Prospective PhD Student for fall 2019

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KAMAL92
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Prospective PhD Student for fall 2019

Postby KAMAL92 » Fri Feb 09, 2018 11:33 pm

Kindly suggest me in which universities I can apply as per my profile

Undergrad Institution: Sri venkateswara College, University of Delhi
Major(s): Mathematics
Percentage-73.64

Masters Institution: Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee (IIT Roorkee)
Major(s): Industrial Mathematics & Informatics
Percentage-70.5

Type of Student: Indian

GRE General Test:
Q: 169
V: 156
W: 4.0

GRE Subject Test Mathematics

900

Research Experience:

1. Oct 2012-Dec 2012: Department of Mathematics, Sri Venkateswara College, University of Delhi:To find the shortest route among all the colleges of University of Delhi using Floyd Warshall Algorithm

2. Aug 2015-Nov 2015: Department of Mathematics, Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee: To solve the ODEs and PDEs using Differential Quadrature Method.

3.Dec 2015- May 2016: Department of Mathematics, Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee:To use Radial Basis Differential Quadrature Method for solving different engineering and scientific problems.

Math Courses: Got A and B Grade in all subjects related to Differential Equations and Finite element method


Work Experience:

May 2016-Mar 2017: The Princeton Review, Noida, India

Role- Quant Faculty

Responsibilities-

1. Taking quant classes for SAT, GRE and GMAT.

2. Develop material for all international tests



· Mar 2017-till date : The Princeton Review, Noida, India

Role- Area Manager

Responsibilities-

1. Target Achievement (Sales)

a) Execute target achievement plan for all products

b. Tracking all leads & maximizing conversion percentages by team management

c) Support sales team with closures

2. Customer Satisfaction

a) Ensure achievement by providing quality delivery

b. Ensure all customers’ complaints are closed

c) Manage daily operation all activities

d) Ensure inventory management

3. Centre & Team Management

a) Support Regional Manager in ensuring talent retention

b. Work closely with regional operations and BD team

c) Facility management and centre administration for smooth business continuity

Letters of Recommendation:

A letter from Assistant professor from IIT Roorkee under whom I did my M.Sc thesis. This could be strong.
A letter from Assistant professor who taught me Finite element methods and Numerical Analysis.
A letter from my current boss from The Princeton Review
Programs Applying: I would like to apply to the programs related to Numerical Analysis and Finite Element Methods, It would be good if I can continue y M.Sc Research topic again i.e. Differential Quadrature Method

Which Universities in US can give me admits with this profile?

djysyed
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Re: Prospective PhD Student for fall 2019

Postby djysyed » Sat Feb 10, 2018 10:38 am

Would you be able to list which math courses you took? That way others will have a better idea of how strong your background is.

KAMAL92
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Re: Prospective PhD Student for fall 2019

Postby KAMAL92 » Sat Feb 10, 2018 11:54 am

few of the undergrad courses
Calculus - 70/100
Algebra- 96/100
Differential Equations-96/100
Numerical Analysis with C++- 85/100

Though I got poor marks in Real Analysis but I got good marks in all courses related to Differential Equations.
Apart from that I have chosen Graph Theory,Economics and English Literature as my optional subjects.


Masters Courses
I got B+ and B grades in Differential Equations, Finite Elements Methods, Probability ,Numerical Analysis, Data Structures and Algorithms, Graph Theory

Also I got B+ in my Dissertation and Semester Projects which are based on Differential Quadrature Method(one of the numerical method).

lothiriell
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Re: Prospective PhD Student for fall 2019

Postby lothiriell » Sat Feb 10, 2018 12:02 pm

How did you score 900 on the mGRE but got 70% for a calculus grade? O.o

KAMAL92
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Re: Prospective PhD Student for fall 2019

Postby KAMAL92 » Sat Feb 10, 2018 10:51 pm

hello
I had learnt calculus in my first year of graduate course in India, that time i.e. 2010, I was first time taking any calculus course, after that I started enjoying calculus, and I have taken subject GRE in 2017




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