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  1. If you are finding it difficult to remember important GRE words, you could learn words by clubbing them into groups based on their meanings. It makes the process a lot easier. There is an Instagram page that posts words in this fashion. Instagram page: www.instagram.com/tweakgreflashcards
  2. Hi.. I want to learn technology orientated threads which will help my growing my carrier.
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  5. Sorry that I'm assuming that the skill set needed for becoming a RA in STR and OT is the same... So, I've done some research, but my responses in terms of the knowledge of the program and programming languages are really really varied. stata: the standard tool used in STR/OT "in the past" R: quickly catching up and replacing stata SQL: mostly no need Excel: very useful Python: not strictly required, but would be very useful if there's no data available (someone told me that very often profs just happen to have a research idea and as ra I'd be expected to find out the relevant data) The thing is that I really don't have the time to learn all these skills...I have to make trade-offs...but I'm wondering, how? A phd student told me to learn stata and python, but another told me to learn r and python as stata is being used much less frequently and r is a much useful program to learn Completely overwhelmed... Besides, can I also know the level of econometrics knowledgeneeded to do ra? Would it be fine if I don't know about it at all? Or a beginner level understanding of it is required? Perhaps even an intermediate one? I was wondering if some of you would be so kind as to help me with these doubts... Thx!
  6. Hypothetically, if I were to begin a PhD programme without taking the graduate school classes, would I be able to independently learn the information to perform good research? I.e. to learn the relevant information using online material available from other universities? Or would the lack of classes be a hurdle in achieving the relevant technical knowledge of the frontier of research and so translate to poorer quality research?
  7. Hi everybody. I'm from South East Asia. Thanks for accepting me. This is a really nice forum. I can learn a lot from you guys. I'm looking forward to connecting with new friends! Have a great day!
  8. By and large, as time went by, some people have called into question whether ones had better give others a hand in terms of educate themselves or surrounded folks do not play a vital role here. There has been no shortage of debates among scholars that this tendency could not head to a wide-range of privileges not only for those who want to learn, but also the helpers. Thus, I am in agreement with the idea. In what follows, I will delve into the most excellent reasons to substantiate my viewpoint. The first thing now looping up in my head to say about the desirability of ones are be tough how is it possible to improve their knowledge by themselves related to being independent. What I am trying to say is that individuals, in particular, young generation might crave a niche for themselves to learn stand on their own two feet and acquire a well-rounded knowledge. In fact, related infrastructure, methods of learning, educational ammonites, and so forth cannot always are being provided for ones to without difficulties take in as much s possible. It is crystal clear they need be relay on themselves even for such aspects. Let me shed light on my point, I fail to remember vividly, but if my mind serves me right, it was many years ago when one of my teachers used to make up her mind so as to literacy teach me how pick a fish instead of the fishing . To cut a long story short, had I not tough in the home sit in the seat and have my noise in books, I would have not passed exams like a straight student. Another thing ought to bear in my mind is that a rewarding thing is often said that teaching others to broaden their horizons by means of themselves is next to godliness. Besides it goes without saying that no man is an island, hence, we influenced by others, specially, our way of thinking that is of important. Simply put, should people join their hand in this path, not only will ones do ethical acts, which possess far-reaching inmates on themselves, but also they those helpers will foster oval sense of well-being. For instance, in schools recently has been received wide currency to teachers get used to teaching a core lessons that so-called path of research,. Which can play a role for the sake tertiary education, however this lesson is being tough without salary. To sum up, considering the points above mentioned, the most rational conclusion to be drawn is that I have a deeply-held belief, albeit, in the twenty-first century, area provided facilities of learning, helping others to educate themselves is for the good of all society whether teachers or learners.
  9. We can usually learn much more from people whose views we share than from people whose views contradict our own Write a response in which you discuss the extent to which you agree or disagree with the statement and explain your reasoning for the position you take. In developing and supporting your position, you should consider ways in which the statement might or might not hold true and explain how these considerations shape your position. Learning is continuous process and we learn from different source like books, people, environment. People with same kind of views have huge influence on our life. It is because of sense of belongness and comfort. So I agree with the author on this part. But we learn from our opponent, critics and adversaries as well which can not be ignored either. First, people having common views develop quickly sense of bonding and trust. Also they can interact and follow each other with ease. For example martin luthar king had same views about non violence as Mahatma Gandhi of India. So he learnt a lot from his biography and applied in his life. He developed a sense of bonding which made him follow Gandhi's views very easily.It even helps in bringing best out of you. We can keep ourselves updated with new information and innovation. Also, we are always surrounded by people with common interest. It is the way human psychology works. So we always notice them and debate, discuss and learn from them. Having such people around you gives you a lot of wide and deep knowledge about common things. For instance all of your friends love basketball like you, then you would be learning and knowing different techniques, stories and about events from your friends. Similarly, everyone can not be as equally good about all component of subjects. Like some of your friend would be good in micro economics while some would be good in macro economics. So having such people around helps in becoming expert in that domain. However, role of critics can not be neglected. They possess different way of looking, understand and visualizing anything from you. So they can bring some idea which was not visualized or thought through. Also, no view can fit well in all condition. Depending upon circumstances and condition one view will supersede other. For example, classical physics considered electron as particle and come up with many applications out of it. Whereas people who believed election is a wave came up with different sort of applications out of it. But we as a whole now understand duality of electron. So learning from contradictory view can not be ignored. In final note, it is true we can learn from equal minded people but to understand any thing as a whole we can not ignore the contradictory view.
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