Exam Study Expert Podcast

Get all the wisdom, hindsight and advice on what doing  PhD is really like, from 6 PhD candidates at some of the world’s top universities.

Are you doing a PhD, or considering doing one some day in the future?

We interviewed six current and former PhD candidates at some of the world’s great universities – Oxford, Cambridge, Princeton – to get the low-down on what it’s really like. They share some great wisdom, sometimes with the benefit of a little hindsight, for how to approach your PhD to make life that bit easier.

If you’re in the middle of a PhD or about to start one, you’ll learn a highly actionable set of tips for:
– Managing your time
– Setting goals
– Staying positive
– Coping when the going gets tough (because it will)

If you’re thinking of doing a PhD one day, our guests today offer a rare insight into what doctorate research is really like – find out what you’re getting into before you take the plunge!

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