I am new to the forum and would be grateful for any insights the members would care to share. After a very unexpected decision of major corrections after my viva in 2016, I worked extremely hard to address the examiners' report and suggested corrections. I resubmitted in late July. I wake to check my email everyday hoping there is an answer. I was initially told by my supervisor that the examiners have 6 weeks to come back. My administrator then clarified and said that they can start chasing at 6 weeks. Either way, it's been over 6 weeks and the wait is making me tremendously anxious.
Just wondering how long others have had to wait?
Just over 3 months for me.Things can be a little slow over the summer as often academics are at conferences or on holiday, but it should be fine for your supervisor to start gently chasing up now.
I hope you have good news very soon. I know how difficult the waiting is.
Congratulations! Must be a big relief. Well done on achieving your PhD and completing the process of corrections and waiting. Hope you have a great celebration. Btw, did you manage to get in time for the graduation or do you have to go into the next round?
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