You likely took this course because you are considering clinical psychology or a closely related health field as a career. If so, this chapter raises issues of immediate and very personal concerns. Given that there is a great demand for clinical training spots and insufficient supply to meet these needs, we can at least try to bridge this gap with useful, practical information to boost your chances. Considering graduate school as a next career step requires diligent preparation because one can stop academic training with a Master’s degree (which typically does not allow to become licensed or registered as a psychologist) or a doctoral degree (which could be either a PhD or PsyD depending on the chosen program). First of all, it is important to become knowledgeable about the type of work that different psychologists do and how these activities suit the student’s personality, aspirations, and personal style and what degree is needed to do what kind of work. In Chapter 1 of this book, we tried to give “a flavor” of the profession, and you may by now have identified aspects of practice you can really get excited about.