College suggestion for Geometry and Topology based on my Profile

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silentdepression
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College suggestion for Geometry and Topology based on my Profile

Postby silentdepression » Thu Dec 07, 2017 2:42 pm

Undergrad Institution:Foreign College(famous in India)
Major(s): Mathematics and Comp Science
Minor(s): None
GPA: 9.7 /10 (Cumulative)


GRE Revised General Test:
Q: 168
V: 160
W: 4
GRE Subject Test in Mathematics:
M: 890 (93%) Only submitting where required.

TOEFL Score: 114

Program Applying: Pure Math Ph.D (Geometry and Topology)

Research Experience: Did two summer reading projects,one in Measure theory, another in Uniformization theorem of Riemann Surface
Awards/Honors/Recognitions: National scholarship, around 500 people get selected for that yearly.
Pertinent Activities or Jobs: Teaching assistant fr Analysis1 and 3, am going to TA for Diff equations course next sem.
Any Miscellaneous Points that Might Help: Nope
Any Other Info That Shows Up On Your App and Might Matter: Did about 5grad courses . Intro to Differential geo, Riemannian Geo, Galois theory, Measure theory, Lie Groups.

Applying to Where:

Applying for PhD in Geometry and Topology

My current is is

Princeton
UC Berkeley
Columbia
Northwestern
Rutgers
Brown
Upenn

I dont want safety schools, can you suggest any Reach schools which are good in geometry and topology? (Can't apply to UCLA,SUNY Stony Brook,UIUC, U of Wisconsin Madison and U Washington because of some degree issues)

djysyed
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Joined: Sat Oct 28, 2017 9:59 pm

Re: College suggestion for Geometry and Topology based on my Profile

Postby djysyed » Thu Dec 07, 2017 11:01 pm

I recommend looking at USNews rankings for graduate programs in Geometry and Topology

jianhaoti
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Joined: Thu Nov 03, 2016 10:38 am

Re: College suggestion for Geometry and Topology based on my Profile

Postby jianhaoti » Sat Dec 16, 2017 12:09 am

UT Austin




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