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This is a disturbing question based on a false premise that early stereotyping is inevitable, and that it determines your career. I cannot tell you which is better right now but I encourage you to take the long view: gain the skills you need to pursue your interests. I cannot believe that doing a session or two of maths will stop you doing biological work in ...


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I was facing a similar question when deciding what to study. I went for maths ("aptitude" in my case) and I'm happy with that decision with hindsight, however I wouldn't recommend generally to go for "aptitude" (or "maths" - in fact obviously my choice is aligned in some sense with both of your alternatives). I think it depends ...


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If you would like to take some additional courses (or re-take some you have already taken) then it is okay to delay graduation to do so. Just bear in mind that there is an opportunity cost to this decision, since the time spent on those courses is time not spent gaining experience in a graduate program or in the workforce. Since your goal (which you ...


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If you want a job in industry, I suggest that you get in the market and see what options you have there. You can decide that you have good enough options to jump sooner or that, from what you learn, you should 'bulk up' your resume somewhat. But, there is no reason that you can't "relearn" the stuff from older courses without retaking them. If you ...


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I don't think there's anything particularly to hide here. People are free to live with whomever they choose. In the event you actually are a professor/TA for one of the student's classes you can always at THAT time disclose to your department "this also is my house mate, what do I need to do to ensure there is no conflict of interest/appearance of ...


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