11Q13 Posted November 22, 2009 Share Posted November 22, 2009 I couldn't think of where else to ask this. Among my friends it seems I'm always the trailblazer, the first to accomplish things, take the next step, etc. (also the first to make mistakes they learn from). It's been frustrating because I don't really know what to expect from grad school. Can someone give me a breakdown of the general differences? I'm applying to programs in Religion, which should be similar to most humanities. What is the feel, the atmosphere? what is the workload like compared to undergrad, what sort of work is it, more reading focused, more writing focused? Quantify it for me, like should I expect to read 10 books a week, and 2 10 page papers? What surprises were there? What questions should I be asking that I'm not? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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