Also, I have a question which is somewhat unrelated to this post, in fact, I could start a new topic on it if others are curious also. I was reading Fermat's Last Theorem (aka Fermat's Enigma) and it implicitly states that younger is better in Mathematical research. In fact, the Field's Metal is age limited at 40 I think. Thus, how important is age to admissions committees when evaluating students?
when he was in Gradschool at Michigan but he wasstill awarded a Field medalHowever, his sophomore and junior years were marred with mediocre grades, mostly Bs, Cs and even an F in nuclear physics.
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