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As more women undertake graduate school, their need for guidance increases. The good news is, as the number of women who finish graduate school increases, so do the available resources. The Women's Guide to Surviving Graduate School is an excellent resource for women embarking on this educational journey. It is written by women, specifically for women. It provides information and advice relevant to both American and Canadian women, and focuses on elements related to graduate schools in both countries. The book begins with basic information about selection, applications, and acceptance processes, and goes on to guide women through such issues as determining how much their degree program is likely to cost and how to find funding. The authors also provide valuable advice on determining the best methods for planning a course of study and selecting programs. Finally, this book provides women with practical suggestions for becoming successful students and finding employment after graduation. The Women's Guide to Surviving Graduate School is the ideal, practical, and handy guide for professionals, students, and faculty in all areas.

The Road to “A” Work
The road to “a” work

In this chapter, we discuss some strategies to enhance your performance. It is important to recognize that these are intended to make your studying more efficient. There are no substitutes for doing the assigned work. You are still going to have to prepare for classes, study for examinations, write papers, and make presentations.

Attending Classes

You must attend classes. In some cases, this is a pleasure. Many of us have had faculty members who come to class well prepared, teach the syllabus with creativity and energy, create a stimulating environment in which to learn, challenge students to stretch what they know and develop exciting new insights, and who help students advance in their knowledge and skills. Those classes ...

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