junil89 Posted August 7, 2013 Share Posted August 7, 2013 Hello, I graduated from college about a year ago and I plan to apply to SIPA for the upcoming spring enrollment (2014). I think SIPA focuses more on quantitative background compared to other IR grad schools and it requires its prospective students to write a Quantitative Resume I am not sure whether my quantitative background is strong enough so I would really appreciate it if you can tell me whether it looks good enough or not. Undergraduate - Microeconomics B - Macroeconomics B+ - Fundamental International Economics B - Sustainable Development (Heavily focused on economics) A- - Internet/Web Technology (Computer Programming) A- Highschool - Precalculus (Honors) B+ - A.P Statistics 3/5 Professional Experience - Data Analysis/Presentation (Internship in Spain) If this does not look good enough, I am going to take an extra course this summer. I think they also want students to have taken a undergraduate level calculus but I do not have that but I am hoping that this is good enough. Oh, BTW, I have 168 Quant. score on GRE; I wonder if it helps. So if anybody know anything about SIPA quantitative resume, please comment! I would really appreciate it! Thank you! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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