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  1. There seem to be a lot of threads asking the same thing popping up lately and I figured it might make sense to make an overall guide thread and then those who feel their answers still haven’t been adequately answered can post below for an idea of what their chances are. Here is a brief rundown of factors affecting your likelihood of getting into top-tier and well respected programs. If you fall below par in any one of these factors you can bump it up by being stellar in one of the others. I'll add to this if others point out other things I've left out. School requirements: Your first s
  2. Hi all, I'm a senior undergrad in the US graduating in the spring. I'm applying to PhD programs in statistics for fall 2020. I posted my profile recently and got great feedback, and I was wondering about a few more things: 1. I changed the list of schools I'm applying to, do they seem reasonable? I wanted to apply to more reach schools to give myself a better chance of getting into one, while also applying to enough lower ranked schools to not feel worried about getting into zero schools. 2. If I'm okay with doing
  3. I know it is pretty late but I just want to know if I should apply to more safe universities. Country: India Undergraduate institution: Reputed university in India GPA: 60.75% (can't convert to US GPA as i am not sure which formula is correct) Master's from a private university. GPA: 3.7 Interested course: Ph.D. in materials science Research experience: I have done a 2 month project which led me to file a patent, a 4 month project (I am currently writing this paper) and there is another project going on right now. All these projects are related to my field
  4. I am very interested in pursuing biostatistics PhD for this coming year (2020). I realize I have a low gpa score but have a strong research record/work experience to compensate. I would really appreciate honest feedback about my chances for graduate school this coming year given that I can get very strong LORs. Undergrad Institution: Top 10 LAC Major: Computer Science and Statistics GPA: 3.56 Student: Domestic POC, female Courses: Intro to Stat Modeling (A-), Intro Computer Science I (B+), Multivariable Calculus (A-), Intermediate Statistics (A-), Intro Computer Scie
  5. Hi everyone, This May I graduated with a sociology degree. My goal is to become a social science researcher. Because the field of social science research is going toward a quantitative direction, I plan to apply to applied statistics masters program this fall. After masters, I plan to work in the Industry for a few years, and then apply for a social science PhD. (economics, public policy, political science, sociology..). I will really appreciate it if you can give me some advice. Undergraduate Institution: Top 10 Liberal Arts College Majors: Sociology
  6. I'm an international student from South Korea, and I would like some feedback on the schools that I've chosen to apply to. My stats are: Undergrad Institution: Top 3 in South Korea (Korea or Yonsei) Major: 1st major - Business , 2nd major - Statistics GPA: 4.20/4.5 (96.6 / 100 or about 3.77 / 4.00 approximately depending on the conversion policy) Student Type: International Asian Male GRE General Test: 163 Verbal (93%) , 169 Quant (95%) , 4.5 Analytical Writing (81%) Courses: Math - Calculus I (A+), Calculus II (A) (In our school, calc I/II covers all up to multivaria
  7. Any recommendations for schools I should go for would be great, not really sure if I’m reaching too far with my current choices considering my lack of research experience. Undergrad Institution: Top 50 Public School Major: Math – Minors in Business, Computer Science, Statistical Modeling GPA: 3.94 Student Type: White Female GRE General Test: 165 Verbal, 170 Quant, 4 Analytical Courses: Linear Algebra Honors (A-), Probability (A), Calc 2 (B+), Diff Eq (A), Mathematical Statistics (A), Decision Analytics (A), Predictive Analytics (A), Applied Regression and Time Series (A), Intro to Stocha
  8. I finished my masters in Data Analytics in May. Now I want to go for a PhD in statistics. Undergrad: Computer Science at Illinois State University GPA 2.9, 3.3 in major Good grades in CS classes (As & Bs) not as good in math classes for my (unfinished) minor. One repeat and one D. Grad: Data Analytics at University of Illinois Springfield GPA: 3.7 GRE (from four years ago): Verbal 166 (97%), Quant. 157 (64%), Writing 3.5 (39%) -- I plan to take this again in September and will study more for the Quant portion! Master's closure project in machin
