Superina Posted November 13, 2015 Share Posted November 13, 2015 Hi, fellow graduate school applicants: Can someone please tell me I'm not the only one who is totally confused and lack any degree of certainty whether I'll be admitted to any school of my choosing? Ok, first of all, how many programs do you guys plan to apply? I'm thinking of 7. I think that's a respectful amount of schools to make sure I'll have at least one "yes" Also, is there a place to check a certain program's class profile/admission statistics? All I can find online is some pretty general statement, nothing specially indicates the average GPA/GRE/Work Exp of the already-in students. Lastly, herein below is my profile. What schools do you guys think are within my league? I just submitted applications to Columbia and NYU Steinhardt, but I don't know any other reputable program in Statistics. Please, any of your suggestion is highly welcomed! Oh, almost forget to add: I'm international. Although I have enough funding, will simply the fact that I'm international affects my chances? Bachelor Degree: B.A in Economics, Class of 2015 Undergraduate School: Fordham University GPA:3.57 GRE Quant: 163 Verbal: 160 Internship: 2 but totally unrelated to Statistics Group Projects: college-level Investment Pitch Competition 2nd runner-up; hypothetical M&A project in Corporate Finance class Research Experience: none Work Experience: 6 months as executive assistant in a sports ticket agency. Thanks Everyone! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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