No. People younger than that have gotten their PHDs.
No. My kid got their PhD just before turning 28 and they took 5 years to get their PhD. They started as an undergrad just after turning 17.
There is nothing wrong for that age as a PhD candidate but ir is not young.
It's about the usual age (maybe a little older)
No, that's about average.
100 -COLLEGES FOR 100 YEARS.
We will all attend 100 -colleges for 100 years now on the web.
1. there will be lifelong -univerisity . we will attend 100 -colleges for 100 years.
2. we will have 10-20 careers in lifetime. with the internet, we will have 10-20 careers in our liteitme over 100- years.
100- -colleges for 100 years.
10-20 careers in 100 years with the internet
the internet will make for lifelong university . there will be an internet of colleges.
with the internet, we will have 10-20 careers over 100 years.
Lol my husband was 36 when he got his PHD.
It is a good age.
I started mine at 27 and finished a few months after my 30th birthday.
Not at all