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Here's the thread to submit your profile and results for stat and biostat programs for Fall 2019. You only have an hour after you post to edit, so it is best to post only when you have all of your results or have made a decision. Give as much detail as you feel comfortable with!

Below is the template:
Undergrad Institution: (School or type of school (such as Big state/Lib Arts/Ivy/Technical/Foreign (Country?))

Type of Student: (Domestic/International (Country?), Male/Female?, Minority?)

GRE General Test:
 xxx (xx%)
V: xxx (xx%)
W: x.x (xx%)
GRE Subject Test in Mathematics:
M: xxx (xx%)

TOEFL Score: (xx = Rxx/Lxx/Sxx/Wxx) (if applicable)

Grad Institution: (school or type of school?) (if applicable)
Programs Applying: (Statistics/Operation Research/Biostatistics/Financial Math/etc.)
Research Experience: (At your school or elsewhere? What field? How much time? Any publications or conference talks etc...)
Awards/Honors/Recognitions: (Within your school or outside?)
Pertinent Activities or Jobs: (Such as tutor, TA, etc...)
Letters of Recommendation: (what kinds of professors? "well-known" in field? etc.)
Math/Statistics Grades:  (calculus sequence,  mathematical statistics, probability,  real analysis etc.) 
Any Miscellaneous Points that Might Help: (Such as connections, grad classes, etc...)

Applying to Where: (Color use here is welcome)
School - Program / Admitted/Rejected/Waitlisted/Pending on (date) / Accepted/Declined
School - Program / Admitted/Rejected/Waitlisted/Pending on (date) / Accepted/Declined
School - Program / Admitted/Rejected/Waitlisted/Pending on (date) / Accepted/Declined
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Undergrad Institution: Ivy
Major(s): Statistics and Mathematics 
Minor(s): Computer Science
GPA: 3.88/ 4.00, major: 3.93
Type of Student: Domestic Asian

GRE General Test:
V: 162
W: 5.0
GRE Subject Test in Mathematics:
M: n/a

TOEFL Score:n/a
Programs Applying: Statistics PhD
Research Experience:
1. 7 months research on spectral methods for estimating parameters of network models, culminated in senior thesis
2. physics REU 

1. school level awards (magna cum laude, highest honors, etc.), award for being top 10% of the class

Pertinent Activities or Jobs:
1. two internships - one in tech, one in finance
2. TA for 4 semesters: data science, linear algebra, machine learning, and grad level GLMs
Letters of Recommendation: 2 from well known professors in the field (one from research), 1 from teaching faculty. All should be good. 
Math/Statistics Grades:  
Math: real analysis (A-), linear algebra (A), complex analysis (A), topology (A), dynamical systems (A), abstract algebra (A), combinatorics (A) 
Stat: probability (A), inference (A), machine learning (A), stochastic process (A), data science (A), nonparametric stat (A) 
grad level stuff: machine learning for NLP (A-), GLMs (A-), advanced probability (A-), advanced inference (A), market design (A) 
misc: E&M (A), Mechanics (A), quantum mechanics (A)

Any Miscellaneous Points that Might Help: took 5 grad classes, TAd a grad class, good recs, good grades at a top school, low GRE (took it cold)

Applying to Where: (Color use here is welcome)
Harvard - Stat PhD/ admitted - Declined
Wharton -  Stat PhD/admitted - Declined
UWashington - Stat PhD/admitted - Declined
UCLA - Stat PhD/admitted - Declined
Wisconsin Madison - Stat PhD/admitted - Declined
Columbia - Stat Phd/ waitlisted / admitted - Attending 
Duke - Stat Phd / admitted - Declined
CMU - Stat Phd / rejected
Stanford - Stat PhD / rejected (no math GRE...)
Berkeley - Stat PhD / rejected
Michigan - Stat PhD / pending / withdrew
Chicago - Stat PhD / pending / withdrew
Toronto - Stat PhD / pending / withdrew
I decided to apply to PhD programs very late, and didn't have time to take the math GRE. Applied to Stanford anyways based on advice from my professors, but it didn't work. Overall, I'm pretty happy with the results though. 
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Undergrad Institution: Big State School, US News top 80 or so overall
Major(s):  Statistics, Physics, Psychology (applied as a Math major too, decided not to take a non-statistics-related math class)
Minor(s):  Math
GPA:  3.80
Type of Student: Domestic white male, very bland diversity-wise

