I always thought it was easier for me to build
a platform of information so I could answer some
of the questions I had. I ended up with 2 masters,
an MFA, for a total of 265 grad hours.
I did it for me, but teaching in college gave me
a $$$ reward.
Developing your psi-abilities can be a big plus.
Empathy, for "reading" members of your committee
and the social predators. Remote Viewing into to books
and articles to tap into the authors intentions for impressive
understanding of the authors thoughts. Trusting your ability
of "Just-Knowing" for those True/False or Multi-Choice tests for "A's".
[had one prof put a wrong answer as the correct answer on enough
questions so no grad student would get an "A" on her tests. Drove
her nuts that I would answer those with the correct/incorrect answer. :-) ! ! ]
[life's little pleasures]
To socialize more, I started grad study groups
to ask and answer questions in a Round Robin
style. Upped our grades and built confidence
and gave opportunities for friendships.
Be in harmony,
be in beauty.
What's your Major?