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Thread: How did you come up with the idea for your PhD?

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11-Aug-08, 21:26
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posted about 12 years ago
The FIRST year of your bachelors degree?

Thread: Doing a PHD in a different field than the one I have

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10-Aug-08, 09:51
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posted about 12 years ago
I would imagine almost certainty not (unless you mean a 1+3 that is).

Thread: Avoiding BOGUS degrees

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09-Aug-08, 06:20
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posted about 12 years ago
So just out of interest then, why would anyone go to Nottingham then (as opposed to a University offering 'the direct route')?

Thread: From Masters to PhD....

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07-Aug-08, 12:34
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posted about 12 years ago
In all seriousness, I thought I gave sound advice. I bought a couple of Masters Project self-help books at the time and found them very helpful. I don't really subscribe to the 'quick fix' school of advice, if thats what you were looking for.

Thread: additional income for PhD students

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07-Aug-08, 05:59
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posted about 12 years ago
I tend to agree with the 'd' business. Not a good habit to get into. Makes you look a bit juvenile if anything. Absolutely no offense intended.

Thread: From Masters to PhD....

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06-Aug-08, 12:18
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posted about 12 years ago
Its the wrong Forum (as previously stated) AND there are plenty of good self-help books around for doing Masters projects. Do a trawl of Amazon UK.

Thread: Masters Degree in Microfinance

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06-Aug-08, 09:13
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posted about 12 years ago
Questions like these rarely get an answer. You best option is to spend some time searching google.

Thread: MSC Mechatronics Engineering In U.S

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04-Aug-08, 18:17
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posted about 12 years ago
Thats very unlikely as you can see by the lack of feedback. And no ones going to do the 'leg work' for you on here. I suggest you do it yourself.

Thread: PhD Pharmacology in Germany

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04-Aug-08, 11:20
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posted about 12 years ago
Google.com

Thread: MSC Mechatronics Engineering In U.S

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01-Aug-08, 15:55
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posted about 12 years ago
Is there some reason why you can't search Google and find this information yourself?

Thread: Waiting to hear about my PhD

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31-Jul-08, 11:20
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posted about 12 years ago
There's a fair bit (and more) on the complexities of obtaining a PhD by publication on here. I suggest you read it before anyone gets too carried away. From memory, the genre typically applies to individuals with a considerable reputation (and publication history) in their chosen field. Its not in any respect seen as a short cut for the average PhDer.

Thread: Waiting to hear about my PhD

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31-Jul-08, 10:58
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posted about 12 years ago
Now then MH..I have these 'magic beans' I may be willing to sell you...

Thread: Waiting to hear about my PhD

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31-Jul-08, 10:54
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posted about 12 years ago
Just out of interest...what reputable Uni would that be then?

Thread: Waiting to hear about my PhD

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31-Jul-08, 10:53
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posted about 12 years ago
It must be the stress. I thought you said "enables you to complete your PhD in less than a year at a reputable University while also getting yourself published."


Thread: ARGH! Laptop nicked and insurers won't pay out

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31-Jul-08, 10:29
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posted about 12 years ago
Here's an interesting tit tip bit that I picked up from a lady pal that works for the Police. When your Insurance company contacts the Police re your incident (say a burglary) all they get is the Crime Number. Nothing else. No other details. So whatever you tell the Police isn't passed on. If the Insurance company tries to make out that it knows all the details that the Police took they're fibbing. One to bear in mind when you're next thinking of committing Insurance fraud (now where's that canoe).
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