Signup date: 27 Mar 2008 at 7:15pm
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You are typical PhD!
If you start mingle again, you won't enjoy it as much as the before-PhD days - you would be thinking about that unfinished homework/Probalem sets, you would be worried to death about the next test...
Frankly, you cannot waste your time doing anything apart from study - unless your extracurricular activities helps you to stay alive and healthy in your program.
If the uni is less prestigious, it is harder to get a job in academia later on. However, if you have intelligent profs, then you are more likely to be treated as a prize. In a good uni, where your fellow students are all close to geniuses and dynamos, you can feel inferior.
In prestigious ones, it is also harder to complete your PhD quickly - they criticise too much. You can feel useless in the end...
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