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If you already have a good sense of how the relevant fields fit together, and you know your way around the standard references, I personally find that the best approach is to just jump into a good pap …
answered Dec 30 '18 by Elizabeth Henning
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To add to the other answers: Many publishers and professional societies produced bound paper indices of journal articles such as Math Reviews by the AMS.
answered Jun 25 by Elizabeth Henning
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This is the reason you gave for pursuing a PhD:  I hated working on my master's thesis, but I nonetheless grabbed the opportunity to start a PhD, because I convinced myself that it was something t …
answered Oct 1 '17 by Elizabeth Henning
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The trajectory of "progress" and how to measure it depends heavily on your field, or even your subfield, so it's impossible to give general advice about benchmarks. For example, I've heard many people …
answered Aug 18 '17 by Elizabeth Henning
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Your planned schedule sounds reasonable, but I would be more concerned about the energy commitment with full-time employment, particularly with a learning disability. Depending on the nature of your d …
answered Mar 10 by Elizabeth Henning