PHD's honestly aren't all that hard to get outside of getting accepted to a program (and having a way to pay for it unless you're an engineer or chemist or something where grad schools pay you)
I mean you just have to maintain a 4.0 in major through your BS
most good programs have pretty low grad dropout rates or the students drop out because of a better opportunity
ones at good schools like oxford physics do a lot to help people succeed if they put in the time and don't slack off, it can be a miserable number of hours, but not something you're unable to do at all unless the person in question is just entirely in over their head for some of the math or science
and let alone fucking non-science phd's, lol
t. has been in higher education for a decade and hasn't accomplished anything
If you did, you wouldn't have posted that girl.
or it's cause I'm the only one in my family without a phd