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Old 11-27-2017, 11:00 AM
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Originally Posted by ThereIsNoSpoon View Post
Guys I was wondering whether this'd be good to ask on a separate thread or just here but do you think 4 exams is good enough with barely half a year of experience? I was thinking of ramming exam S in there as well but maybe I should give it a break and focus on some data mining projects I have that've collected dust
Originally Posted by Dr T Non-Fan View Post
Good enough for what?

I would generally suggest staying focused and getting your letters. Once that's done, the other stuff will be far more enjoyable w/o having the "need to go back" lurking over your head.
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