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  1. Hi everyone I've worked as an analyst for 3 years and am fascinated by the application of statistics and related sophisticated algorithms by tech firms to drive business value. I want to deepen my knowledge base of the same via higher education. While researching programs, it appears to me that Analytics and Data science programs are sort of general purpose and don't go quite deep into the subject matter. Due to this I've been considering Statistics / Operations Research / Management Sci MS programs. Thoughts?
  2. I did a bad thing. I looked up the acceptance rates of the universities I'm applying to for PhD. My best shot is a little over half. 56%. Next best shot is 1 in 4... the numbers only decline from there. Any program with decent funding is insanely competitive these days. Is it even actually possible to be good enough? My top choice program has a 9% acceptance rate. Even with stellar grades and scores and LORs... how can anyone be better than 91% of any given applicant pool?
  3. Hello everyone, I hope that you're all well right now. I noticed this forum whilst performing some research on what a graduate program looks like. Right now I am a community college student with plans to transfer soon to UC Santa Barbara with hope to double major in mathematics and statistics. My GPA is sort of low, at 3.4, but with the transfer admission guarantee or (TAG), I should be able to make it in next fall. I'm actually already 24 years old, (turning 25 in two months), and am nervous about going forward with my plan of action. When I grew up people would tell me that I was a smart per
  4. Hey everyone, which do you think is a better master's counseling program? I've been accepted to Loyola University Chicago's M.Ed community counseling program and Boston College's MA counseling program.
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