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  5. PhD in the UK: Worth It for Americanists?

    As a UK PhD student I would like to add some information/comments here. First of all, a PhD in history at schools like Cambridge/Oxford/LSE/UCL/Kings usually takes four years to complete, not three. Although some schools only offer three years of funding, it is generally expected that completing your project, particularly if you do an international or transnational history project, will take you around four years. There is extra funding available, and you also make extra money with teaching. If you study in London, there a a lot of teaching opportunities and some pay quite well. Regarding the job market, I have to agree that a UK PhD is not ideal if you want to enter the US job market full time. However, I do know quite a lot of people that did get a position in the US. There is of course more to the world than the US and there a loads of opportunities and postdocs in the UK, Germany, the Netherlands, Italy, Spain, the Scandinavian countries, et cetera. Having said that, the job market in general is of course quite shitty. Finally, about archives and networks. My topic is very international so I frequently travel to the US for conferences and archives. It's of course more expensive and it takes up more time, but there is extra funding available for these kind of trips too. Most scholars travel a lot so I don't think your network would suffer substantially from doing a PhD in the UK. I hope this helps!
  6. Resources for CV writing

    thank you so much to you both for your responses. I dont seem to get notifications for responses to my posts, otherwise I would have repsonded sooner. I will utilize both of your suggestions. much appreciated!
  7. Me too. I'm going for clinical psychology PhD so would love to exchange ideas.
  8. GRE Study Recommendations

    Wow! I have been preparing GRE for like 2 months now, and still I am way behind my targeted score. Anyway, Preped provides a score that guarantees you 2-weeks of preparation. It is also authored by Nova Press, which is a really good source for GRE Practice Tests in Amazon. Here is the link: https://www.preped.com/program/nova-press-gre-course . Preped also offer free practice tests for you to check Also, I have tried getting the Magoosh 7-day free trial. It is totally great and loving it. Currently working on Kaplan. So, I have a total of 3 sources to help me be prepared of my GRE!
  9. haha yes indeed! The GRE is starting to crack me up. Anyway, good luck on your future endeavor. I am still starting my own.
  10. Should I retake the GRE?

    Yes, I agree with _kita's answer. Your quantitative score is low given the Universities you have mentioned. Just make sure that you have reached the school's GRE Requirement
  11. How to get started with lesson planning

    This isn't a forum for getting help with your homework.
  12. Fall 2018 Community Psychology Applicants (MA/PhD)

    Update: My raw scores for V was 145 and Q was 154. Not so great at this moment. Plan to retake it next month.
  13. I have always been fascinated by the idea of helping others. The feeling of satisfaction it generates is simply overwhelming and what better way to help others than becoming a doctor. It has always motivated me to excel academically and to connect and sympathize with people. I am an ambitious, dedicated and socially proactive person that easily blends with others. I love making new friends from diverse backgrounds with the curiosity to know more about their culture and learn from them. I am also fond of participating in cultural shows and debates. Being from a humble background, I have witnessed lack of basic healthcare and Doctor-patient contact at the primary level for poor people. By becoming a successful doctor, I plan to contribute towards betterment of this deficit by providing close doctor-patient relation and create awareness among people regarding lifestyle changes that can prevent infectious diseases which are a major problem in our society thus elevating our health status. I have organized various free medical and blood camps in remote areas of my region. I am also presiding an organization that arranges awareness sessions for diseases like thalassemia and cancer, and raises funds for deserving children. Spending a semester in US will give me a golden opportunity to visit different teaching hospitals and meet brilliant doctors and get an insight of their advanced healthcare system and teaching methodologies followed by their latest techniques of treating diseases. This would help in my grooming to become a successful doctor and implement those practices back home. Moreover, I will also get a chance to represent my rich culture and clear the misconceptions regarding my country.
  14. Yeah don't do this.... ever. Unless the person who wrote it has explicitly told you either to do so, or that it's fine to do so. As others above have stated the various reasons why it's a no no. Personally, I waive my right to even see the letter (even though none of the professors have told me to do so). I want them to know whatever they right is confidential, and I want a pure honest opinion from them (even if it may not be the best one).
  15. what are my chances?

    A GRE Score of 320 is already accepted to a lot of universities. 162/170 in Verbal and 158/170 in Quant - both scores are already good and would usually be included in the 90th percentile. Your 4.0 Analytical Writing Assessment would be (based on the ETS): Scores 4 and 3.5 Provides competent analysis of ideas; develops and supports main points with relevant reasons and/or examples; is adequately organized; conveys meaning with reasonable clarity; demonstrates satisfactory control of sentence structure and language usage, but may have some errors that affect clarity. By any chance, would you mind shared some tips? I have actually been using Preped, Magoosh and Kaplan. Already nervous with my upcoming GRE Exam
  16. What Tier Schools Should I be Focused on (organic)?

    Oh.... forgot to answer your question. PhD
  17. What Tier Schools Should I be Focused on (organic)?

