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Hey everyone, hope you all are good and not sweating too much. Can anybody let me know how the 'early admissions' process works in Europe, specially Germany and Austria? If I apply early, would I have to accept early as well? because nothing is mentioned on the website about that. Only thing they have said explicitly is that candidates who are rejected in the early round will be considered for admission later. I am also applying to the US and it sounds risky if I have to give up my position here, in case I am selected. Thanks for your help.
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.
Hello, I was recently admitted to two of the schools I applied to this round for Econ phd: Oregon State U AE and UCR Economics (both full funding/insurance/tuition waiver). I am waiting for other schools to get back to me, but I am so happy I got into a program! I was hoping I could get general impressions from people who might know anything about these programs. For example, I understand UCR is on the heterodox side but am still unclear as to the reputation it has. UC School but still very looked down upon? (Another thing, I am planning to commute there from one of the smaller communities next to Anaheim; am I better off living close by?) I am visiting both schools soon and had some questions prepared, but what types of questions would more experienced forum posters suggest I ask? Thanks!
Hello, I am helping a student prepare for the TOEFL and she is having a problem determining whether a noun is a person or a thing. For example, camper is a person but camping is a thing when used as a gerund. Can anyone help me with a list comparing people nouns with thing nouns? Thank you very much. Chiapasgringo