Hello all!

I've just joined this forum, and I am amazed how much useful information is around here about the GRE math subject test.

I was just wondering if anyone would evaluate my chances of getting into a program in Applied Mathematics at Institutions like:

University of Wisconsin, Madison; University of Washington; University of Colorado, Boulder?

Here's my profile:

Institution: Grinnell College

Major: Mathematics

Overall GPA: 3.58

Major GPA: 3.91

Advanced classes taken: Real, and Complex analysis, Abstract Algebra, Combinatorics, Number Theory, Abstract Algebra, & Topology.

Summer Research ( I studied Iterated Functions Systems (IFS) used to generate fractals)

I've been a math tutor since my sophomore year.

I expect B+ level Recommendations.

I partied hard my first 3 semesters, and did well only in math classes (hence the low GPA)

I have not taken my GRE's. But I am studying hard for Math Gre Subject Test and expect at least a 60 percentile.

I also need recommendations of Applied Math graduate schools that I have realistic chances to get into.

Thank you in advance!