List of REUs?

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iYOA
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List of REUs?

Postby iYOA » Wed Jan 28, 2015 11:18 pm

So I have been generating a list of REUs to apply to but I am not sure how competitive each one is. I am a sophomore and I don't think I have a chance of getting into the super competitive ones like Duluth, Emory, Williams (maybe even Cornell? I don't know where that stacks up).

So what would be some examples of mid tier REUs?


Some info on my math background: I've taken 1 year-long analysis course, one complex analysis course. Currently taking a year long sequence in algebra , a course on point-set and a course on functional analysis.

AspiringMathPerson
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Re: List of REUs?

Postby AspiringMathPerson » Wed Jan 28, 2015 11:36 pm

I'm not honestly not sure how to rank REUs other than with the ranking of the grad program (which even then would still be iffy). So here's just a list of REUs funded by the NSF for this summer:
http://www.nsf.gov/crssprgm/reu/list_re ... nitid=5044

iYOA
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Re: List of REUs?

Postby iYOA » Wed Jan 28, 2015 11:50 pm

I've looked through that list but it doesn't indicate which ones are harder/easier to get into.

grad
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Re: List of REUs?

Postby grad » Thu Jan 29, 2015 12:18 am

iYOA wrote:I've looked through that list but it doesn't indicate which ones are harder/easier to get into.


I don't think there's any real way to know for sure. Just apply to as many as you can.




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