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  1. I got admitted into those three statistics master program. But it's hard for me to make a decision between those three schools. I am more interested in go to industry instead of Ph.D. after graduated GWU stat program gave me $5000, but the living cost in DC is pretty high. And the program has more than 100 ms students this year, soooo many people. Umass stat program is under math&stat department, it is a small program, only have around 15 students each year. And I heard from students there, most of ms students can get TA or RA, so it means I won't pay lots of tuition. But I am not familiar with the job market in that state. If you know could you give me some information? Uconn, actually this is my least option. most of the professors are biostat, which I am not interested in. and they don't have fellowship or TA to ms students. If you know something about those three schools or states, please give some advice or information, so I can make decision. Thank you so much
  2. My GRE score is 169/Math, 144/Verbal. Verbal score is low, but I heard from couple friends said some statistics master program won't look at verbal score. Is this true? And what is the normal cutoff point for verbal part? If someone know this could you give me some school that does not care verbal score. Cause I am deciding should I take it again, or should I just move on to prepare other things. Thank you
  3. I just took GRE test today, and my verbal is 144/ quantitive is 169. My GPA is 3.79 I feel my verbal score is low. Should I take GRE another time if I want to go to universities in states around New York and Boston. Some people told me there are some good statistics master program does not care verbal score. But I do not know what school don't care too much on verbal.
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