I'm glad that things are working out, but I think the "problem" with IC is that your learning depends on one person: YOU. When you start to get professors in the mix, most of the time it can be a positive addition. After all, now you have someone to help you with your work. However, when assignments aren't clear, professors aren't helpful, textbooks are forced rather than chosen, it can make things tough.
YOU were extremely efficient in the undergrad. Now there are other factors in the mix to slow you down. It is kind of a bummer, but unfortunately the only way to get advanced education. Hang in there and don't let the little setbacks get you down.
Keep the addiction! Education is a great "hobby" and way to fill your spare time. After all, you can't improve your resume by watching American Idol
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