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  1. Hi there! I'm a senior looking to apply for economic development/public policy PhD programs. My dream would be the Tufts joint PhD with Fletcher in Economics and Public Policy. My question is: what job titles will help my application stand out? Currently on my CV I have: Research assistant, public policy analysis intern, and legal administrator. By the time I apply this fall, I'll have team lead on the Fed Challenge (hopefully with a placement), and three or four single or dual author papers as first author. (With any luck one or two of them will be published....) I'm working on
  2. Phd Financial Economics/ Economics Evaluation ( Planning to Apply Fall 2021):GRE: Yet to Take ( Planning to take in June)TOEFL: Yet to take ( Planning to take in June)Undergrad: NIT Durgapur'2017 ( Chemical Engineering)- 8.20/10Grad: IIM Indore'2019 (Top 5 in Management as per NIRF ranking published by Ministry of Human resources India)-MBA ( 3.38/4.33, Top 35 out of 540, Don't have a proof yet but I am trying to get one from Admissions Office)Courses & Grades:1.Mathematics I :Functions of Single Variable,Functions of several variables,Integral Calculus, Multiple Integral, Vector Calculus,
  3. I'm a current Masters student in economics, and many of my research interests appear to align more with the work of sociologists than economists. I've searched through a few doctoral programs already, but I have just a few questions: Is it problematic to have no true formal background in sociology? Do doctoral programs value strong math backgrounds? Is this sort of transition common and does anyone have any firsthand experience with it? Any and all advice is greatly appreciated as well
  4. Hi everyone. I took the GRE last summer and got 163Q 157V 5W, my gpa is 3.76 (my major GPA is probably higher) and I'm Applied math + Econ at a practically unranked school for Economics. I have volunteer experience, small research award, and teaching experience (basically tutoring, but with different titles). I am second author on a manuscript but I'm positive we won't have the paper by the time I apply. I also spent a semester writing a paper of my own that I hope I'll have ready then (not published, just a writing sample). I have family (special needs) who I want to stay close to, so I'd rea
  5. I just got my GRE scores: AW 4.5, V 170, Q 170. I feel a bit bad about my writing score. The other two measures are great obviously, and the V much better than I expected. I will apply for a Econ PhD this fall, and aim at the top 10-15. I know it's tough to get accepted, but my GPA is strong and so are my letters. I'm only concerned about my writing score. Do you think I should retake the GRE? By doing so I'll most likely spoil my perfect scores in the other two sections. Fyi: I'm an international applicant. Not sure if this makes any difference...
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