coffee_7 Posted April 24, 2021 Share Posted April 24, 2021 (edited) Hi all! A few things have changed about my profile, and I'm interested in any more opinions about whether I am in over my head here. Thanks! Undergrad Institution: top 20 liberal arts schoolMajor(s): Statistics/Data ScienceGPA: 4.0 Type of Student: domestic white femaleHaven't taken the GRE but on the official PowerPrep: Q: 167 V: 168 Coursework (completed) Linear algebra (A), calc II (A), research design (a stats course, A), multiple regression (A), intro data science (A), intro computer science (A), intro statistics in psychology (A), Spring 2021: Calc III (likely A, maybe A-), discrete math (likely A), data vis and programming course in R (unsure) Future coursework Fall 2021: real analysis, probability, data science course Spring 2022: mathematical statistics, advanced calculus Research experience Will have had 2.5 years of research experience with public health group doing quantitative research; I have one first-author publication in a non-undergraduate journal (maybe will have a second non-first author pub, but it would be in qualitative work, and it's still in writing), two first author conference poster/presentations; one REU doing qualitative research sponsored by NIH-affiliated entity; this summer, I'm doing what I think is a very prestigious REU at a top US cancer hospital in their epidemiology and biostatistics department, working with an epidemiologist doing Mendelian randomization Skills Pretty solid in R, some Python Awards/Honors/Recognitions Dean's list (all semesters), award for high first year GPA, merit scholarship with research included at school Work experience Data science job in this spring collaborating with a local public health organization, TA-ed intro statistics in psychology for a year, might TA intro biology in the fall Letters of recommendation Still TBD, but probably would have two really excellent ones from research advisors and one solid LOR from a stats professor Schools Biostatistics PhD: Harvard (I know), Hopkins (I know), Minnesota, Columbia, Penn, Duke, Vanderbilt, BU, Pitt, Florida, Rochester, Colorado, and UMass Thank you!! Edited April 24, 2021 by coffee_7 wrote "2020" instead of "2022" Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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