jswizzle48 Posted June 2, 2017 Share Posted June 2, 2017 Hey guys I appreciate you looking at my post. Is my profile competitive enough? Undergrad Institution: Top 25 statistics undergraduate school (known for grade deflation)Major(s): Actuarial Science and Statistics with HonorsMinor(s): GPA: 3.54, Major GPA: 3.7 - I was an athlete my freshman year; I averaged a 3.7 over my last two years Type of Student: Domestic, Male, AsianGRE General Test: Q: 168(95%)V: 156 (72%)W: 4.0 (59%)GRE Subject Test in Mathematics: M: N/A Programs Applying: Masters/PhD in Applied Statistics/Statistics Research Experience: Statistics Research: worked on an economic scenario generation model with a professor in the statistics department, created Monte Carlo simulation from scratch to predict stock prices; Political Science research: various research - not statistics related, except for a part where I modeled a process in Python: paper is in the works and will be published next spring; Independent research project to complete honors curriculum Awards/Honors/Recognitions: Presidential Scholarship, Excellence in Mathematics Award, Outstanding Citizenship Award, college-specific scholarship Pertinent Activities or Jobs: Actuarial Intern with two major insurance companies, Internship with Brown University, Resident Assistant in Residence Halls, President of Actuarial Science Club, other sales associate jobs while in college Letters of Recommendation: 2 letters of recommendation from statistics teachers (both decently known - but, they know me very well) and 1 from Political Science Professor Any Miscellaneous Points that Might Help: Passed two actuarial exams (FM and P) Statistic Courses: Intro to Stats (A-), Probability Theory (A-), Statistical Theory (A), Time Series & Linear Regression (taking this fall) Applying to Where: Columbia University Masters of Arts in Statistics University of Michigan Masters of Arts in Applied Statistics Notre Dame Masters of Arts in Applied Statistics UCLA Masters of Arts in Applied Statistics Georgia Tech Masters of Arts in Statistics UNC-Chapel Hill Masters of Arts in Statistics Duke University Masters of Arts in Statistics UCSB PhD in Statistics/Masters in Statistics UC-Irvine PhD in Statistics/Masters in Statistics University of Pittsburgh PhD in Statistics/Masters in Statistics CMU Masters in Statistics Syracuse University Masters of Arts in Applied Statistics Villanova University Masters of Arts in Applied Statistics UIUC PhD in Statistics University of Chicago Masters of Arts in Statistics Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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