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   * Faculty members have different work ethic: can give you all the research problems or let you find your own problems, can be too personal or too professional,​ can give you too much feedback (negative or positive) or not give you feedback at all. All this counts when trying to find an appropriate advisor. Find a person you would be comfortable working with, otherwise the stress would hurt you in the long run.   * Faculty members have different work ethic: can give you all the research problems or let you find your own problems, can be too personal or too professional,​ can give you too much feedback (negative or positive) or not give you feedback at all. All this counts when trying to find an appropriate advisor. Find a person you would be comfortable working with, otherwise the stress would hurt you in the long run.
-  * Go to <a href=https://​www.math.ucdavis.edu/​grad/​thesis_adviser/​>List of Advisors</​a> ​to find senior PhD students working with the professor. They would be happy to talk about their advisor in detail.+  * Go to [[https://​www.math.ucdavis.edu/​grad/​thesis_adviser/​|List of Advisors]] to find senior PhD students working with the professor. They would be happy to talk about their advisor in detail.
  
 Together with your to-be advisor, you pick an open problem you want to work on, and that problem becomes the basis of your Qualifying Exam. Together with your to-be advisor, you pick an open problem you want to work on, and that problem becomes the basis of your Qualifying Exam.
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