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I have already used up all my hours with my supervisor, but I need feedback. Do I have the right to ask for more hours?

I have never heard of a student “using all their time with a supervisor”. If the situation is as described, the supervisor has left and you cannot reach her in a timely manner, then I suggest you ...
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I have already used up all my hours with my supervisor, but I need feedback. Do I have the right to ask for more hours?

If someone works at another university, then that person gets paid to help the students of that new university. There is usually some leniency for a transition period. However, if you already used up ...
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How to politely ask a professor if you can work under them as a contingency plan?

You might want to contemplate applying to grad school at your undergrad institution, as a back-up plan (no reason to be apologetic), so that you'd be a student... much more employable in every way (...
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How to politely ask a professor if you can work under them as a contingency plan?

For professor mentoring an undergraduate student, the broad goals for their students should be: Teach you about research - both how to do it and what it's like Get you to your next position, which is ...
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How to politely ask a professor if you can work under them as a contingency plan?

A sit down conversation would be good, where you talk about your long term goals and mention that you might be delayed in starting grad school. Just ask if there are things they can help you with in ...
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