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  1. I got an assignment to write an essay about society...and I wrote this...should I send it...or will the professor stab me ? WHAT NO ONE SHOULDN’T DO Prologue 1)I have to: People have needs People’s needs have to be met or else! When the fun people have, covers their needs, they don’t need to go further. 2)What people do: People organize actions to meet their needs. People deal with problems that appear on the way…well…on the way, and try to stay on target with meeting their needs. I
  2. My bachelor's is a three year course, and I'm entering the third. I desperately want to get into a good grad school for behavioral economics. Here are my details: - GPA: Indian equivalent of 2:1 is stated as 3.3, and that is the requirement for most schools. My GPA is currently 3.51, but it will dip significantly because of a terrible semester owing to health issues and hospitalization (down to 3.0-ish, I assume). My college doesn't offer semester retakes. I have a year to build it back up, so I'm hoping to do well now. - TOEFL/GRE: Haven't taken yet - Subjects: Major in economi
  3. Hi guys, For some time I have been reflecting on my decision to apply for a postgraduate degree. I have a MSc in Management & Policy Analysis (Holland) and I have been a visiting scholar in Epidemiology at University of Cambridge. At the end of the studies I worked in development (World Bank) and public health ( ECPC), focusing on monitoring &evaluation of behavioral interventions in health care. As I would like to move forward I realize I need to hone my skills in quantitative analysis, preferably in econ, and in behavioral science. Given that there are no behavioral economics pr
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