mf161 Posted October 21, 2013 Share Posted October 21, 2013 (edited) Hi everybody! I'm interested in applying to a graduate program for a masters in biostatistics and wanted a few opinions on whether or not I am prepared. Below is my profile: Undergrad GPA: 3.8X Undergrad degree: BA, not in Statistics Relevant courses (grade in parentheses): 1. Differential Calculus (A) 2. Integral Calculus (A) 3. Multivariate Calculus (A-) 4. Differential Equations (A) 5. Linear Algebra (A) --I think this would fit the criteria for an introductory course 7. Introduction to Statistics (A-) 6. Probability Theory with Calculus (A) 7. Introduction to Applied Statistics (currently taking, I expect to get an A in the course; this is a graduate level course) GRE scores: 162 Q 5.0 Analytic Writing Noteworthy skills and other: -SQL (basic, but I am learning more every day) -Minitab (same as SQL) Thank you for your assistance! Edited February 16, 2014 by fuzzylogician edited for privacy at OP's request Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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