Road Map for Graduate Study: A Guide for Prospective Graduate Students
Road Map for Graduate Study is written by a career insider who seeks to educate and enlighten individuals not only about the inquiry and application process, but also about how to succeed in graduate school. Readers are taken from A to Z with respect to the graduate school experience. The book covers research on graduate programs and institutions, the application process, and how to succeed once enrolled. Prospective students will have the tools to navigate the journey to earning a master's or doctoral degree. Road Map features personal questions to ask about your motivation to earn a graduate degree, a twelve-month checklist before applying, seven ways to get recognized as an applicant, seven deadly sins for applicants, how to respond if wait listed, denied or admitted, how to make the final enrollment decision, and fifteen essential pointers on thriving in grad school.
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