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The chemistry graduate school experience

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by Deirdre Lockwood
September 17, 2018

The core of a graduate program in science is taking on a research project of your own, and if you’re trying to decide whether to apply to graduate school in the chemical sciences, the most important question to ask yourself is whether you enjoy scientific research and problem solving. Dr. Ana-Rita Mayol, Associate Director of the Master of Chemical Sciences program, says that without some research experience and a high grade point average, getting into a competitive PhD program is challenging.

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