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Hey all, As of today, most of the applicants for PhD studies have received an answer regarding their admissions. I hope the majority of you are satisfied and excited about next year. I know that "Advices for PhD Economics" is a subject that is all over TheGradCafe however, when browsing the different posts I realized there is not a concise and clear one (perhaps I missed it). Thus, I would like to ask you for your help. I'm a future PhD applicant (for Fall 2022) and will start a MSc in Barcelona in Economics this year (Fall 2021). I know how painful and hard the admission pro
This is a complicated post. I am anticipating some brutally honest responses which will hopefully be constructive. I'm also anticipating some rude ones. First, I'm an escort. I have a bachelors in English literature from an average sized state school in Washington State. Outside the west coast my school doesn't matter to anybody. After I graduated I was a teaching assistant in Spain for a year and then came home and worked as a technical writer. Then I became a whore. Now I'm still a whore, and damn good at it, but stuck in a masters program in English studies where I did my undergraduate
I have Bachelors and Masters Degree in Economics with very limited mathematics (college algebra, calculus for business, two week review of calculus I and linear algebra) but I am applying for a PhD in Economics. I have contemplated taking math courses(Calculus, Multivariate calculus, Linear Algebra, Differential Equations) in the summer as a Non-Degree student but I live in a country where math courses are only offered as part of a degree program. I would like some advice on how I can take the math courses I need to strengthen my PhD applications or what programs I can apply to that can
Hi, I recently scored verbal: 157, quantitative: 168 and analytical 4.5. I want to apply to phd in economics in some top us programs. A profesor who will write one of my letters of recommendations told me that I should try taking it again to score 170 and possibly something higher in verbal -this one should not be so important in economics from what I know-. Does it sound like a sensible idea to take the GRE again? Would it make much difference if I scored 170? Any opinions would be appreciated