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Need help narrowing down my list for (applied) math PhD programs. Below are my thoughts on each - all advice is super duper welcome 🙃 Courant (CAOS): Arguably the best institution to study mathematics in the world; CAOS program is very small (2-3 new students each year); only one female faculty out of 8 (and she just started last year); think that a PhD from Courant would set me up to do basically whatever I wanted in life career-wise; simultaneously worried it would kick my ass and leave me depressed/with extreme burn out; cost of living is high and housing seems like a nightmare but I w
Hi! Starting a new thread just in case. I have a bachelors in ECE from an international university, a Masters from UCSD in Signal and Image Processing and been working in the industry for close to 7-8 years in Video Compression and more recently in 3D Computer Vision. I want to apply for a PhD in AMATH(Applied Math) starting Fall 2019(mostly). I am aware that I need to take the GRE Math Subject Exam and the General GRE as well. I do not have any research papers so far. I did lots of high school math competitive exams(dont think they count anymore). I am onl
Undergrad Institution: Top International School Major(s): Mathematics Minor(s): Computer Science GPA: 3.33/4.3 (major GPA: 3.56) Type of Student: International Asian Female GRE General Test: Q: 170 (97%) V: 159 (83%) W: 4.0 (60%) GRE Math Sub: 790(77%) will take again Programs Applying: Applied Math PhD/MS, Statistics MS, OR MS Research Experience: Summer Research @Top3 Applied Math Institute in the US, Undergraduate Supervised Study (Reading Course) at top math school in the US Awards/Honors/Recognitions: Pertinent Activities or Jobs: 4 month internship
Hi everyone! I am new here so serious help will be greatly appreciated. I am graduating next year with my Bachelor's degree in Applied Mathematics and I was wondering what is the next best step for me to do. I am determined to get into grad school but I've heard that, for applied math, you have the option to either take a master's or go directly to getting a PhD. My ultimate goal is to get a PhD but getting a master's was what I was expecting to get first. Either way, I just wanted to know what most of you suggest I take: master's or directly get into PhD program? Also, what is