biostatgy2 Posted March 12, 2021 Share Posted March 12, 2021 Thanks for reading this. I will be attending a Top 3 biostat master program next fall, and I want to seek for advice on how to become a competitive applicant for phd program in stat/biostat 2 years later, especially as an international student. FYI, I graduated from a top flagship state university with a major in statistics&computer science. I also have a minor in math but most math course I took are not proof-based and I only took one elementary analysis class (A+ grade). I also have done several research projects but do not have any publications. Specifically, I want to know given my background, should I prioritize taking more advanced proof math/analysis/probability class, or focusing more on doing research and possibly making some publications during my master study? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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