Extroram Posted March 24, 2017 Share Posted March 24, 2017 (edited) Hey everyone, I'm here for some advice about applying to Stats MS programs next year. School: Top 5 Public Cumulative GPA: 3.70 Major: Mathematics Math Courses: Single Variable Calculus (A), Multivariable Calculus (B), Intro Linear Algebra (B+), Intro Differential Equations (A), Linear Algebra I (B-), Linear Algebra II (A-), Ordinary Differential Equations (C+), Real Analysis I (B+), Real Analysis II (A), Complex Analysis (B), Partial Differential Equations (A-), Optimization (A) Statistics Courses: Intro Statistics (A+), Statistical Programming (A-), Mathematical Statistics (B-), Probability Theory (A), Regression Analysis (A), Experiment Design (A-), Intro Computational Statistics (A), Linear Models (A), Statistical Modeling (B+) GRE: 169 V / 170 Q / 5 AW Letters: 2 Stats Profs (1 probably lukewarm, other great), 1 Math Prof (great, from my Real Analysis II Class). Should I address the C+ in ODEs? Honestly, I have no reasons other than I didn't understand the material well and I didn't have enough time to fully prepare for my final, which I likewise did poorly on. Is that all I need to say? I'd hope my grades in Real Analysis would be a good indicator of my ability for grad courses. Should I try to take the Math GRE and do well on it? Would I get any bonus for that? Also, what range of MS programs can I be competitive for? Top 10? Top 20? Thanks in advance! Edited March 24, 2017 by Extroram Forgot some classes + Extra Question Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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