Lp_space Posted June 23, 2019 Share Posted June 23, 2019 I am a junior year student in one of the top 10 universities in the US and I am planning on applying to Statistics PhD for 2021 entry. I am looking for your advice to further strengthen my profile. Currently I have taken linear algebra, the undergraduate real analysis sequences and the mathematical statistics sequences. Next year, I have the option to take more upper-division math courses such as abstract algebra, complex analysis and geometry. I also have the option to take the graduate mathematical statistics sequences and possibly some other stat courses like GLM and stochastic processes. For the purpose of admission, which option looks better? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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