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walkmanyi sums it upsums it up:

Fomite has a fairly comprehensive answeranswer on how to judge potential advisors by looking beyond their recent publications:

Henry addsadds that there may also be some benefits to having an advisor who is generally well-liked by his/her peers:

Piotr Migdal sayssays the most important question to ask is

Suresh suggestssuggests asking:

Theresa Liao has some more good questionssome more good questions to ask current students:

walkmanyi sums it up:

Fomite has a fairly comprehensive answer on how to judge potential advisors by looking beyond their recent publications:

Henry adds that there may also be some benefits to having an advisor who is generally well-liked by his/her peers:

Piotr Migdal says the most important question to ask is

Suresh suggests asking:

Theresa Liao has some more good questions to ask current students:

walkmanyi sums it up:

Fomite has a fairly comprehensive answer on how to judge potential advisors by looking beyond their recent publications:

Henry adds that there may also be some benefits to having an advisor who is generally well-liked by his/her peers:

Piotr Migdal says the most important question to ask is

Suresh suggests asking:

Theresa Liao has some more good questions to ask current students:

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There are many different advising styles, and you should can learn more about potential advisors to find the one whose style works for you.
walkmanyi

walkmanyi sums it up:

There are many different advising styles, and should can learn more about potential advisors to find the one whose style works for you.
walkmanyi sums it up:

There are many different advising styles, and you should learn more about potential advisors to find one whose style works for you.

walkmanyi sums it up:

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  • does PA [potential advisor] have time to meet with you when you need help ? Or does PA [potential advisor] want too many meetings ?
  • how much guidance are you given ? Too much ? Too little ?
  • is the relationship "work only" ? Do you talk about non technical academic issues ?
  • does PA have time to meet with you when you need help ? Or does PA want too many meetings ?
  • how much guidance are you given ? Too much ? Too little ?
  • is the relationship "work only" ? Do you talk about non technical academic issues ?
  • does PA [potential advisor] have time to meet with you when you need help ? Or does PA [potential advisor] want too many meetings ?
  • how much guidance are you given ? Too much ? Too little ?
  • is the relationship "work only" ? Do you talk about non technical academic issues ?
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