What would a PhD be without YouTube?

Sometimes, we take technology for granted and I think YouTube is definitely one of those things. Particularly if you are a PhD (research) student! If YouTube didn’t exist: 1) I wouldn’t know how to correctly export data from SurveyMonkey into Excel 2) I wouldn’t know how to graph in excel 3) I wouldn’t know how to clean my data 4) […]

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Another concentration playlist

One of my first blog posts (over a year ago) was a concentration playlist (check it out here- https://drofwhat.com/2016/06/13/concentration-playlist/), and I thought it was time to make a new one. One of the most important study tools is a good playlist! Liability- Lorde Anywhere- Passenger Cassidy- Brett Dennen Towers- Gretta Ray Mykonos- Fleet Foxes Runaway- Ziggy Alberts Dojo Rising– Cloud Control […]

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Introducing “Surface Book”

Unlike, much of the population I do not own a MacBook (I actually never, ever have). I have owned the Microsoft Surface range for a long time now and I keep coming back for more. I even recently upgraded to my favourite yet, the Surface Book. There was nothing mechanically wrong with my Surface Pro 3, aside from a temperamental […]

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How to effectively read a text book

It can be really challenging having motivation to read your university or school textbooks, I know that during my undergraduate degree that reading was one of the things I struggled with most. Whilst you may be able to avoid reading in some classes, you will most definitely need to understand the content in order to succeed in others. So I […]

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