Hi all,

I'm an aspiring doctorate-level statistician/biostatistician. I'm currently doing an MS degree, but starting to prepare for phd applications (which I would apply for after my MS). The math subject GRE is not a requirement for most Statistics programs, but although my MS degree is in biostats/epidemiology, my undergrad degree is not in a quantitative field, so I feel that taking the subject test would be good for me to take in order to boost my competitiveness. My question is, what sort of classes do you recommend to prepare for it? I've taken Calc1-3, will be taking Calc4 and Linear Algebra next summer and differential equations in the fall. Anything else that would be helpful? I apologize if there is a link answering this question already, but I've found mostly suggestions for materials to use to study for it, and I'm thinking more in terms of classes that I should take first.

Thanks!