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Hi all,

I'm an American student applying to the University of Nottingham and Warwick Biomath MSc programs. As I conjure up the statement of purpose, is it any different than American schools? Any tips, suggestions regarding the application process?

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Sorry, I don't have any tips about that.

But I've seen your posts around here and I know you've been a little down on your luck with applying to Biostat/Biomath programs. Have you officially heard back from every school yet? I'm curious as to how many schools you applied to and which schools they were?

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Rejected from every school but haven't heard from NCSU yet.

The thing is, my grades suffer because I have too much responsibilities here that I don't deserve or want to have. When I'm independent, my grades, lifestyle exponentially improves ...but you can't write that in a SOP. If you did, I'm sure the reader will get a hmph! out of it. And a with a low GRE q score of 158 (you think I should take it again? I'm really looking at taking GRE math courses because studying on my own has only made me more paranoid with my habits.

If I don't get in this fall, I'm applying for Spring in Applied Math.

Otherwise, awaiting tips on University of Nottingham/Warwick here.

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Yes, I think you should take the GRE again. Have you taken the Subject GRE? That seems like too low a score to apply to math-based programs with.

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Thanks emm, did you study on your own or take a GRE class?

Also, I haven't taken the Subject GRE. I think I should start searching for classes for that too.

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