GRE General Test:
 170 (96%)
V: 167 (98%)
W: 5.0 (98%)
Programs Applying: Statistics/Biostatistics PhD programs
Research Experience: Mostly some social science/psychology research, a little bit of stuff with epi/biostat this year.
Awards/Honors/Recognitions: Phi Beta Kappa
Pertinent Activities or Jobs: Some public speaking/science communication stuff
Letters of Recommendation: Psychology research mentor (department head, did senior thesis with them), genetics professor from a class taught entirely off of journal article discussions, and a professor I had for 1 applied statistics class.
Math/Statistics Grades:  Calc I (AP Credit), Calc II (B+), Calc III (A-), Diff Eq (A), Linear Algebra (A), Proofs & Logic (A), Intro to Sequences [there were proofs in this, to be clear] (A-), Probability (A), Stat Inference (A*), Real Analysis (B*), a bunch of other applied stat classes that I got all A's in.  * indicates that I was taking that class during the applications, hence only schools with late application deadlines (UNC biostat and Columbia stat) or that specifically requested transcripts (Wisconsin stat) got those grades.
Any Miscellaneous Points that Might Help: Did SIBS at NC State, profs at my university might have had a few connections they used on my behalf but I don't really know.
Any Miscellaneous Points that Might Hurt: Zero grad classes, lots of withdrawals, pretty lacking proofs background, strange choice of letter-writers (no professors from proofs-based classes), really weird personal statement.

Applying to Where:

Carnegie Mellon - Stat PhD / Rejected (2/18)
Duke - Stat PhD / Admitted (2/7) / I might go here, not saying
Columbia - Stat PhD / Rejected (3/14)
NC State - Stat PhD / Waitlisted (1/30) / Admitted (4/2) / I might go here, not saying
Wisconsin - Stat PhD / Admitted (2/22) / Declined
UCLA - Stat PhD / Admitted (2/09) / Declined
Illinois (UIUC) - Stat PhD / Admitted (1/08) / Declined
Ohio State - Stat PhD / Admitted (2/1) / Declined
Harvard - Biostat PhD / Rejected (2/15)
Johns Hopkins - Biostat PhD / Rejected (2/26)
UNC - Biostat PhD / Admitted (1/22) / I might go here, not saying
Minnesota - Biostat PhD / Waitlisted (2/27) / Withdrew in early April
Brown - Biostat PhD / They said I was on a shortlist and asked how likely I would be to accept an offer, I'm interpreting that as a waitlist (2/27) / Withdrew in early March
Pittsburgh - Biostat PhD / Waitlisted (4/2) / Withdrew in early April
Based on my profile and my lackluster LoR choices, this seemed like a really top-heavy list of applications to send out (I had some safety school applications sitting on SOPHAS in case I hadn't heard anything by mid/late January).  As such, I wonder whether lots of schools just liked me as a quirky applicant, in terms of majors, classes, and maybe personal statement (I know at least one professor did read it, they brought it up apropos of nothing at a visit).  Given that I didn't take the Math GRE subject test, in retrospect I might apply to Washington biostat instead of Columbia stat, and I also might replace CMU or Minnesota with UPenn Perelman since I like neuroimaging and CMU just seems really dang tough to get admitted to.  As you can imagine, I'm very happy with the results of my application cycle, and given that many of my best offers are from schools that I didn't expect would like me, it's important to remember than your impression of a good fit/likely admission is definitely not the same as the schools' impressions thereof.
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Undergrad Institution: Top 60 Liberal Arts (according to super accurate USnews lol)
Major(s): Mathematics
Minor(s): Biology, Psychology
GPA: 3.76
Major GPA: 3.79
Type of Student: DMW

