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    Buy A Masters

    I want to buy a Masters degree that is recognized in Thailand. Not a KSR one but from a real institution. Anyone know?

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    You can take a Masters Degree program in Thailand if you have a Bachelors Degree. Some Thai schools even offer online degrees I believe. If you study English, the teachers will probably go very light on you as you're probably going to be as good as they are with the language in a lot of cases or at least because you easily out perform your peers in class.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChalkyDee
    I want to buy a Masters degree


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    You can take a Masters Degree program in Thailand
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    ^ In some Thai universities, the difference is minimal.

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    And people wonder why I call it the Buffalo Board...

    How much does the discerning person pay to avoid the cheap ones on KSR?...God forbid...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChalkyDee View Post
    I want to buy a Masters degree that is recognized in Thailand. Not a KSR one but from a real institution. Anyone know?
    The local suppliers generally rent sincerity and integrity as they are only needed occasionally.
    If the ruse to is to obtain a position you may find the direct method will open yours or theirs

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    Ok time for me to be a doctor then.

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    Forget a Masters degree, I want a Knighhood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pseudolus View Post
    Ok time for me to be a doctor then.
    We're all honorary Doctors/scholars here....
    It's a safe haven.

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    They asked me how I knew
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    I dub thee knight...Arise Sir Thormaturge...And shake your scales...

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    Here you go, TeakDoor's very own Master's Degree. Payment to Bettyboo and me by paypal please...


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    Quote Originally Posted by ChalkyDee View Post
    I want to buy a Masters degree that is recognized in Thailand. Not a KSR one but from a real institution. Anyone know?
    I'm confused; when you say you dont want a fake KSR degree. Real ones normally require you to work, buying a degree normally means it is fake, aka KSR. Unless you are talking about a life degree and you can google that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChalkyDee View Post
    I want to buy a Masters degree that is recognized in Thailand. Not a KSR one but from a real institution. Anyone know?
    I have been thinking about this too, however what is the use? If you need one for getting a better position, you have more use for a educational degree. Having this said...... what do you think of my following statement?

    The Thai students on primary and high school are so incredible lazy, if you are a construction working with no degree and you are original from the North Pole, even than you can teach English in Thailand.

    When I enter a new class, let's say grade 10 (9 years of English lessons already!!!). I ask a few simple questions like: what is your name? Where do you live? How old are you? And the most difficult question: what is the number of your house?

    Good class: 40% can answer. Regular class 10%

    WHAT should you teach those kids?????????

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johannes Black
    WHAT could you teach those kids?????????
    Without any training, skills or experience, not a lot...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johannes Black View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by ChalkyDee View Post
    I want to buy a Masters degree that is recognized in Thailand. Not a KSR one but from a real institution. Anyone know?
    I have been thinking about this too, however what is the use? If you need one for getting a better position, you have more use for a educational degree. Having this said...... what do you think of my following statement?

    The Thai students on primary and high school are so incredible lazy, if you are a construction working with no degree and you are original from the North Pole, even than you can teach English in Thailand.

    When I enter a new class, let's say grade 10 (9 years of English lessons already!!!). I ask a few simple questions like: what is your name? Where do you live? How old are you? And the most difficult question: what is the number of your house?

    Good class: 40% can answer. Regular class 10%
    You're working as an English teacher, right? If so I wouldn't complain too much, if I were you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Passing Through View Post
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    I want to buy a Masters degree that is recognized in Thailand. Not a KSR one but from a real institution. Anyone know?
    I have been thinking about this too, however what is the use? If you need one for getting a better position, you have more use for a educational degree. Having this said...... what do you think of my following statement?

    The Thai students on primary and high school are so incredible lazy, if you are a construction working with no degree and you are original from the North Pole, even than you can teach English in Thailand.

    When I enter a new class, let's say grade 10 (9 years of English lessons already!!!). I ask a few simple questions like: what is your name? Where do you live? How old are you? And the most difficult question: what is the number of your house?

    Good class: 40% can answer. Regular class 10%
    You're working as an English teacher, right? If so I wouldn't complain too much, if I were you.
    Give him a break, English is probably his second language.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Passing Through View Post
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    I want to buy a Masters degree that is recognized in Thailand. Not a KSR one but from a real institution. Anyone know?
    I have been thinking about this too, however what is the use? If you need one for getting a better position, you have more use for a educational degree. Having this said...... what do you think of my following statement?

    The Thai students on primary and high school are so incredible lazy, if you are a construction working with no degree and you are original from the North Pole, even than you can teach English in Thailand.

    When I enter a new class, let's say grade 10 (9 years of English lessons already!!!). I ask a few simple questions like: what is your name? Where do you live? How old are you? And the most difficult question: what is the number of your house?

    Good class: 40% can answer. Regular class 10%
    You're working as an English teacher, right? If so I wouldn't complain too much, if I were you.
    That's a rhetorical question and a statement of surprise so an apostrophe should be used instead of a question mark. The word "right" is not necessary. The comma in the next sentence should come after the conditional phrase.

    You're working as an English teacher! If so, I wouldn't complain too much if I were you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Begbie View Post
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    I want to buy a Masters degree that is recognized in Thailand. Not a KSR one but from a real institution. Anyone know?
    I have been thinking about this too, however what is the use? If you need one for getting a better position, you have more use for a educational degree. Having this said...... what do you think of my following statement?

    The Thai students on primary and high school are so incredible lazy, if you are a construction working with no degree and you are original from the North Pole, even than you can teach English in Thailand.

    When I enter a new class, let's say grade 10 (9 years of English lessons already!!!). I ask a few simple questions like: what is your name? Where do you live? How old are you? And the most difficult question: what is the number of your house?

    Good class: 40% can answer. Regular class 10%
    You're working as an English teacher, right? If so I wouldn't complain too much, if I were you.
    That's a rhetorical question and a statement of surprise so an apostrophe should be used instead of a question mark. The word "right" is not necessary. The comma in the next sentence should come after the conditional phrase.

    You're working as an English teacher! If so, I wouldn't complain too much if I were you.
    classic

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    Err...Exclamation "mark," or point?...Not apostrophe...

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    BTW, I'm not interested in a Masters anymore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by taxexile View Post
    That's some serious bull shitting in that article, funny as fook.

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