cicada2014 Posted December 24, 2013 Share Posted December 24, 2013 Hi, I am in a MS in Math program at a well-known university. My undergrad was in Electrical Engineering and wanted to brush up on my math background during the MS program in preparation from Phd programs in Statistics/Computer Science. I enrolled in a graduate-level course called "Introduction to Mathematical Analysis", thinking it would be a good introduction to analysis for people with little background in mathematics. Unfortunately, I was way in over my head. There were some math PhD's taking the class, and the class was curved to a B. I actually did slightly below the class average (which I was proud of, since my math background essentially stopped at undergrad Calculus), and ended up with a B-. I know good Stats programs will really look at your upper-level math classes. How much will the above detract from my application? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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