How to Get a PhD
A PhD, short for Doctor of Philosophy, may help you secure a position as a college or university pro. Maximum output with some simple thoughts...
Develop a close relationship with at least one faculty member
Finding one or more faculty members who will mentor you, guide your development, and assist you in finding the right program for you can be the difference between finding your way into a good Ph.D program, and struggling. Youll also need several letters of recommendation to apply to graduate programs, making these contacts essential.
A good way to develop a relationship with a professor is to take multiple classes with her and join her lab, or research team. Go to office hours, introduce yourself, and express your interest in advanced degree work. Most professors are more than happy to work with a talented student who shows a sincere interest in their work.
Its also a good idea to forge relationships with graduate students at your school. Speak to graduate students and faculty about their experiences at the school, even if you plan on going elsewhere for your advanced degree. Many will be happy to let you know about the advantages and disadvantages of studying for and obtaining a Ph.D. It can be a great way to get insider information and get ahead of the game.
Write a statement of purpose
A list of the required courses
Be tenacious and display initiative
Prepare for the oral defense of your dissertation
Complete your written examination
Explore the literature in your research field
Submit a plan of study
Test your English Language
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