Undergrad Not in Math

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robinkathleen
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Undergrad Not in Math

Postby robinkathleen » Fri Nov 15, 2013 1:53 pm

Hi,

For my undergrad I double majored in Elementary Education and Mathematics. I am unsure how schools will look at this to determine if I can attend their school to get my Masters in Statistics.

Does anyone have any insight on this?

My GRE scores were okay.

Verbal: 160
Quant: 169
My overall GPA: 3.831 - magna cum

Please let me know what other things I can do to prove I would be a good fit as a Statistics major.

Thank you!

robinkathleen
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Re: Undergrad Not in Math

Postby robinkathleen » Fri Nov 15, 2013 1:56 pm

For some more information,

I have spent the past 2 years in Ecuador teaching Math in Spanish.

My letters of recommendation will be very strong. 2 from Math professors that I worked closely with at my University and 1 from a retired Reasoning Professor that has guided me through my teaching in Ecuador.

Thanks!




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