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Nine months, nine chapters… March 28, 2009

Posted by Malene Charlotte Larsen in Academic, Dissertation, PhD.
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I have nine months left of my PhD scholarship, which means nine months to finish the nine chapters, that my dissertation is composed of. As anyone who has ever tried it can probably testify, writing a 300 pages dissertation is a bumpy ride with many ups and downs.

On a weekly basis I enjoy the comics from PHD Comics – and I could especially relate to this one, as I often ask myself “how, when and why”😀

Btw, I feel sorry for not being so active when it comes to blogging – but now you know why.

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1. Clarissa - April 1, 2009

All the best to you, and hopefully you will be able to finish writing those 9 chapters in less than 9 months!🙂

2. Malene Charlotte Larsen - April 2, 2009

Hi Clarissa – thank you! Actually, I am confident that I will be able to finish them, but I will keep you posted through the blog🙂

All the best to you as well.

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4. eminiacum - April 17, 2009

nice, really nice!

5. Murtaza - April 20, 2009

Best wishes for all encompassing success in your PHD . I innovative research title and methodology , you selected is quite innovative and speaks volumnes about the tremendous potential built blessed by the almighty to you. I wish some one quite dynamic like you must run a study on same age group belonging to underdeveloped , poor countries fallen victim to menaces like turmoil , instability , violence and terrorism and explore the difference and impact on psychological and personnal traits of the two and physical realization of the dream to build a better world around. It will be certainly of help for human cause.
However heartiest congratulations in anticipation and we expect most one of the most valuable contributions on the subject issue from your end.
You are simply illustrious—- Good Luck

6. Murtaza - April 20, 2009

Best wishes for all encompassing success in your PHD . Research title and methodology , you selected is quite innovative and speaks volumnes about the tremendous potential built-in you by the almighty to you. I wish some one quite dynamic like you must run a study on same age group belonging to underdeveloped , poor countries fallen victim to menaces like turmoil , instability , violence and terrorism and explore the difference and impact on psychological and personnal traits of the two and physical realization of the dream to build a better world around. It will be certainly of help for human cause. Certainly it will be a service to mankind if we may be able to tap tremendous youth potential being wasted in such countries .
However heartiest congratulations in anticipation and we expect most one of the most valuable contributions on the subject issue from your end.
You are simply illustrious—- Good Luck

7. Murtaza - April 20, 2009

sorry for some typo errors in the message !!! trust you will be able to get what i tried to convey . Thanks and best wishes again.

8. Shinelight - April 23, 2009

Good luck on your writing and best wishes from me in Singapore.^^

9. Jennifer - May 22, 2009

Hi Clarissa,

I wish you all the best for your exams.You can try this book on effective learning skills and help others too …

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