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Sunday, December 02, 2007

Red ink and more caffeine

After a much needed Thanksgiving break in North Carolina I returned to Florida refreshed and ready to enter the final turn. I received my first set of revisions back from my advisor and was relieved to learn I had turned in an "excellent" first draft. I'm estimating that only one half to 2/3 of a red ink pen was harmed in the reviewing process, which is less than I expected. Ironically, the chapter I was worried about the most, the theoretical framework, turned out to be my strongest. This makes my second go at it that much easier as I only have to beef up some of my discussion chapter. In a little over a week the countdown to the left will be in single digits and soon after that I'll be on the road yet again.

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Posted by Will at December 2, 2007 02:11 AM in Graduate School

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Congrats on a good first draft!

Posted by: Fazia Rizvi [TypeKey Profile Page] at January 19, 2008 12:14 AM