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ERIC Number: ED097748
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1974
Pages: 7
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On Graduate Research and Study.
De Barone, Elissa
Georgia Speech Communication Journal, v5 n2 p19-24 Spring 1974
Graduate school is a game for which students need to know the rules and in which students must be willing to play. It marks the end of undergraduate study and the beginning of entrance into a society of the elite. Some of the problems students usually encounter in graduate school are limited social life, adjustment to work loads, disparity between formal and experiential knowledge, and constant worry about job opportunities after graduation. The problems are often lessened in smaller universities because faculty members in speech departments are usually willing to listen and are easily accessible to students. Though this may not be true of larger universities, students should take advantage of whatever assistance they are given. (SW)
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