thesebrokenwings Posted December 18, 2013 Share Posted December 18, 2013 Hi, I'm a third year undergraduate in Canada studying in a bio/health-related field and doing a minor in mathematics. I'm looking to see how competitive I am (or will be) and what I can do to improve my application for the upcoming year. School: Pretty well-known University in Canada for the Health Sciences; it's ranked within the top 100 on the TIME University rankings. GPA: 3.97 in first and second year; 4.0 in math Math courses taken: Calculus I, II, Advanced Calc I, Linear Algebra I, II, Intro to Stats, and Real Analysis. I'm planning on taking topology and complex analysis next term. GRE: I'm planning on writing in the summer of 2014 (is that a good time to write it?) Should I write the math GRE too? Research: I have had two research projects so far, my first in mathematical modelling and the second in bioinformatics. No publications so far. How competitive will I be to get into the top Biostats program in the States? (ie, Harvard, Johns Hopkins, Berkeley, UCLA, Columbia, etc.) Thank you! Any input and constructive comments are appreciated. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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