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How To Know If You’re Competitive

How To Know If You’re Competitive

How to know if you’re competitive for PhD programs, and what you need to know about making yourself more competitive. ...more

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Negotiating Your Offers

Negotiating Your Offers

What to know about getting PhD offers and negotiating those offers. ...more

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Should I do a PhD?

Should I do a PhD?

How to determine if I should do a PhD? What are the benefits and tradeoffs? Should I really invest in my PhD? ...more

PhD Planning

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How Much Time Do I Need to Apply?

How Much Time Do I Need to Apply?

How much time will it actually take you to apply? Let’s talk about how much time you need. ...more

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PhD Application Timeline

PhD Application Timeline

What should your PhD application timeline look like? Let’s break it down. ...more

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Can PhD Students Work Part Time?

Can PhD Students Work Part Time?

Can you work part time in a funded PhD program? What should you expect? Let’s discuss the expectations from schools. ...more

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