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How to Succeed in Grad School: From A Philosophy PhD Student

How to Avoid the Fast track to Burn Out

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Many graduate students need a reality check. It is supremely easy to get sucked into the black hole of academia- you can always read one more book, or write one more article, or go to one more conference. It sometimes shocks grad students to learn that sometimes, less is more.

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Valerie King

Valerie King

I love philosophy, history, and social justice. I help students succeed with academic consulting.

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