GRE General Test:
 164 (86%)
V: 168 (98%)
W: 5.0 (92-94%, Can't remember exact percentage tbh)
GRE Subject Test in Mathematics:
M: N/A
Programs Applying: (Biostatistics MS, Wisconsin Statistics MS - Biostats option)
Research Experience: Lol literally none
Awards/Honors/Recognitions: Magna Cum Laude, Dean's List most semesters, few academic scholarships
Pertinent Activities or Jobs: Math TA for several semesters
Letters of Recommendation: Letter of rec from Psychology professor, Biology professor, Classics professor, and my college swim coach. Psych professor is the most prolific researcher, but even they're not particularly well known. Undergrad was wayyyyyyyy more teaching focused than research intensive.
Math/Statistics Grades:  Calc I-II (A-/A-), Linear Algebra (A-), Abstract Algebra (A), Multivariable Calc (A), Combinatorics (A-), Euclidean/Non-euclidean Geometry (A), Numerical Analysis (A), Probability Models (B), Statistical Models (A).
About half of my courses were primarily proof based, from spring semester sophomore year onwards, which I think was very beneficial to my application. Didn't take Real Analysis unfortunately, didn't like the professor.

Any Miscellaneous Points that Might Help: None that I can think of relating to actual biostatistics/statistics. I'd like to think I was a unique applicant, I swam varsity collegiately for all 4 years in undergrad, served an AmeriCorp term after I graduated, really interested in Public Health and that shone through in my SOPs. But I have no clue if any of that made a difference lol. Also got a D in physics my first semester due to mental health issues + lack of readiness for college, so that tanked my GPA pretty hardcore, would've been 3.85 w/o it. Idk if it was beneficial to my applications that my GPA would've been drastically better w/o that one disaster, or if they were damaged by doing so spectacularly poorly. Or made no impact. At the very least, future applicants know that they can eff up in a non math stem course and get into someplace lmao.

Applying to Where: 
School - University of Minnesota/ Admitted / Accepted
School - UNC Chapel Hill / Admitted / Declined
School - Emory / Admitted / Declined
School - JHU / Rejected
School - Wisconsin / Rejected
School - Colorado / Admitted / Declined
School - IUPUI / Admitted / Declined
School - Vanderbilt / Applied to PhD with assumption I'd get auto-rejected and hopefully be considered for MS lol. I was asked to Interview for one of 4 MS spots, but declined to do so due to Minnesota acceptance
Overall I was pretty satisfied, UMN was my top choice. In retrospect, maybe getting letters of rec from my mathematics professors would've been smarter, but I was closer with the others and naively thought LOR were just intended to be like "Hey, this person is cool, let them into your school" rather than speaking on research suitability and whatnot. Although I'd like think my Psych/Bio/Classics professors actually wrote letters that were very complimentary of my research potential. Plus for just an MS I don't think LORs really matter too much lmao, as long as they're not damning. Seems like a numbers game, get the GRE/GPA/Course Prereqs, launch those apps into the abyss and you'll probs get in somewhere. I also feel like I lucked out as far as coursework and grades, I had zero inkling wtf biostats was in undergrad, and sorta stumbled into the math major path cuz I like being tortured by proofs and it turned out everything I took ended up being necessary or helpful. But yeah, best of luck to everyone at your respective programs!
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Undergrad Institution: International University at Western European country(3 year)
Major(s): Mathematics and Physics double BS
Minor(s): Statistics
GPA: 3.9
Type of Student: (Domestic, Male)

GRE General Test:
V: 160 
W: 5
GRE Subject Test in Mathematics:
M: 800 (79%)

TOEFL Score: US Born
Programs Applying: Statistics masters and Mathematics masters(Didn't directly apply to any Ph.D's)
Letters of Recommendation: Three strong letters from professors whose courses I did well in. 
Math/Statistics Grades:  Grades were all equivalent to an A in US. In total, I have/will complete around 40 courses in mathematics/physics/statistics.
Some relevant courses are as follows: Lin algebra and calculus sequences, real analysis, Complex Analysis, group theory, ODE, PDE, Systems Theory, Dynamical Systems, metric spaces/topology, differential geometry, measure theory, manifold analysis, functional analysis, numerical mathematics, probability theory, statistical inference, asymptotic statistics, generalized linear models. 
Some physics courses: Mechanics, EM, StatPhys/Thermo, Quantum Physics, Lagrangian/Hamiltonian Mechanics, QFT, Representation Theory

