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 Does getting own work published help in getting research jobs or a place in PhD?

Answer Yes any published research in an academic journal would assist in a PhD application. I suggest you make contact with a university faculty which provides a PhD programme and get advice about entry r... Read More »
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A friend of mine had some work published?

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