I want to help you get accepted to graduate school in Political Science.

Help with your Personal Statement for Graduate School in Political Science, MA, PHD.

 Factors to consider:

  • What are their completion rates? (As many as 50% of students starting a PhD may not finish.)
  • What are average completion times for the degree?
  • What is the placement record of the school like; do their graduates get good jobs? Since some schools are cavalier with claims about successful placement, look for comprehensive evidence (you're not looking for a few past graduates who got good jobs; you're trying to find out what their full range of graduates end up doing).
  • What kind of funding does the school offer? What proportion of students are funded, and to what level? Is the funding through scholarships or TA-ships? How many years of support do they guarantee?
  • What is the quality of life like? What are housing costs like? What's the town or city like?

Are there a number of people there you'd like to work with? It is best to choose a program with more than one professor with research interests similar to your own.

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If you are in a hurry for your statement and you want me to give you prompt attention and priority service, please make your payment as soon as possible since I attend to my clients in the order in which I have received their payments. Often, I am able to finish your statement within 24 hours, no more than 48, after I have the information that I need to work with and your payment has been made. I only do my best, taking the time to reflect on your story as well, usually doing some internet research on your behalf.

Originally from the United States, I have now made my home in Bolivia at 59 years old. After earning my PHD in Religion (1995) from the University of Southern California, I have traveled much of the world, particularly Latin America. Since 2001, I have dedicated the bulk of my efforts to helping others to be accepted to graduate school, university, residency programs, etc.

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Becoming a successful graduate student in Political Science is very different than being a successful undergraduate. Only the very best are accepted and able to make it. So you should only aim for grad school if you have good reason to believe that you're very promising as a student. Look over your grades so far and ask professors and peers you trust for their honest advice. Unfortunately, the bar gets raised again when it comes to moving from a PhD to the academic job market. Only a small fraction of PHD graduates will end up as tenure-track professors in large research universities.

You will also need a highly eloquent Statement that portrays you as someone with enormous potential to contribute to the advance of Physics over the long term. After you fill out my Online Interview Form, I will ask you some specific questions by email if I need any further information. Please also send your resume/CV and or rough draft if you have one.

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