I'm class of 2019, and am looking for some advice for grad schools. I have a 3.4/4 at a well respected, but, unfortunately small liberal arts college. Due to a long medical issue (entire sophomore year, and first semester junior year), my grades slipped, which I will note in my applications. My math GPA is a 3.1, but after next semester (I have an independent study, analysis and another easier course), it should be around a 3.3, and overall, 3.5.
Outside of the classroom, however, I am doing quite well. In terms of research, as of now, I am giving a presentation, and poster at JMM in January, and my advisor and I are on track for publication in the Spring. For the Spring, my second research project will result in a conference, and a co-authored paper. Additionally, I was apart of an REU last summer, and will most likely be apart of the same one this upcoming Summer.
So, this leaves me with the question of, what am I qualified for? My list, as of now (and it will change as my grades hopefully improve, as my health improves) is:
LESS COMPETITIVE (IF THAT'S A THING)
All feedback is much appreciated, and please be honest, nothing will offend me. Any tips, or schools which I missed would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, and sorry for the long rant!