April 11, 2013
WHEN YOU THOUGHT YOU COULD FINISH A PH.D. IN FIVE YEARS:

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  6. confessionsofaquantpsychgradgirl reblogged this from wheninacademia and added:
    oh well…maybe in six????
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  8. carrieloc reblogged this from wheninacademia and added:
    Indeed.
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  12. femme-forward reblogged this from wheninacademia and added:
    I don’t say this very often, but I love you British education system. 3-4 years for a PhD YEAH.
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  14. spitulnik reblogged this from wheninacademia and added:
    I dreamed a dream…
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  16. polyglotted reblogged this from wheninacademia and added:
    I’ve come to the realization that that’s not happening… However, I’m hoping to finish my MA in one… Is that doable?
  17. star-cunning said: Hey, it’s possible! UK system has 3 years as an ideal, though most take 3.5 to 4.
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    éljen a jövő!
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