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Dr. Marina Holz Sep 13
experts, can you please point me threads linking articles about the GRE usefulness and the list of programs that dropped it? 🙏
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Pam Brown Sep 19
The graduate program in has joined the movement and applications for Fall of 2019 are now open. Apply to join our collegial, energetic, and diverse community of researchers! Please RT and share with potential applicants.
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Arrianna M. Planey Sep 15
The hashtag got me all hype for a minute bc I thought there was news about Greece & the EU
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Dr. Jocelynn Pearl Sep 19
I never understood what the GRE requirement was good for as far as biology PhD programs go - happy to see my program is removing it!
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Akil Bello Sep 17
Replying to @akilbello
A monster thread about with references and citations (since long threads go wonky I'll post links to different parts): Day 1: history Day 2: logistics (cost, stats) Day 3 (prep & content):
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Akil Bello Sep 17
Replying to @akilbello
I fun thing about is that every time I click the link I learn as much about Greece in the EU as I do about programs abandoning the
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Magnus Orest 🇸🇪 Sep 12
Replying to @G_Smurfen
You see, they - or WE - are the same people that would decide about a possible *xit. You know, , , , et cetera. Why do people want to leave the EU? First of all, they don't understand the whole idea. It's complicated. But they do understand "censorship".
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Save Tameside 🇬🇧🐝❌ Sep 15
We all have to support the people of Greece with
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SerbanVCEnache 16h
There is NO WAY to negotiate with the EU if the UK takes off the table. It's like the Syriza Gov simulating negotiations with the Troika, because they had lost the war (by renouncing ) before they had even fought the 1st battle.
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Megan Lynch Sep 11
Really, you shouldn't need any other argument for other than that it's a racket run by a for-profit company that puts loads of hurdles in the way, esp for low-income and/or disabled students. What little good it might do is negated by that, IMO
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Akil Bello Sep 17
The continues and moves from biology schools to philosophy programs.
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Pete Chatziplis Sep 11
Replying to @dgatopoulos
Doesn't mean a thing for common people? Although they may have something to hope for after real bankruptcy. It probably goes to Greek elites that if they promise they'll have to pay from offshores or lose the Euro convenience. Or to Germans that are fed up with Greek debt.
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Arianne Messerman 22h
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Mis Standen ❌ Sep 20
Replying to @Europarl_EN
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Martha Muñoz Sep 20
Check this out! Also yay on for Mizzou!
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Save Tameside 🇬🇧🐝❌ Sep 19
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Tyus D. Williams 🐾🐯🐆🤟🏼 Sep 15
Me thinking about grad school options with on the line:
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Mis Standen ❌ Sep 15
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Casey terHorst Sep 14
Not enough of a sample size to draw a strong conclusion, so certainly interesting data to consider as considers whether or not to require the GRE for admission. .
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Η Πεταφλούδα Sep 12
One more day in my calendar for being ashamed of living in the eu
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