Hi, I was wondering what my chances would be of getting into a top 25 statistics phd program? as well as a top 50? Below are my stats:
Undergrad Institution: Large public university Major(s): Statistics Minor(s): GPA: 3.82
Type of Student: Female, White, Domestic GRE General Test: 149V, 157Q, 3.5AW
Programs Applying: PhD in Statistics
Research Experience: One semester of statistics research at home university, two summers of statistics research at national lab. Currently have 5 published journal/conference papers. Have presented at about 4-5 conferences.
Awards/Honors/Recognitions: Deans List, Omicron Delta Kappa Honors Society, Pi Mu Epsilon Honors Society, Mu Sigma Rho Honors Society, Honors College
Pertinent Activities or Jobs: Have worked as both TA and RA for home university and intern for national lab two summers in a row
Letters of Recommendation: One is from my advisor at national lab (wrote multiple papers together) and other two are from professors I had for my entire junior year (assuming will be good)
Relevant Courser Work: Math and Stat Courses: Combinatorics (A), Mathematical Reasoning (A), Statistical Computing (A), Mathematical Computing (A), Linear Algebra (A), Differential Equations (B), Probability Theory (B), Advanced Calculus (B), Multivariate Calculus (B), Nonparametric Statistics (A), Regression (A), Statistical Methods I (A), Statistical Methods II (A), Mathematical Statistics I (A), Mathematical Statistics II (A), Linear Models (A), Statistical Inference (A), Applied Statistical Computing using R (A), Time Series Analysis (A), Real Analysis (A)
Computing Skills: R, MatLab, SAS, SQL, SPSS, LaTex, VBA, Python, C
Applying to Where:
Purdue
NC State
UC Davis
UC Berkeley
University of Connecticut
University of South Carolina
Columbia
Univ of Illnois at Urbana-Champaign
Rutgers
University of Kentucky
UNC (INSTORE)
University of Michigan
University of Pittsburgh
(assuming good sop)
Also, any advice/words of wisdom would be great! Thank you!