Applying to Where: 
Statistics Masters:
School - UC Berkeley / Admitted
School - University of Washington Seattle / Admitted
School -Columbia / Admitted
School - John Hopkins  / Admitted
School - UCLA /  Admitted
School - NCSU / Admitted
School - Stanford(Data Science Track) / Rejected
Mathematics Ph.D: (Both programs I had applied to the masters and was instead considered for Ph.D.)
School - UC Davis  / Admitted
School - University of Washington Seattle / Waitlisted 
Mathematics Masters:
School - University of Pennsylvania  / Admitted
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Undergrad Institution: One of top 10 U.S. private universities 
Major(s): Statistics
Minor(s): Computer Science
GPA: Major GPA 3.81/4.00, Overall GPA 3.78/4.00
Type of Student: International Asian Male

GRE General Test:
V: 160 
W: 4.0 
GRE Subject Test in Mathematics:
M: Did not take it due to lack of time to prepare

Programs Applying: Statistics/Biostatistics PhD
Research Experience: I worked on missing data research with a senior faculty for my senior thesis. I also worked on causal inference + ML research with two junior faculties. One paper submission to statistical computing journal. 
Awards/Honors/Recognitions: Graduation with distinction in stats and a bunch of award in music
Pertinent Activities or Jobs: I worked as a TA for undergrad-level class in mathematical statistics and grad-level class in Bayesian statistics 
Letters of Recommendation: Two senior faculties in stats and one junior faculty in CS (I had good working relationship with all of them. They promised they would write good letters for me, so I assumed all letters are strong.)
Math/Statistics Grades: 

 Statistics: Bayesian Stats (A+), Machine Learning (A), Mathematical Stats (A), Regression Analysis (A-), Statistical Consulting (A), Decision Analysis (A-), Causal Inference (A+)

 Mathematics: Linear Algebra & Differential Equations (A), Multivariable Calculus (A-), Probability (A), Real Analysis (A-) 

Any Miscellaneous Points that Might Help: I only took the required math courses for statistics major, and was quite concerned with my lack of math background. As a result, I applied to 20+ schools. The total application fee was outrageous. I was extremely frustrated with SOPHAS application portal. It was the most expensive one and it took a month for them to process my transcript. 

Applying to Where: 

Harvard - Biostat PhD / Admitted
Johns Hopkins - Biostat PhD / Rejected 
UW- Biostat PhD / Rejected for PhD Admitted to Master
UNC - Biostat PhD / Admitted 
U Michigan - Biostat PhD / Admitted 
U of Wisconsin - Biomedical Data Science PhD / Admitted 
Stanford - Management Science & Engineering PhD (Computational Social Science Track) / Rejected 
NYU - Data Science PhD / Rejected 
CMU - Stat PhD / Rejected 
Harvard - Stat PhD / Rejected 
UC Berkeley - Stat PhD / Rejected 
U Michigan - Stat PhD / Rejected 
U Penn - Stat PhD / Rejected 
U of Washington - Stat PhD / Rejected 
Duke - Stat PhD / Rejected 
UC Davis - Stat PhD / Rejected
Columbia - Stat PhD / Rejected 
Texas A&M - Stat PhD / Haven't heard back yet  (assume rejection at this point)
Wisconsin - Stat PhD / Haven't heard back yet  (assume rejection at this point)
Johns Hopkins - Applied Math and Stat PhD / Admitted
UCLA - Stat PhD / Admitted
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Undergrad Institution: Small Liberal Arts College, top 60 in US, top 10 in region
Major(s): Double: Mathematics and Finance ; BS, BA
Minor(s): Double: Computer Science & Analytics
GPA: 3.5
Type of Student: Domestic, Male

GRE General Test:
V: 152
W: 5.5
GRE Subject Test in Mathematics:
64%ile (Not submitted)

TOEFL Score: N/A
Programs Applying: Ph.D. in Statistics, M.S. in Statistics
Letters of Recommendation: Four strong letters from professors. All of whom I did research with for over 2 years (one ran the REU, one is the dept chair and the others are my advisors)
Math/Statistics Grades:  Math Stat I, II: B, B; Linear Algebra: C+, Calc I-III: A-, A-, B-; Real Analysis: B; Abstract Algebra: A; Computer Science I, II: A+, A+ ; Bayesian Statistics: A ; Applied Mathematics: A; Combinatorics: B+
** Important Notes: Very strong Letters of rec from professors who I know incredibly well. I have submitted 2 statistics projects for publication and both are pending. I have presented my research at over 8 conferences (2 JMM's, many MAA's, etc.) and given 7 poster presentations.

