I'd like to think I'm no. 8, but probably no. 3 lol 8-)
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Heh, I like to pretend I'm number 6 but there's definitely a large part of 2 about me!
I'm proably closest to 6, but I don't want answers. I just want to be able to engage with my subject for the rest of my career, write about it at a high level and teach. I think some people might think I am an eternal student, but my experience of PhDing has zero in common with the undergrad experience - which I hated anyhow. I wish I were an 8!
I'm definitely a 2, but they should have added another sentence to say "and wants to strangle any student who tells them 'I hate my PhD, I want a job'" ;) I could be a bit of a 3- I'm not an eccentric but I wouldn't want to work anywhere but academia now.
I think my MSc supervisor would say I was a 6 as, in his words, I "f***ing love" my subject area. I wonder if he wrote that on my PhD reference ;)
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I guess I was a mixture of 6 and 2, though 1 has a certain appeal about it. :-)
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