It’s a joyous day today the world over!
I have finally sent my PhD thesis in for printing and initial submission. Talk about a gigantic weight off my shoulders!
This isn’t the end of the process. I have to go through what is called “Viva” at a time which is to be determined. Basically, it’s me sitting down with my two thesis examiners to talk things over. In the US it would be called a “defense”, though I don’t know if they are quite the same. In any case, barring some major issue, after the viva I will probably have to do some minor edits before final submission and at least earning the right to be called Dr. Forman.
The major work is done, though. Three years of reading academic research papers, running untold numbers of regressions and other forms of statistical analysis, and trying to turn it all into some sort of cohesive and meaningful document are finally at an end.
Of course all this just means I can shift my focus to other work that’s been awaiting my attention. :-/
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