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Thursday, 09 October 2008


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Janet Clarey

This is an incredible list and I'm comforted by the fact that you were a grad student for 10 years. There is hope...

Marguerite Inscoe

That is good information I wish I had known when I went to grad school for a degree in adult education. My experience was pretty good however I was surprised about a few things that would have made me consider other insitutions. For example, I wasn't very happy that many of my classes taught a duel curriculum for trainers and school teachers. Many discussions were completely irrelevant to me.

Ryan S.

Or you could just do what I did. Choose a graduate school at a months notice because you got a job that pays for it and just have everything work out swimmingly.

Seriously though, the workload hits you like a ton of bricks your first semester, especially if your trying to work full time while taking a full course load. The more preparation time you give yourself going into school, the better off you are.

You could even take it a step further and research course topics, software, and methodologies that the courses entail just to give yourself a jump-start on the program. It will make the transition a lot easier and will allow your efforts to be a little bit more inquisitive. It also keeps you from playing catch-up throughout the semester.

School Management Software

Wow. thanks so much for the info, this is something that i would refer to when i decided to go graduate school.


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