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You may ask yourself simple questions first:
1)Do you like research?
2)Have you done research with any professor?
3)Do you have a research goal in mind?
4)Are you confident that you will persist to do research even after 10/100 experiment failures?
If your answers are yes, it is clear to try. If not, think about it twice.
In September, I will be a second-year PhD(Operations Management) student.
I wrote up a proposal. However, when implementing the model, I made a couple of mistakes. The results are unclear. Am I going to finish?
When getting an MPhil degree(the same supervisor), I fulfilled 8 out of 12 requirements for associatship in Society of Actuaries because my supervisor(for RA) and other professor(for TA) requires me to have equivalent amount of knowledge for teaching and research. Will I be able to finish associateship?
I know it sounds trivial but it is very important to me.
For some reason, I panicked.
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