Hello, I was wondering if someone could give me some odds.
Undergrad Institution: Decently large state school, but not much research is done. The school tends to be ranked around 75-100 in the U.S News National School Rankings.
Major(s): Math and Stats (not a duel major; one major the combines the two). Co major in analytics.
GPA: 3.6 (major: 3.75)
Type of Student: Domestic Hispanic Male
GRE General Test:
Q: 170 (97%)
V: 165 (95%)
W: 5.0 (93%)
GRE Subject Test in Mathematics:
780 (76th percentile)
Research Experience: Two different projects. One in statistics and one in economics. Both involved doing regressions.
Courses: Math: Calc 2 (A), Calc 3 (A-) Linear Algebra (A), Proofs (A), Diff Eqs (A-), Abs. Algebra (B+), Real Analysis (A), Optimization (A), Probability (A), Regressions (A-), Inferential Statistics (A-), Statistical Programming (B). Taking this year: Statistical Learning, Data Visualization, Bayesian Statistics.
I've also taken plenty of programming courses and am proficient in Java, SAS, and R.
Letters of Recommendation: 2 from Research Advisors, one from a statistics professor.
I'm mostly worried about my letters of recommendation. The professors are not very well known. I'm also concerned about my schools low ranking and the fact that I haven't/won't take any grad courses.
If you could give feedback, it would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!