Applying to Where: 
Statistics Masters
School - John Hopkins  / Rejected
School - Columbia /  Admitted
School - NYU / Admitted
School - Georgetown / Admitted
Statistics Ph.D: 
Withdrawn: UMD, UNC (STOR), Temple
Accepted: South Carolina (ATTENDING!), Florida State, Virginia
Waitlisted: Michigan, Virginia (then admitted)
Rejected: NCSU, George Mason, UConn, PSU, OSU, GW, Virginia Tech
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Undergrad Institution: Large public school (top 150).
Major(s): Math with concentration in stats

GPA: 4.0/4.0
Type of Student: Domestic White Male

GRE General Test:
168 (94%)
V: 167 (98%)
W: 5.0 (92%)
GRE Subject Test in Mathematics:
Did not take
Programs Applying: Stats PhD and a few Biostats PhD
Research Experience: Senior capstone project in statistics adjacent part of game theory. No publications
Awards/Honors/Recognitions: Honors college, national merit scholar, grade related awards
Pertinent Activities or Jobs: Internship doing data science type work at insurance company
Letters of Recommendation: One from real analysis/diffeq professor, one from numerical analysis professor, one from stochastic processes professor. I think they were all fairly strong.
Math/Statistics Grades: 

Calc I/II/III(A+), Linear Algebra (A+), DiffEq (A) , Real Analysis I/II (A+/A), Abstract Algebra I (A+), Numerical Analysis (A+), Data Analysis (A), Probability (A+), Mathematical Stats (A), Stochastic Processes (A+) , Topology (A+), Complex Variables (A+), various CS/Econ classes

Applying to Where:
NC State- Stats PhD/ Waitlisted on 1/29/ Admitted on 4/6 /Declined
Wisconsin- Stats PhD/ Admitted on 2/22 / Declined
Texas A&M- Stats PhD/ Admitted on 1/23 / Attending
Minnesota - Stats PhD / Admitted on 2/11 / Declined
Iowa State - Stats PhD / Admitted on 3/6 / Declined
Florida - Stats PhD / Admitted on 1/24 / Declined
Emory - Biostats PhD / Rejected (possibly because one of my letters never got submitted here -- not sure)
UC Santa Cruz - Stats PhD / Admitted / Declined
Medical College of Wisconsin - Biostats PhD / Interview / Admitted / Declined

I was pretty surprised to get in everywhere to be honest, but obviously very happy. In hindsight, I would have added a few reaches and done a few less safeties. But going in, it's hard to know exactly where you stand especially with some variance involved with letters.

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Undergrad Institution: Top 30 Liberal Arts College
Major: Mathematics
Concentration: Scientific Computing
GPA: 3.91
Type of Student: Domestic Mixed-Race Male

GRE General Test:
 167 (98%)
V: 168 (94%)
W: 4.0 (59%)
GRE Subject Test in Mathematics: N/A
Programs Applying: Statistics/Applied Math
Research Experience: 
 - REU in combinatorial mathematics: presented at JMM, won a poster presentation award, resulted in publication
 - REU in gravitational physics: worked in a lab in Paris doing some experiments and analysis on a table top simulator for LISA mission.
Awards/Honors/Recognitions: A fair number of awards and scholarships in undergrad.
Pertinent Activities or Jobs: Lead tutor for Calculus I-III for a few years. Software engineer for a number of years now.
Letters of Recommendation: All three from the math department, and very likely strong letters.
Math/Statistics Grades: Calculus I-III (A), Intro Statistics (A), Linear Algebra I-II (A), Abstract Algebra I-II (A), Number Theory Seminar (A), Mathematical Logic Seminar (A), Complex Functions (A), Real Analysis I (A).
Any Miscellaneous Points that Might Help: Software dev job experience; no stats background. 

