Master’s Oh Master’s. I’m Talking Degrees, Not Slavery!

Recently I had an informational interview at Georgia Tech to find out more details about their School of Technology, History and Society. It was a great visit. I was most happy to learn that most of their Master’s level students are part-time and have worked in the real world for quite some time. I am looking forward to others with good life experience. Not that noobs don’t have a lot to offer; but us seasoned folks have a bit more flavor. Being with individuals who have the same educational goals as I do; but who come from various backgrounds and experiences is very exciting to me.

With this new found knowledge I have been face deep in GRE study cards. Praise Jesus the powers that be there do not expect my math scores to be high, although I don’t want to look like an idiot in that department. This is Georgia TECH after alI. ┬áVocabulary and writing will be graded highly though. While I think I am rather well versed and articulate, Magoosh GRE Flashcards, and GRE Wordly are two aps that I am getting friendly with.

Off to study some math basics and a bit of vocabulary. When was the last time you used the word “aspirant”?