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Questions relating to academic supervision, which is broadly defined as the supervisory relationship between advisors and their students.

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how do I react to a situation in which they all go to pray except me? Do you think I have to open this debate with them, and close it once and for all? Should I to pretend to be like them, pray …
answered Dec 12 '18 by user9371654
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Since you seem to have made it and passed your Phd., why do you go to the pain? May be they become more experienced and improve. Assume good faith especially if they are not experienced and you are th …
answered Dec 10 '18 by user9371654
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It really depends on you. If you have good background, have done Masters and knows how to to do research, done some AI experiments, determined and motivated, yes you can do Phd. with your described ci …
answered Dec 19 '18 by user9371654
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/supervision and they can not claim so with previous work done elsewhere. You might be exaggerating your directors' power. They are not Gods at the end. Each institution have regulations that protect …
answered Dec 7 '18 by user9371654