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  1. Undergrad Institution: Large State School (Top 200 USNWR) Major(s): Mathematics Minor(s): Statistics GPA: 3.94 Type of Student: Domestic Male GRE General Test: Q: 167 (92%) V: 165 (96%) W: 4.0 (60%) Grad Institution: Same Large State School (Top 200 USNWR) Concentration: Mathematical Statistics GPA: 4.0 Programs Applying: Statistics PhD Research Experience: 1 published paper in a low-level journal. Did research every summer as an undergrad. Was a Graduate Research Assistant for multiple projects as a grad student. Presented at local conferences, but nothing m
  2. @BStat @NumStats UCI visit day is this Friday (March 9). I expect many admitted students are waiting until after the visit to make their decision, as I am. Maybe you are on an unofficial waitlist and some sports will open up in the next few weeks!
  3. The O'Reily 2016 Data Science Salary Survey might have the information you're looking for. You can see the usage of various technologies, as well as salary breakdowns by a bunch of different metrics. With respect R, you can see that it is the second most common technology used by respondents, so it is definitely useful to know outside of school. I think it is also probably the most commonly used language in academia, but, if your school is r-centric, they will almost certainly have some sort of "Introduction to R" class. If you are trying to learn a language *for* grad school, I think you shou
  4. Undergrad Institution: Large State School Major(s): Mathematics Minor(s): Statistics GPA: 3.95/4.00 Type of Student: Domestic White Male Grad Institution: Same Large State School Concentration: Mathematical Statistics (Masters) GPA: 4.00/4.00 GRE General Test: Q: 167 (92%) V: 165 (96%) W: 4.0 (60%) Programs Applying: Statistics PhD Research Experience: 1 Peer-reviewed publication, 2 summers of research as an undergrad, presented at local/state conferences for undergraduates (won some minor awards), Graduate Research Assistant for one year, which I
  5. I'm currently an undergraduate in the math program at SDSU. My advisor has been trying to convince me to do stay here for graduate school. They have made some big hires recently, and the departments is definitely growing. First and second year grad students often travel internationally for conferences, which I am told is not common in bigger departments. As an undergraduate, I don't know a ton about our graduate program, but the few graduate students I have spoken to seem to be happy with their choice to study here. However, if you're looking for Machine Learning, you will not find it here.
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