Applying to Where:

Caltech - Computing & Mathematical Sciences PhD / Rejected
U Washington - Applied Math PhD / Rejected (accepted to masters unfunded)
U Washington - Math MS / Admitted
Carnegie Mellon - Stat PhD / Rejected
Duke - Stat PhD / Rejected
UNC Chapel Hill - Stat PhD / Rejected
UT Austin - Stat PhD / Rejected
U Washington - Stat PhD / Admitted
NC State - Stat PhD / Admitted
UCLA - Stat PhD / Admitted
UC Irvine - Stat PhD / Admitted
U Florida - Stat PhD / Admitted
I really had no clue what to target when I started the process of finding programs. This forum was incredibly helpful in finding a good spread of safety-target-reach schools. I was rejected/accepted by exactly half/half of the programs I applied to, which seems like a good result.
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Undergrad Institution: Large State University, R1 Research Institution
Major(s): Mathematics and Biology
Minor(s): Statistics

GPA: 3.37
Type of Student: Domestic Male
GRE General Test:
 166 (90%)
V: 160 (86%)
W: 4 (59%)
Programs Applying: Statistics PhD/ Masters
Research Experience: Four years of plant biology research through my undergraduate institution
Awards/Honors/Recognitions: Summer Research Funding through my university, National Conference poster presentation
Pertinent Activities or Jobs: Calculus II SI leader one year, mathematics and statistics tutoring for one year
Letters of Recommendation: PI in biology research, head of universities undergraduate research office, and accomplished statistics professor
Math/Statistics Grades:  
Numerical Methods for Mathematics and Statistics (A),
Linear Algebra (A), Biometry (A), Theory of Probability (A), Theory of Statistics (B),
Data Analysis (B), Complex Variables (A), Real Analysis (B), Deterministic Mathematical
Modeling (A), Numerical Analysis (A), Introductory Design and Analysis (A)

Any Miscellaneous Points that Might Help: (Such as connections, grad classes, etc...)

Applying to Where: 
School - Wisconsin PhD, MS Rejected
School - Rutgers PhD, Rejected
School - The Ohio State University PhD, Rejected

School - UVA PhD, Rejected from Waitlist
School - UMBC PhD, Rejected but accepted for MS. Turned down due to lack of funding, program does not accept students into PhD program without Masters
School - UMass PhD, MS, rejected but accepted to satellite campus, turned down due to lack of funding

School - Stevens Institute MS (mathematics), accepted with partial funding, declined offer
School - Bowling Green State University, MS (Applied Statistics), generous financial offer, turned down. 
School - Wake Forest, MA, partial scholarship and opportunity to tutor, attending!!

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Undergrad Institution: Private liberal arts
Major(s): Mathematics, Philosophy
Minor(s): Actuarial Science
GPA: 3.9

Type of Student: Domestic female

GRE General Test:
V: 166
W: 4.5 
GRE Subject Test in Mathematics:
Didn't take

TOEFL Score: n/a
Programs Applying: Statistics Ph.D.
Research Experience: nothing really
Awards/Honors/Recognitions: Phi Beta Kappa, math departmental award, national honor society scholarship, university scholarship
Pertinent Activities or Jobs: Math tutor/volunteer, interned as statistician at government agency 
Letters of Recommendation: Chair of the math department, two other math professors. None are very well known but they all knew me very well because we have a small department. 
Math/Statistics Grades:  Calc I, II, II (A), Real Analysis (A), Linear Algebra (A), Probability and Statistics (A), Statistics for Engineers (A), Abstract Algebra I, II (A-), Statistical Inference (graduate level) (A), Econometrics (A-), Differential Equations (A), Intro Proofs Class (A), Complex Analysis (in progress), Financial Mathematics (in progress)

Applying to Where: (Color use here is welcome)
NCSU- Ph.D. Statistics/Admitted 
UNC Chapel Hill - Ph.D. Statistics/Admitted
Duke - Ph.D. Statistics/Rejected
Texas A&M- Ph.D. Statistics/ Haven't heard back, assuming rejection
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