Sule
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Should I finish my PhD?
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I haven’t completed a PhD, but every single person I’ve spoken to who has, reports feeling the exact same way you do, and it is often the case that you will continue to feel like your thesis is subpar ...

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Just graduated with a master’s degree, but I internalised nothing
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I’m guessing you still have the learning materials from your previous degree or have access to them. I would start by pulling them all out and going through them by yourself. If you’re smart enough to ...

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Why is the UK such a brain magnet?
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Based on anecdotal experiences, and things I’ve heard from students I know who study in the UK, these are the reasons people choose to study/research in the UK: 1) Most UK universities don’t ask ...

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admission in UK university for Masters/ PHD program
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It’s hard to say with a PhD; most people don’t know exactly why they were offered certain positions as it’s a highly individual process, and every application is unique. I’ll just tell you my ...

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Pursuing a master's in mathematics with eyes on a PhD: Will a D or C in graduate Analysis 2 ruin my chances?
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I know nothing about how PhDs in mathematics work, so I’ll just speak generally. I got a first class degree at undergraduate level and As and Bs in all my modules during my Masters but because of ...

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How old can references or sources in a thesis be?
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To be honest, just like you’ve said, all of this is quite subjective... Personally, I believe that if a paper is relevant to the point you are trying to make and hasn’t been categorically disproven ...

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What typically incentivizes a professor to change jobs to a lower ranking university?
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I think an observation I made while applying to both high and low ranked universities could go a little way to explain this phenomenon; I have found that low ranked universities treat students and ...

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Former collaborator presenting joint research as his own
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Yes! I think you should tell the university that he is literally presenting your work as his. It would have been different if you and he worked on a separate paper together while you were still a PhD ...

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