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  1. Stats. Also they still haven't updated since that email for me either.
  2. Does anyone know what's going on with UCI stats PhD? Got an e-mail that UCSD will have their decisions out "very soon."
  3. I'll run it by the professor advising me, but I'm inclined to agree with you. Thank you so much for all the input Totoro.
  4. Update: Took the GRE and unofficial scores are 170 verbal, 164 quant. I definitely got at least a 4 on the writing as well. I think I am going to retake it because I'm fairly confident I can get 167+, but do others here believe that is necessary? Thanks for any further input.
  5. It's all good. I am mostly concerned with UCI being a safe bet currently. Thank you for confirming that.
  6. Do the rest of you here agree more or less with Stat Assistant Professor? I've also passed the actuarial probability exam if that means anything. Thank you all for helping.
  7. Can you give any evidence of this? Not saying that I don't believe you but I've never heard anything like that before. One of my professors who has advised me a decent bit has strong connections with UCSD and UCLA and they have said nothing about this. Thank you so much for providing this information. I actually just graduated this Spring so taking more classes this Fall isn't much of an option but I'm willing to take an upper level optimization course if people here believe that it would really be necessary to get into UCI. Ideally I'd like to be able to stay within CA.
  8. Undergrad Institution: Big state school (CSU) Major: Economics Minor: Math GPA: 3.835 (Magna Cum Laude, 4.0 if looking at just last 60 units) Type of Student: Domestic White Male GRE General Test: Taking it in a few weeks, have done very well on practice tests so I believe I can get 165+ Q and 160+ V at the very least - AWA probably 4.0+. Also willing to retake it if necessary. Programs Applying: Statistics PhD (but not necessarily opposed to biostatistics) Research Experience: Nothing unless you count an econometrics capstone project. Only decided to
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