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    Graduate Certificate vs second Bachelors

    I'm in the UK, so if you're in the US, I guess that makes us cousins or something! I'm sure you're right. The degree is probably just my ticket to the dance interview. From there, it's all about proving skills.
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    Graduate Certificate vs second Bachelors

    Thankyou! :) Quite an encouraging bunch here, really! You are right about Excel, these are good tips. If I want more out of my job, I have to put more in. And I will definitely try to help with easier stats questions here. At a minimum, more experienced posters can correct my...
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    Graduate Certificate vs second Bachelors

    Thankyou, Dason (I like your profile picture!) :) I am using DataCamp to learn basic R. It's not real-world, but I like the interactivity of it. I'm definitely looking for opportunities in my job to automate tasks, once I have grown my programming skills beyond beginner level.
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    Graduate Certificate vs second Bachelors

    Thankyou :) Clearly one skill I need to work on for statistics is writing more concisely... I just finished my first exposure to multivariable calculus, linear algebra and partial differential equations. It has confirmed I made the right choice with the longer, slow, broader route: I am about...
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    Graduate Certificate vs second Bachelors

    Thanks for taking the time to read and reply. I did read your response at the time but have just realised I never acknowledged it - how very rude! My apologies. For anyone interested: I opted for the second bachelors route. As ondansetron suggested, I do have a passion for statistics (in...
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    Graduate Certificate vs second Bachelors

    Hi All, TL;DR: I have arts degrees and want to work in statistics but have very little quant background and find it all rewarding but intimidating - should I do a second undergraduate degree or a short MSc-prep course then an MSc? Both part time, as I work full time. UK-based poster here...