kroner wrote:However as I understand it schools usually are able to cover the costs of their grad students, at least if you are a domestic applicant.
nathan12343 wrote:Graduate school is more like a job than your undergrad experience was, especially in the natural sciences. In Physics and Astronomy, a department will only accept as many students as they can give financial aid for, this means that you are guaranteed full support the entire time you are there, including all fees as well as a stipend which varies from school to school (20k - 30k a year).
kroner wrote:in the shower is the most productive time. even my algebra prof said so.
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