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    Low Cumulative GPA

    Thanks for the feedback! Yes, I am pretty set on applying to stats PhD. Also, do you think it is tougher to get into applied math programs?
  2. Undergrad Institution: Princeton Major(s): Mathematics GPA: 3.4 Major GPA: 3.9 Type of Student: Domestic Asian Male Relevant Courses: Honors Analysis I, II (B+, A), Complex Analysis (A-), Algebra I (A), Graph Theory (A), Statistics (A-), Probability and Stochastic Systems (A-), Graduate Probability Theory (A), Graduate Stochastic Calculus (A-), Seminar in Analysis (A). Planning to Take Next Year: Graduate Statistical Theory, Topology, High-Dimensional Probability GRE General Test: Q: 170 V: 162 W: 4.5 GRE Math Test: 940 Research Experience: One semester research experience with a math department professor in probability theory Summer REU Going to have a year long thesis in probability theory Awards/Honors/Recognitions: None really Letters of Recommendation: Three letters from the supervisors of my independent works. I think I maintained very close relationship with all of them, so the letters should be strong. Comments: I am really concerned about my cumulative gpa. I had a lot of B’s in miscellaneous classes, and I was wondering if that is going to hurt my chances at top schools. Which range should I aim for realistically? Or should I apply for MS and then for doctorate programs? Thanks in advance!
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