Chances for Masters Program in Mathematics

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bbq123
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Chances for Masters Program in Mathematics

Postby bbq123 » Thu Feb 08, 2018 1:43 pm

Hi, I graduated from a Top 20 programs in mathematics. My background is follow:

Proof based courses: Real Variables (A), Complex Variables (A), Abstract Linear Algebra (A), Introduction to Proof (A)
Honors Undergraduate Courses: Honors Abstract Algebra (A), Honors Topic in Mathematics (A), Honors Undergrad Research (A)
Reading Course: Homological Algebra (A)
Graduate Level Courses (with other PhD students at my university): General Topology (A+), Commutative Algebra (A).

Will I have a chance if I apply to some Masters Program? Lets say like top 50-100 or so?

djysyed
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Re: Chances for Masters Program in Mathematics

Postby djysyed » Thu Feb 08, 2018 2:35 pm

Certainly, your background and grades show that you have completed an Honors mathematics curriculum and have done quite well.

bbq123
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Re: Chances for Masters Program in Mathematics

Postby bbq123 » Thu Feb 08, 2018 2:39 pm

I just hope I get in some Masters Program. I know that my math grades are not that good and I am not that good in mathematics, but I want to continue my education

Altoids
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Re: Chances for Masters Program in Mathematics

Postby Altoids » Sun Feb 11, 2018 6:09 pm

I know NYU and only a few other schools actually offer master program in math. None particularly difficult to get into. But you're getting all As. What makes you feel like not good in math?




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