Ruby Posted October 14, 2010 Share Posted October 14, 2010 Hello all! First post here! Did a lot of career soul searching and am now really adamant on pursuing a masters in math. I'd love to get some insight on what exactly I'm up against based on my background. Any feedback would be really appreciated! Living in NYC. Attended a public university for my BBA. Majored in Finance, minored in Economics. Graduated May 2009 with a GPA of 3.65. Worked at a prominent hedge fund for about 1.5 years doing trade support. Currently at a research firm doing credit and debt analysis. Took CFA I in June of this year, passed and now registered for CFA II. I took just one calculus course in undergrad. It was my first semester there and my 18 yr old lazy self did miserably: C+. Id really love to attend the NYU program here. Do I have a chance? Would I need any prerequisite classes? Again, any information would be a great help! Thanks!!! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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