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  1. Institution - IISER (Indian Institute of Science, Education and Research) CGPA - 9.1/10, will be 9.5/10 by the end Awards - Certificates of academic excellence in various semester Teaching Experience - TA/tutor for Real Analysis, Group Theory, Elementary Differential Geometry Research Experience - Currently working on Geometric Invariant Theory at IISc and Derived Categories at IISER. Master Thesis will be on Kahler Geometry and GIT. Don't know if there will be publications by the end of my thesis. I did one of my summers in Symplectic Geometry at IISERGraduate Courses - A
  2. Undergraduate Institution:Top 3 in math in India Program: B.Sc Hons. Major:Math and Physics Grade: 9.5/10 Type :International Asian Male Courses with grades: Analysis 1(10),2(10),3(10); Complex Analysis(10);Probability(10),Algebra 1(9),2(10),3(8);Calculus(10), Differential equations(10) ,topology(7),optimization(10), Game theory(9), Stochastic processes 1(10), 2(10) Masters Institution: Top stats program in India Major: Statistics with probability specialisation Percentage:84%(At time of application) Math courses with percentages: Analysis 1(95), P
  3. Student Type: International asian female Undergrad: Top 5 U.K School Major: Mathematics with Economics GPA: 4.0/4.0 Math & stat modules: Analysis I (A/A*) Analysis II (A/A*) Complex Analysis (A/A*) Real Analysis (A/A*) Probability and Statistics(A/A*) Linear Algebra I (A/A*) Linear Algebra II (A/A*) Linear Algebra III(A/A*) Mathematical Methods I (=Calculus)(A/A*) Mathematical Methods II (=Calculus II)(A/A*) Mathematical Methods III (=Calculus III)(A/A*) Economics I(=Micro and Macro)(A/A*) Economics II(=micro and macro)(A/A*) Maths and Stat modules for next year:
  4. Hello everyone, I have just started the process of looking at grad school and there's so much info it's overwhelming. So I would really appreciate if you can give me some insights if my profile is competitive enough. I am applying to developmental psychology programs with close connection with education. Degree: Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with Honors from a liberal arts college GPA: 3.60 (cum laude) Major: Psychology, Minors: Education, Sociology and French, TEFL certificate Relevant courses: Statistics and Research Design in Psychology (in which I was a TA twice)
  5. Hey... Pursing Phd had been a dream am nurturing since long. I am hoping to pursue PhD in public health from either Johns Hopkins or Harvard. Being an international student, who is supporting herself financially, spending the amount for standardized test like TOEFL and GRE and application for college is a huge financial load. Hence would like to know where my profile stands so that I can make informed decision of going ahead with application process. Education : Bachelors : Bachelors in Dental Sciences( BDS) Masters: Masters in Public health from top university in India for
  6. Hello everyone, I am a senior who will be applying to PhD programs in biostatistics. I have posted here before about statistics, but my list of schools was very different and after looking into biostatistics programs at the suggestion of a couple people here, I found that they actually do research which I find very interesting. Undergraduate Institution: Top 20 among public universities; big, well-known state school; top 20 mathematics department. Majors: Pure mathematics Minor: Computer Science GPA: 3.73/4.0 Major GPA: 3.83/4.0 Type of Student: Domestic Asia
  7. Hello everyone, I'm currently a senior planning on applying to PhD programs in statistics or any related field (eg. operations research) for Fall 2020. Undergraduate Institution: UCLA Majors: Mathematics, Statistics (Double major) GPA: 4.00/4.00 (cumulative) Type of Student: Domestic Asian Male Relavant Courses: Math: Calculus I, II, III (A+, A+, A+) Linear Algebra (lower & upper level) (A+, A+) Differential Equations (lower level) (A+) Honors Real Analysis I, II, III (A, A+, A+) Honors Complex Analysis (A+) Applied
  8. Hello everyone, I am a rising senior who will be applying to PhD programs in statistics with interest in stochastic processes, time series, high-dimensional statistics, and uncertainty quantification. Not really interested in biostats even though I have a couple of experiences with biomath research. Undergraduate Institution: Top 20 among public universities; big, well-known state school. Majors: Pure mathematics Minor: Computer Science GPA: 3.73/4.0 Major GPA: 3.83/4.0 Type of Student: Domestic Asian Male Courses taken: Math: Calc 3 (A)
  9. Hello. I am looking forward to apply for PhD in behavioural neuroscience for the fall 2018 batch. I have a BA in JPE ( journalism, psychology and English) where I scored 69.43%, and have pursued masters in psychology( MSc Psychology) with a CGPA of 7.14, both from India. I have a master's dissertation which i wrote during my final semester. I worked for a year for an IB school. I am taking the GRE in September mid. I am really confused about several things. I don't really know how strong my profile is. I did find a few universities which aligned with my interests but i want to know whether i
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