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Another thread about graduate school

Discussion in 'Anything goes' started by BRoth, Aug 26, 2007.

  1. BRoth

    BRoth Member

    So I've read through a few of the past threads about getting a master's degree to brush up on what's been discussed on the topic. The more and more I think about it, the more I think I want to teach at some point in my life. I've been looking into schools and Northeastern has picked my interest.

    Anyway, I wasn't sure if people had any info about Northeastern or some other decent graduates schools not of the "big" bunch. Maybe some under appreciated or overlooked ones. Also, I'd love to get some info on taking the GREs. I had thought my days of standardized testing were over in high school, so I'm not too sure about how to handle studying and taking it.

    I know this kind of thing has been discussed to death, so I appreciate anyone throwing some helpful advice my way.
  2. e4

    e4 Member

    did Northeastern pick your nose too? ;D

    other than that, i've got no advice. i'm in the same position as you, regarding grad school that is, not nose picking
  3. zeke12

    zeke12 Guest

    As numerous people have said on the numerous previous threads:

    1. If you want it to teach, there's nothing saying you need to do your post-graduate work in journalism. And a master's in history or English can probably help your career just as much as anything.

    2. If you do it, look for fellowships and/or be a TA to offset the cost.

    Good luck.
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