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GRE/Physics study partner in the Boston area

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bx11
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Nov27-07, 01:54 PM
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I'm looking for a study partner in the boston area. I have a BA in Physics in '93. I'm thinking of going back for a PhD program in the future. I want at least 1 year preparation for the subject test. I didn't do well in college when I was there. I don't think I'm super smart or anything. I'm older now so I think I have the patience, dedication, and drive toward studying. If you're interested, please leave me a message. We could meet at BU library, MIT, Starbucks, etc.
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vincebs
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Nov27-07, 02:17 PM
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You might also want to consider registering as a non-degree student and taking some physics courses as a refresher. I think graduate schools want to know that you still remember what you took from 15 years ago.


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