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Zeynep Madak Erdogan Dec 13
What did the committees deciding discuss? Evidence, things to replace GRE in admissions, etc. Any comments are appreciated. any ideas?
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LNA Dec 11
Replying to @ajhanlaurence
Actually the whole had the same effect on greek populus!! Fast forward private lessons on macro/micro economics & EU institutions/real politics & decision making bodies....
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Laura Young, MA Dec 12
I can't stand when my phone misspells things on twitter and I can't edit it when someone has already replied to what I wrote. Maybe I need to fix up my phone dictionary. GRE apparently isn't in my phone's vocabulary. Maybe thats a hopeful goodbye to it.
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Mitch 23h
Replying to @_grace_grace
You're on your last strike after your pizza debacle! One more and the family has a vote on your membership
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Chris Balakrishnan Dec 11
Replying to @trayc7 @JunhyongKim
Hi Tracy! are you not at least a little concerned that will have the opposite of the intended effect? posted some interesting points along these lines. I've generally been pro , but I see a pretty highly likelihood that this will INCREASE biases.
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Make Greece Great Again Dec 9
Remember Greece votes to leave too!
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Ruairi Keenan Dec 10
Only border that concerns me is between Rouskey and Greencastle.
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Dr. Anna Carter 18h
Replying to @astronomack
That'd be my strong inclination. There's a reason why is a thing.
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Pete Chatziplis Dec 6
Replying to @teacherdude @mdenaxa
But to subdue them Greek political-business elites along with EU(Sarkozy, Merkel) gave them a non-elected government in 2012 and more "bailout" pain and when Greeks voted NO() in 2015 same establishment gave them more MP collusion(75% YES).Let's see the French
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The Physics Show Dec 13
This entire thread. .
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Julia&Winston 19h
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Chris Balakrishnan Dec 11
Replying to @trayc7
Cool, that seems to be the one clear thing. reducing the cost barrier should increase diversity of applicant pool. reliance on letters of recommendation, research experience and grades though does not seem less problematic. fingers crossed for !
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Chris Balakrishnan Dec 11
Replying to @trayc7
fair enough! I'll be curious to see the impacts of the experiment!
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Emily Levesque ✨🔭 Dec 12
Replying to @astrocrash
The American Astronomical Society recommended against requiring the PGRE for admissions back in 2015 () and more and more programs are ditching it entirely as a requirement (see the current list curated by at )
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Achraf Hamidi 23h
I'm really wondering (and a tad bit worried) that these (yellow vests) protests are the beginning of a European Spring especially with (and ) around the corner
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Megan Lynch Dec 9
Replying to @jdhallphd
Positive news stories of 2018: The growing number of university departments joining There are 140 biomed depts listed on 's spreadsheet. Let me know if you have plant science/ag/hort programs to add to mine!
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Praecursator Dec 9
4th weekend of riots in France, rumours going around that Germany is in limbo and things are about to hit the fan. ? Germans want out
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georgegiannakopoulos Dec 12
And I thought there would never be a sequel to the daily political soap opera. The season has been excellent so far: deals, renegotiations, leadership challenges, lots of suspense. Every night a new turn of events.Could not have been better written!
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CHRISTOS PAPPAS 3h
Jean-Claude must be the most creepiest world leader alive.
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Chris Will 22h
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