  9. Hi all, I'm a senior undergrad in the US graduating in the spring. I'm applying to PhD programs in statistics/biostatistics for fall 2020. I'm wondering about several things: 1. Are programs in biostats vs statistics significantly different? I think I'm interested in a more theoretical/mathematical training so if biostatistics programs put a lot less emphasis on that then I'm not sure I'd want to attend those programs. 2. Are the schools I'm applying for reasonable? Suggestions on where else to apply would also be great. 3. Will not takin
  10. Hi all, I was thinking about graduate school, but I'm not sure where I could get in given my grades. I would like to apply to Statistics PhD programs. I'm planning to just take the standard GRE. Undergraduate Institution: Columbia University Major: Mathematics-Statistics GPA: 3.88 Type of Student: Domestic Asian Male Relevant Classes: Statistics Courses: Statistical Inference (Casella and Berger) (A) , Bayesian Statistics (A), Statistical Machine Learning (A-), Stochastic Processes (A), Probability Theory (A), Math Courses: Calc III-IV (A), Linear A
  11. Hello, everyone! I'm a rising senior thay has just recently made the decision to pursue a MS in biostatistics rather than the original path I've been working at for the past couple years (PhD in Clinical Psychology). Clearly, this is a major shift in my plans so I have been attempting to familiarize myself with the field and what credentials I'll need in order to be admitted into such a program. The underlying question of this post: do I even have a chance of admission for Fall 2019 or I should apply for the following year? Undergraduate Institution: Large Public Universit
  12. Undergrad Institution: big midwest state school ( ranked <30 on statistics) Major(s): math and stat double GPA: 3.83 Type of Student: international female Grad Institution: not good private school (ranked 50-70 on stat US News) Concentration: statistics MS GPA: 4.0 GRE General Test: Q: 170 V: 151 (52%) W: 3.5 (<50%) GRE Subject Test in Mathematics: M: took two years ago, did really bad TOEFL Score: N/A Programs Applying: Statistics and Biostatistics PhD Research Experience: Summer data analysis in a biology lab, haven'
  13. I'm looking for advice on what tier of school I'd be competitive for. Any input would be highly appreciated. Undergrad: The Ohio State University Majors: Mathematics/Economics Ethnicity: South Asian Overall GPA: 3.92 Math GPA: 3.79 Econ GPA: 4 Courses: (including all the math and only some economics) Except the first two calculus classes and the economics classes, all are proof based and honors level. Single variable calculus (A) Multivariable calculus (A) Intro to Proofs (A) Real Analysis I (A-) -- single variable real analysis Linear Alg
  14. Hi, Can you guys suggest some universities ranging from safe to moderate to ambitious based on my profile for computer science steam ? Many thanks !! Profile: 10th : 93.1 %. 12th : 93.1 %. Undergrad CGPA : 8.8 (Comp science - SRM university - among top private universities in India). GRE : 318 (164Q, 154V). ielts : yet to give. Work ex : Working as a software dev in a product based company for past 2 years, the role is purely DEV and involves contribution in mission-critical web services and webapps. Projects: A mobile application. A web app
  15. I am an International student from India and have applied for the Ph.D. program in Chemical Engineering with a focus in drug delivery, nanomedicine and tissue engineering at MIT, University of Michigan, UPenn, UIUC, Cornell, JHU, UCLA. I have also applied for the Ph.D. program in Biomedical Engineering at Duke University and Materials Science and Engineering at the University of Wisconsin Madison. However, I have not heard back from any of the schools although many students have already received their admits. I am surprised that I have not received admit from any of the schools. Can anyone ple
  16. I went through the hugely popular 'Am I competitive'? Thread in Government Affairs and was wondering if it made sense to create an overall thread in this forum as well. I only noticed three very specific threads on here (linking the one I found to be slightly more general). Hopefully, I get answers and others who are asking themselves the same/similar questions get on here and find answers as well! Program: PhD in Sociology Schools Applying To: Columbia University, University of Chicago, Stanford University, University of Pennsylvania, National University of Singapore, University o
  17. I connected my Facebook to The GradCafe so that I could post things because I'm a little lazy with accounts and stuff. Why does everybody here use nicknames instead of their full names? Does anybody connect their Facebook to this site?
