Thanks, everyone!

Forum for the GRE subject test in mathematics.
vj
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Thanks, everyone!

Postby vj » Sun Aug 25, 2013 6:13 pm

Thank you for your suggestions.
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Izaac
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Re: How do I pitch my story to top graduate schools?

Postby Izaac » Mon Aug 26, 2013 4:48 am

Realistic chances... let me have a look at my mathematicrystal ball... I see... Harvard: 0.465... MIT: 0.634... Stanford: 0.295... and the like: 0.784...

I know you'd love to hear those numbers, but as anybody will tell you, NOBODY can tell your chances. Now with
vj wrote:REU: Unfolding of Prismoids (Georgia Tech) 2013 Summer. Submitted a report.
Publication: Co-authored and published a paper in a math journal, not sure how much this counts or matters
I can get 3 very strong letters of recommendation from faculty (who are well known in their fields).
Worked as a Teaching assistant and grader 2-semesters.

+the fact that you're 14yo and American, you shouldn't worry. Best ingredients are good research+publication+recommendation.

If you want some examples of SOP, here's a few: http://alumnus.caltech.edu/~natalia/stu ... amples.htm

Good luck. Wait, no, you don't need any, you already got what it takes.

PS: did you have a look at the applicant profile threads?




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