Graduate School Companion

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Princeton Review, 2007 - Education - 288 pages
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Pursuing a masters degree or a Ph.D. is a major life decision and a process that is intellectually demanding, financially challenging, and sometimes emotionally taxing. If you’re currently in grad school or you’re thinking about pursuing a graduate degree, then theGraduate School Companionprovides the practical advice and support you need.

Graduate School Companiontells you how to find the best programs for your interests and needs, how to pay for your education, what to expect as a degree candidate, how to prepare for the job market, and how to find a job. It also includes:

Q & A with recent Ph.D. recipients and current Ph.D. candidates
Ten writing tips for graduate-level work
An extensive list of postdoctoral award opportunities
Instructions on how to build academic and non-academic job portfolios

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