Booo111 wrote:Undergrad Institution: Big State University (known for math)
Major(s): Mathematics B.S.
Minor(s): N/A
GPA: 3.92
Type of Student: International Female
GRE Revised General Test:
Q: 170
V: 157
W: 3.5
Program Applying: Industrial Engineering PhD, Applied Mathematics Ms
Research Experience: none
Awards/Honors/Recognitions: Dean's List
Pertinent Activities or Jobs: Math Grader, Tutor, TA
Any Miscellaneous Points that Might Help: One strong recommendation letter
Applying to Where:
MS:
NYU: Admitted 01/16 with funding
McGill
Purdue
Toronto:
Cornell:
Georgia Tech:
Columbia:
PhD:
Penn State: Admitted 12/24----waiting for funding
Ohio State:
UMN-twin cities:
Wisconsin-Madison:
George Mason:
UIUC:
Maryland:
UNC:
jbenoit310 wrote:Undergrad Institution: Large Public School, top 25 in math
Major(s): Chemical Engineering
GPA: 3.59/4.00
Student Type: This shouldn't affect anyone's admission
GRE Revised General Test
Q: 168 (94%)
V: 154 (65%)
W: 5 (92%)
GRE Subject Test in Mathematics:
M: 690 (57%)
Program Applying: Pure Math - PhD unless otherwise stated
Research Experience: One summer of research on fluid mechanics, but none directly in math.
Awards/Honors/Recognition: Typical university awards: Dean's List, etc.
Pertinent Activities or Jobs: Currently working as a data engineer. Worked as a grader several semesters.
Any Miscellaneous Points that Might Help: Two really good letters, one more personal than the other. One more generic but not bad.
Any Other Info That Shows Up On Your App and Might Matter: I didn't take an advanced math class until Junior Year. I may have jumped into too many at once, hurting my GPA. I'm not one to make excuses, but this is mostly anonymous
Applying to Where:
Baylor University - Admitted 2019/01/19. Full tuition and $24,000/year stipend, plus $6,000 University Fellowship. I'm very excited someone wants me a lot, even if it's not a well-known program. Off to a good start.
SUNY at Albany -
University of Connecticut -
University of Kentucky -
University of Notre Dame -
University of Rochester -
Vanderbilt University -
Wake Forest University (Master's Degree) -
Mr.Scholze wrote:function wrote:Undergrad Institution: Above average international university
Major(s): Mathematics
Minor(s): Physics
GPA: 3.1/4 (German system: 1.9 - 1 best, 4 worst passed, 5 failed)
Type of Student: International male
GRE Revised General Test:[/b]
Q: 167 (91%)
V: 169 (99%)
W: 4.0
GRE Subject Test in Mathematics:
M: 690 (57%) - April 2018
TOEFL Score: 124 = R30/L29/S28/W27
Program Applying: Pure Math/Applied Math
Research Experience: Developed a knot invariant, though nothing really done with it yet.
Awards/Honors/Recognitions: -
Pertinent Activities or Jobs: Editor for zbMATH (part-time), exercise author for an online studying portal
Any Miscellaneous Points that Might Help: -
Any Other Info That Shows Up On Your App and Might Matter:
Applying to Where:
Reach
Ohio State University - Math PhD - applied
Kind of reach
IU Bloomington - Math PhD - applied
Purdue University - Math PhD - applied
Fit
University of Kentucky - Math PhD
University of Cincinnati - Math PhD
IUPUI - Math PhD
Safety
University of Louisville - Applied and industrial math PhD
30+29+28+27 is actually equal to 114. Bro, you are in math.
optimisticnihilist wrote:Undergrad Institution: Foreign (India)
Major(s): Mathematics
Minor(s): N/A
GPA: 8.5/10
Type of Student: International (India), Male
GRE Revised General Test:
Q: 170 (96%)
V: 163 (93%)
W: 4.5 (82%)
GRE Subject Test in Mathematics:
M: 790 (77%)
TOEFL Score: (116 = R30/L30/S27/W29) (if applicable)
Program Applying: (Applied Math/Statistics) [Basically looking for professors in quantitative finance]
Research Experience: 3 Summer Internships, 1 Summer School on Math and Finance, Working on my MS Thesis
Awards/Honors/Recognitions: KVPY (National) Fellowship, 2 National Summer Fellowships
Pertinent Activities or Jobs: Whoops
Any Miscellaneous Points that Might Help: Pretty strong recommenders, so hopefully the letters make up for the GPA and GRE Math Score.
Any Other Info That Shows Up On Your App and Might Matter:
Applying to Where: (Color use here is welcome)
NYU
Columbia - Statistics
UCSB - Dept of Statistics and Applied Probability
UCSD
UIUC - PhD with concentration in risk analytics and actuarial sciences program // Skype interview 1/13/2019
University of Chicago - Statistics
Carnegie Mellon
UWash Seattle - Dept of Applied Mathematics REJECTED 1/25/2019
Purdue, West Lafayette - Statistics
Johns Hopkins - Applied Mathematics and Statistics
McGill
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor - Applied and Interdisciplinary Mathematics
IvanBliminse wrote:Oh brother I feel that we are applying for almost the same programs everywhere except you apply for many more than me!
Just out of curiousity, are you looking to do some stochastic analysis in mathematical finance?
Thanks!
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