Kevin Yeom Posted November 21, 2015 Share Posted November 21, 2015 It's time of application season, and I am having hard time deciding which schools to apply to As a notification, I am an international student studying in US institution Current School: University of Pennsylvania Major: Mathematical Economics Major GPA: 3.75 Overall GPA: 3.5 Relative Coursework: Advanced Econometrics, Mathematical Statistics, Real Analysis, Data Computation Analysis, Abstract Algebra, Mathematics in Finance, Optimization Undergraduate level Mathematical statistics -- B- , Graduate level Mathematical statistics -- A First part of graduate level real analysis -- B- , Second part of graduate level real analysis -- A+ Programming Language: R (very strong), Python (strong) Research Experience: worked with Wharton professors for 2 consecutive years but the works are not really relevant to statistics Letters of Recommendation: going to ask one mathematics professor (real analysis course) in which I got A+ and two statistics professors one, but all of them do not know me well. I am going to present myself to them in the coming week For personal reasons, I really want to go to MAS in Penn State. Other schools that I am looking for are U Pitt, Case Western, Carnegie Mellon MSP, and Rutgers Any thoughts on how I should decide which schools to apply for? Any comment will be really appreciated. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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