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  1. Gender : Male Ethnicity : Indian Undegrad Institution : University of Delhi (tier 2 college) Major : Economics GPA : 7.12/10 (3.6 US equivalent) Relevant Courses : Math/Statistics : Math Econ I (7) ,Math Econ II (8) , Statistics (7), Introductory Econometrics (8), Applied Econometrics (10) All grades are out of 10, the two math courses covered some linear algebra and the rest was multivariable calculus but did not have vector calculus stuff like green's theorem. The statistics course was calculus based and had random variables, hypo testing, clt and similar
  2. Gender : Male Ethnicity : Indian Undegrad Institution : University of Delhi (tier 2 college) Major : Economics GPA : 7.12/10 (3.6 US equivalent) Relevant Courses : Math/Statistics : Math Econ I (7) ,Math Econ II (8) , Statistics (7), Introductory Econometrics (8), Applied Econometrics (10) All grades are out of 10, the two math courses covered some linear algebra and the rest was multivariable calculus but did not have vector calculus stuff like green's theorem. The statistics course was calculus based and had random variables, hypo testing, clt and similar
  3. @cyberwulf My goal is to dive deeper into statistics, as mentioned by bestregards above I haven’t taken many stats courses. Also, I want to use the MS as a way to enter the data science/ml job market which is not possible for me right now. Finally, I might even consider a PhD and the MS will help me in that. With that said, can you please give me school suggestions?
  4. Ohh I see, well thanks a lot for the advice that you've given me. I appreciate it.
  5. @bestregards The thing is that I cannot take anymore statistics courses as I am enrolled in the economics department and you can only take a limited number of courses from the statistics department. Also, I have read the SOP link, but isnt that mainly for the Doctorate programs or does it apply to Masters programs as well? Also, as my profile stands, can you please tell me what should be my safety, match and reach schools please?
  6. Hi everyone, I want to apply to MS Statistics for Fall 2021 in US and Canada but I would prefer the US. I know that I am late in applying and the deadlines for many schools have closed but I am still hoping to get into some decent/good program(s). Can you please tell me what my safety, match and target schools should be? The things I worry the most about are my low grades in Probability Theory, Time Series Analysis and Econometric Methods - II. Can you also tell me how important a role will the SOP play in my applications? Gender : Male Ethnicity : Indian Undegrad Institution :
  7. Thank you so much for your reply. Yes @Recklessreader and I are hoping to take Linear Algebra and Linear Models, and Analysis - II as non credit subjects since that seems to be our only option. We also think that we will delay applying for an MS by one year so that we can get all the Math courses on the transcript as well as give the GRE Math Subject Test in April. You seem to know the working of the Stats department at Indian Statistical Institute.Do you think professors from the statistics faculty will be willing to write us LOR’s(assuming that we do well in their subjects)?, we hav
  8. Can you please tell me what masters at Harvard did this student pursue, was it biostats? Because last I checked Harvard does not have a MS statistics program.
  9. Thanks a lot, I always thought that there had to be a reason for the (relatively)low math requirements at biostat programs, now it makes sense. Thanks for the advice about wake forest, I’ll definitely check it out. I was also thinking about chicago and duke but they’re very tough to get into. One last thing do you think I should give the mGRE to show my mathematical ability(assuming I can do well on it) or is it a waste of time?
  10. This is amazing!!! Don’t worry, you’re not talking down. If I’m being honest I didn’t find the first three papers to be theoretical enough, and the last two might have been a tad too theoretical , I think I am looking for something in the left neighborhood of the last two papers which I guess can be found more in the stats depts but then again stats depts are too difficult to get into so maybe I’ll have to go the biostats route. But I highly doubt my capabilities being from a non math background, I’m still trying to shift into statistics and will try to get an MS and see how it goes from there
  11. Hey! I am no expert on admissions but am a long time lurker on this platform, so take what I say with a grain of salt. First of all things will be very different depending on whether you are a domestic or international applicant. Also you should give more info about your major and math/stat courses taken in UG and masters. My suggestion would be to take as many grad level math courses and perform well in them. I don’t think taking grad level algebra courses makes sense as it doesn’t really apply to stats, grad level analysis courses will be better, also your LORs can be a factor that might hel
  12. Ohh I had now idea that the funding worked in such a different way for biostat programs.
  13. I see, so I guess biostats is maybe not the best option in general for somebody who wants to work only in theory, but it is probably just as good as the stats depts if somebody is interested in applied or a mixture of applied and theory.
  14. One thing I don’t understand is that why is it so much easier to get into top biostat programs than top stats programs when most people say that the two depts do mostly the same things.
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