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I agree with the consensus here - 3 first-author papers in respectable journals would be an average number. Increasing the number of papers published or publishing in first-author journals would just make you look all that much better. Of course, a paper in Science or Nature, for example, would probably be as good as two papers in average journals.
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Here in the states, most programs only require one or two substantial FIRST-AUTHOR (key word!) peer-reviewed papers. Depending on the program and the field of research you go into, you may be able to do a lot more.
And for the record, I don't know how Warthaug got 13 publications during his/her graduate career. Were they all first-author?
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And for the record, I don't know how Warthaug got 13 publications during his/her graduate career. Were they all first-author?
I worked my ass off, that's how (that, and a whole lotta luck). 8 were 1st author.

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wow!!! 8 in 3 years is a good results..... Do you know more about german phD???
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