Schools that I can reasonably get into

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metalshredder
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Schools that I can reasonably get into

Postby metalshredder » Sat Nov 19, 2011 11:11 pm

Hey all,

I don't know about how good schools are and what kind of students get in. I'm interested in going into applied math. Here are some stats

~US Citizen Japanese male student
~Graduated with double degree in physics and math last May (Large state school)
~3.68 GPA overall, 3.73 GPA math classes, 3.53 GPA physics classes
~Pi Mu Epsilon Inductee May 2010
~Undergraduate teaching assistantship for calculus 2009-2010
~One small research-like experience (no publications)
~subject GRE to be determined
~Currently taking two graduate courses as non-degree student

Here are the schools that I'm currently applying to

Princeton
Brown
NYU
Berkeley
UMD
UT-Austin
UC Boulder
Chicago
Georgia Tech (pure math)

Does anyone have any recommendations for DOMESTIC schools that I can get into? I'm hoping for schools with later deadlines as well...Thanks!!

dragoonlp
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Joined: Thu Mar 25, 2010 4:38 pm

Re: Schools that I can reasonably get into

Postby dragoonlp » Wed Nov 30, 2011 9:06 pm

I would say for school like Princeton, NYU, Berkeley....who knows? No one can tell you. :)

What I will suggest that you may try the school like University of Maryland--College Park, or the Georgia Tech as you already chose, u may get some chances...

Try Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute as well, or university of Arizona, or WPI as well.

Good luck!




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