    Thanks for the reply. The main reason I decided on two industry letters is because the VP of chemistry and my direct manager (both PhD organic chemists) have seen about a year and a half of my research at the company. My undergraduate research advisor is really the only academic letter I could get from a professor who has seen my research first hand. I suppose I could reach out to another professor from my undergrad but most of them were just that... professors. Never saw me in a lab any thoughts?
  18. It's me again, with yet another tax return mistake! Well, I'm hoping it is a mistake. For the 2016 taxes, I had income only from the US: TA wages (say $X) on a W-2, and fellowship income (say $Y) on a 1042-S. A tax accountant in the family (informally) helped me with my Canadian tax return, but honestly I am not that confident in some/much of what they did. The result was that on my T1, in box 104 'other employment income', the amount entered was $(X+Y). I believe this is a mistake - after all, my fellowship income is not employment income! This definitely seems to be what earlier posts are explaining. As entered, I would have owed a significant amount to CRA (I had a large fellowship amount that year). I did not include my tuition waiver as income, but I did file the TL11A for tuition credits. I think this was also a mistake - CRA has contacted me asking for justification for this, and from what they ask for it seems that I should have included it in my income as well, which makes sense in retrospect. Should I simply have added this amount to my income and included the TL11A? No other forms required (e.g. showing the tuition waiver as income in some way - I do get billed for it and then it gets paid by the dept, but it doesn't appear on any tax forms)?
  19. Book Review as Publication?

    That is, assuming you write a book review that really puts you out there. First book reviews are not usually for major journals. My first three were exactly what you said: horrible books for small organizations newsletters. I had to make the very decision you described: take it to heart or play it safe. I wrote reviews I would have found useful (I hope). I am not exaggerating, these were books that I would never recommend to anyone except if you want an example of what not to do. They were not published by academic presses, which kinda tells you something. At his point when I have three of them, I feel it is ok to decline other reviews. My two cents is: what ever you do, be strategic. I took it to heart to write a review as an exercise useful to me. Reading critically and writing coherently is an excellent place to start an publication. We need both skills for any aspect of grad school (seminar discussions, prospectuses, grant applications, interviews, dissertation). Again, this was my strategic decision for one year (summer after my comps) so I had the time to do it, and it was a good moment to do it as well and not jump right into 'real' publications. PS: I never asked advisors about what they thought, I just told them that I wrote a review for X newsletter. Also, I only began writing reviews after my comps, because somehow after comps I felt super smart. I wonder where that person went...
  20. What are your research interests?

    Hi, I see that no one responded to you. My research interests are in gender, race, and class and labor markets. I also love classic theory. I read Styling Masculinity by K. Barber and loved it. I am a big fan of ethnographies.
  21. HKS 2018

    Applying again for mpa/id. ATB to all.
  22. Fall 2018 Applicants

    I am putting together application packets. I don't feel very confident about my chances. My research interests are in gender, stratification, and labor markets. I am passionate about Marxist Theory and my favorite journal is Gender, Work, and Organization. I am not fussed about prestige of my program, but a good fit and funding is a must. My short list is Ohio State Nebraska, Lincoln Florida State University Indiana, Bloomington North Carolina State Wisconsin, Madison (which seems incredibly unlikely...) The good parts of my application: 3.68 overall GPA. GPA in my major is 3.86. department wide awards research experience Submitted manuscript as second author for a peer reviewed publication Scholarships Undergraduate Research grants Small Regional Conference Presentation Strong letters of recommendation leveraging faculty social networks Intern for department, and student worker for Women's and Gender Studies for two years The weak parts of my application: Low GRE scores (151 verbal and 142 quant. Cannot afford to retake, still waiting on my analytic writing score) Public Commuter College - Low Prestige, small department, not known for sociology Older, non-traditional student. Schools may question if I am worth the investment. I don't know if anyone will accept and fund me. I hope so. I read/lurk on these forums obsessively. I see everyone's outstanding GRE scores and high-prestige undergraduate degrees and it shakes my confidence a bit. I am sure you all will do well and be turning down a surfeit of offers this spring.
  23. Yeah, this is a huge no-no. You absolutely don't edit someone else's letter without explicit permission. Personally, I find it ethically shady when writers show a student the letter at all, and find it an abrogation of professional responsibility when they ask the student to help write it. But that aside, it's not just shady to edit someone else's letter, it's obviously ethically wrong.
  24. Hi everyone! I just started teachers college in Ontario and one of our assignments asked us to develop a Unit Plan corresponding to chosen grade and curriculum. And while we have to meet the criteria, we need to focus on dynamically bringing to life the curricular material, teach it to our peers, and to have a critical perspective. Can you please provide some advice on what resources my group and I can start to look? What would a prof or an experienced classroom teacher expect to see? Thank you!
  25. PhD Applications Fall '18 Season

    I was partly referring to that. I knew that primarily through one of his former graduate students. Some of the anecdotes I've heard are... somewhat terrifying.
  26. PhD Applications Fall '18 Season

    Anyone with Baylor questions feel free to shoot me a PM
  27. SoP review

    Sure you can send it over and we will take a look. -Admissions Track
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