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Hi there!

I am hoping to get some advice regarding where I stand as an applicant for a MS in Biostats. I graduated a few years ago with a BA in Biology and Environmental Studies with a 3.52 GPA. Since then, I have been working to meet the prerequisites for graduate programs by taking Intro to Stats (though I did take a Biostats course in college too) and all three Calculus courses. So far, I earned A's in all of them. I will be starting Linear Algebra this semester as well. I have also been working as a lab specialist in the medical field for the past year in hopes that some research experience might provide a beneficial perspective. However, I am not a huge fan of the job and hope to switch to something that allows me to work with any sort of data. I am not really sure what tier of schools I might be able to get into, so am reaching out for some recommendations! Any other suggestions for improving my strength as an applicant will be greatly appreciated :)

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