UMichigan Posted April 5, 2023 Share Posted April 5, 2023 (edited) I am currently in the process of preparing my application for a PhD program in Statistics for Fall 2024. As I am actively seeking ways to enhance my profile, I would greatly appreciate your advice on how to make the most of this opportunity. Additionally, I would be grateful for any suggestions on potential schools that would fall within my safe zone for admission. Below is my profile: Undergrad Institution: Top 100 State School (Top 60-70 mathematics)Major(s): BS Mathematics Minor(s): NoneGPA: 3.79 Type of Student: International male Asian Programs Applying: phD Statistics/Biostatistics Research Experience: - RA for a phD Economics student - One project on regression analysis - One project on statistical learning - Working on a literature review of a topic in Probability Theory - Working on a applied statistics with my professor (Applied Statistics in ML)Awards/Honors/Recognitions: - Honor Computer Science Society (I previously doubled major in Math and Computer Science) - A department scholarship - Complete departmental honor thesis in next semester - Dean's list every semester - Top 3 in a math department competition - First-place in a state math competitionPertinent Activities or Jobs: - 1 semester grading Pre-Cal, Cal 1, linear algebra, Intro to modern algebra (upper division) , advanced linear algebra (upper division), intermediate analysis (upper division) - 3 semesters grading Differential Equations - 2 semesters tutoring Cal 1/2/3, statistics for non-major Letters of Recommendation: I am thinking of my professor/advisor for departmental honor project, a professor who teaches me in probability theory and statistics theory, an a professor teaches me in real analysis Math/Statistics Grades: Lower division: - Cal 1/2/3 A's - linear algebra A - applied differential equations A Upper division: - Intro to modern algebra A - Advanced Linear Algebra B+ - Statistical Data Science B - Regression Analysis A - Time series (processing) - A research reading class A Grad course: - Probability Theory B+ - Real Analysis I A- - Real Analysis II (processing) - Statistics Theory (processing) Computer Science: - Programming 1/2 A's - Digital Logic design A - Language Paradigms A - Artificial Intelligence (processing) - Software Engineering BOther: - Took a paper reading class for phD student in Statistics - Will take 2-3 courses of grad level course next semester in stochastic process or linear algebra Thank you so much for your attention to this matter! Edited April 5, 2023 by UMichigan Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...

UMichigan Posted April 5, 2023 Author Share Posted April 5, 2023 Thank you so much, Dr.B. As you know, choosing schools which fit to our profile and expectation is always challenging :(( Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...

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