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How I Wrote My PhD Thesis In One Year

Is it possible to complete your PhD thesis in just one year? Read these tips and tricks for writing your own theses. Discover how Jazli prepared before writing, utilized a “changelog” for his supervisors, wrote whenever he was in the mood, worked on a flexible schedule, had a supervisor that checked his content and not his writing, and, most importantly, enjoyed writing.

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Office 216

Discover how a graduate student’s temporary office space serves as a metaphor for their sense of unbelonging throughout their academic journey, and how they find solace in making the most of the temporary joys that come their way.

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Jazli Aziz (He/Him) is in the closing stages of his PhD at the Faculty of Dentistry, University of Malaya, Malaysia. His areas of research include immunology, molecular biology, oral microbiology, and biomedicine. He is currently part of a research team studying various molecular links between periodontitis and rheumatoid arthritis. You can follow him on Twitter: @JazliAziz
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