How do I choose a good financial advisor?
The following are the seven steps to choosing a financial advisor:Figure out if you need a financial advisor.Decide what services you need.Select which type of advisor you want.Determine what you can afford.Get referrals from friends or Google.Check the financial advisor’s credentials.Interview multiple advisors.
What questions should I ask my advisor?
Questions to Ask Your AdvisorHow flexible is this major?What classes are required for this major (Math, foreign language, etc)?What skills will this major help me develop?How many classes should I take every semester?What kind of careers can I pursue with a degree in this major?Do you think I need to get a higher degree?
How do I email my advisor for the first time?
Always start out your email with a polite “Dear” or “Hello” followed by your professor’s name/title (Dr. XYZ, Professor XYZ, etc.). If you’re not sure what their proper title is, using “Professor” followed by their last name is almost always a safe bet.
How can I impress my PhD supervisor?
5 Ways to Impress a PhD Supervisor Before They Agree to Supervise YouCommunicate Clearly. Be Knowledgeable About Your Field. Research Them. Have a Long-Term Plan. Have a Project Plan. Be Proactive. Document, document, document. Network and Promote Your Research.