cherbert at cco.caltech.edu
Fri Sep 15 04:48:47 EST 1995
In article <42vgk8$og2$8 at mhafn.production.compuserve.com>, Patrick R.
Jones <102570.2734 at CompuServe.COM> wrote:
> I am a undergraduate student in biology. Some day I hope to go to
> graduate school in biochemistry. My grades are good enough but I
> am afraid that this may not be enough to get in. I am looking for
> something to set myself apart from the other students.
> <<Evolution isnt just a good idea. Its the law!>>
I also urge you to try to do some undergraduate research. Make up a little
resume and hand-deliver it to some likely faculty members. Ask them who
might be interested in you. Also try to keep an eye open for ways to
apply your background; you have a valuable skill. You might mention it to
some of the faculty types.
Also, a better posting for this sort of thing might be: alt.grad-student.tenured
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