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  1. I'm applying to PhD in statistics (primarily) and CSE programs (computational sciences) this year. It'd be very helpful if you can take a look at my profile and give me some advice on programs to apply to, especially ~2 safe schools. My profile: I'm currently doing a master at Harvard (CSE masters, GPA: 4.0/4.0). I did my undergrad at University of Toronto (Engineering Sciences, GPA: 3.92/4.00). No GRE math (I took it without sufficient prep and got a terrible score--76%) and will probably not reveal it to anyone. General GRE: 166(V), 168 (Q), 4 (W). Recommendation Letter: Both pro
  2. Hello, Would anyone be willing to critique my SOP for my political science (political theory in particular) Phd apps? I am available to look at someone else's if you need help. I used to work as a Writing Tutor during my time in University, so I've reviewed a million of these. Thanks
  3. I'm out of options with my PHD applications. I applied to 15 schools and had what I thought was a stellar PhD application package, 20 years military experience, solid SOP, great LOR's, transcripts are excellent to outstanding from three separate and accredited graduate programs and getting rejected left and right. I had Univ of MN tell me flat out that GRE scores were the problem. (157 V/ 154 Q) I've taken it twice this past summer, used Magoosh and the 5lb Manhattan Test prep and cannot get my scores to elevate. At this point, I'm guessing that there are five culprits: 1) GRE scores, 2
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