  18. Hello everyone, I have been having trouble lately matching my profile with potential MS ECE programs and would greatly appreciate it if anyone could help me with shortlisting potential MS programs to apply to. I aim to apply mostly to universities in Canada and Europe, basically anywhere but the US (as I won't be able to take the GRE in time). I am also mainly looking for research/thesis based degrees, and preferably RA/TA funded degrees. My profile: Undergrad: B.Sc. ECE from an unknown institution internationally, but known regionally and undoubtedly one of the best nati
  19. Hi, everybody. To be honest, I come from a rural community and don´t have the money to apply to several graduate programs. That is why I want help so I can narrow my choices and avoid spending money on application fees for universities I don´t even have a decent chance to get accepted at (I don´t know how my profile compares to average international students). Here is my profile: Major: Two at UNAM in México. One in Physics and other in Mathematics GPA: both 9.5/10 Research experience: Several posters, seminar talks and worked as associated student at various institutes TOE
  20. I'm an international student who graduated from the UK in 2016. I'm applying for PhD programs in Biostatistics/Statistics, starting Fall 2019. Please leave some comments on my profile, especially the range of schools to which I'm applying. BSc Degrees: Mathematics with specialization in Statistics from a top-10 university worldwide GPA: Top 10/~250 Master Degree: Finance from a top-10 university worldwide GPA: Top 10/~40 Type of student: Asian male Program desired: PhD in Statistics/Biostatistics Research Experience: coauthor of one published paper on an international jou
  21. Hi guys, I'll be applying for a 2019 PhD program. I greatly appreciate your time and advice! Below is my profile: Undergrad: Smaller state school in PA Major: Mathematics Minor: Statistics, Actuarial Science GPA: 3.9 (Only 1 B from Abstract Algebra) Type of student: Domestic White Male Program desired: PhD in statistics Research Experience: 1 published paper, 2 large projects in sports analytics. I've presented them at IFORS and SAS Global Forum (Oral presentations, not poster). Both accepted for presentation at INFORMs 2018 annual meeting. 1st was done entir
  22. Hi, I know I have a very weak academic profile, but I was wondering if I'd have any chance to get into a Stat PhD program, say top 30-40 ish. I'm currently majoring in Mathematics and Statistics at UChicago. To give you a little explanation about my low GPA, I was not thinking about academia and was mainly looking for a job in Finance until 2nd quarter of my junior year. The job I was seeking for doesn't really care about what kind of courses I take, so I took a lot of junk classes in order to compensate for my low math grades. UChicago by itself is a pretty harsh grader (GPA 3.25/4.
  23. Hi all, I am a junior year student thinking about applying for a finance/economics phd program and I need advice on how to improve my profile/what schools to apply for. Here is my background: Undergraduate: Top 10 US Ivy, major in applied math and minor in econoimcs, GPA 3.8 Research interest: macro-finance, behavioral finance, asset pricing GRE: haven't taken Math/engineering courses: Linear Algebra, ODE, PDE, dynamical systems, probability/stats, stochastic process, optimization, financial engineering, real analysis, numerical methods Econ courses: micro/
  24. I appreciate any feedback! I know my profile is very very VERY weak, I was not aware that I wanted to apply for PhD programs until a few months ago, and I wasn't trying my hardest Freshman, Sophomore year. However, I just want to know if I have a chance getting into ANY PhD program for Statistics or Data Science. I'd prefer schools in the NJ, PA, NY, MD, DE area! Please be honest with me, if I have no chance getting into any PhD programs in any school, I need to know! Undergrad Institution: The College of New Jersey Major: Mathematics with a specialization in Statistics GPA
  25. Hello Folks, Well guys, I am planning for MS in CS . I need your help to evaluate my profile, and suggest universities in Canada. I have total 8 years of IT experience with organization like Cisco Systems, BMC, Atos etc. IELTS score 7.0 overall GPA 7 out of 10 10th 60% 12th 60% Please suggest. Thanks,
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