Azizi Khalid

March 18, 2021

Newton's Three Laws of Graduation

First Law

A grad student in procrastination tends to stay in procrastination unless external force is applied or better know as ‘Law of Inertia’.

Second Law

The age, a, of a doctoral process is directly proportional to the flexibility, f, given by the advisor and inversely proportional to to the student’s motivation, m.

Mathematically, this postulates translates to:

Age PhD = flexibility/motivation
a= F/m

Third Law

For every action towards graduation there is an equal distraction.