I am trying to get a sense for my chances at getting into a grad school with a good pure math program. Do I have a shot at any of the top 20? top 40? I know this depends a good deal on how I do on my MGRE (not yet taken), but lets assume for the sake of argument i score in the 85% or above. Here is my profile:
Undergraduate Institution: Fairly elite liberal arts school, good math program.
Majors: Mathematics, Educational Studies
Minors: Philosophy, Psychology
GPA in math: 3.71
Position in class: No idea
Type of student: White domestic female
I just took the new GRE so they only gave me a range of scores immediately following the test.
W: No results yet
MGRE: Not taken yet--signed up to take it in Nov.
Program Applying: Pure Math
Research Experience: REU in game theory at University of Illinois--Urbana-Champaign summer after sophomore year; honors project my senior year on random walks on graphs, planning to submit paper with results for publication.
Pertinent Activities or Jobs: Have tutored high school math every year of college. Haven't been able to TA because only students on financial aid are eligible at my school and I'm not on financial aid.
Any Miscellaneous Points that Might Help: Female.
Math classes I have taken: Discrete, Linear Algebra, Applied Calculus, Combinatorics, Abstract Algebra, Differential Equations, Real Analysis, Topics in Analysis (400 level continuation of real analysis), Topics in Algebra (400 level continuation of abstract algebra), Complex Analysis, Intro Stats, Probability. No grad school classes.
Any Other Info That Shows Up On Your App and Might Matter: I had a really awful first semester and have gotten good grades every semester after that.