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I’m a first year med student and I’m getting by so far. But, I fear one day or over time I’ll gradually forget what I’ve learned because of the vast amount of information. How do you prevent that from happening?

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Many people go for Executive MBA while they are still employed. Is it worth doing an Executive MBA or one should pursue a fulltime MBA. If I do an executive MBA from a very renowned university, which it have a better value?

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In my years of schooling I've only ever been taught how to do math, and not learning how it works, why it works, or how it's applied. Hell, most of the time we're not even taught about the vocabulary. This just makes me not care about it, yet it seems like a really interesting subject. From the U.S.

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I am going to apply for summer research internship (Civil Engineering) at Indian institute of Technology, Madras.

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I'm in the process of preparing a manuscript which provides ancillary material in the form of a Jupyter Notebook (*.ipynb) explaining how we implemented some key parts of our results. I'd like to link to the nbviewer rendering of our ancillary material, especially since some readers may not be familiar with how to read a *.ipynb file. For instance, 1511.08044 provides several appendices in this way, each of which can be viewed with a link of the form http://nbviewer. jupyter. org/urls/arxiv. org/src/1511.08044v1/anc/1. energies_vs_vgate. ipynb.

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I'm new to this site and relatively new to teaching (I was just hired as a tenure track English professor at a local community college and have been teaching for just about 2 years). I recently received an email from a male student (he is in his mid-50's), and he addressed me as follows: "A great morning to you my dear lass," Now, the email was complimentary. He thanked me for teaching a great course and said that he learned a lot in my class (all of these things are nice to hear).

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I am going to give a presentation of my research soon at an undergraduate conference. I have read that it is best to begin a presentation with the ‘thesis’, i.e. a brief explanation of the topic of my research. However, I’m rather stuck as to how to explain it simply. It seems like it won’t make sense until I’ve explained the concepts behind it a little. To be more specific, the topic is a formalisation I’ve done in a proof verification system. But the students attending won’t know what a proof verification system is. Is it better to begin by explaining what mechanical proof verification is before explaining the topic?

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