Supervisor Approval for Everyone!

If you’re working toward your degree or license, chances are you have to get your hours signed off by a supervisor. With Time2Track, you can print off signature sheets for this very purpose. But now, you also have the option of submitting those hours directly to your supervisor through Time2Track. It simplifies the process for everyone, saves trees, and lets you and your school or training site track the approval process in real-time. We’re happy to report that Online Supervisor Approval is now available for everyone!

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We’re hosting a giveaway!

In honor of the start of summer, Time2Track is hosting a giveaway! We’re giving away an iPad Mini to one grand-prize winner. Ten more lucky winners will receive a $50 gift card to Amazon.com. And it’s super easy to earn entries!

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Import your MyPsychTrack data into Time2Track

Have you been tracking your hours with MyPsychTrack, but wish you could use Time2Track? Well…you’re not alone. That’s why we’ve developed a handy tool to easily import your MyPsychTrack data into Time2Track. It’s quick and simple to use – all you need to do is export your “Activities Report Spreadsheet” from your MyPsychTrack account, then drag-and-drop it into the Time2Track import interface. That’s it. Time2Track handles the rest.

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