ademir50 Posted August 1, 2017 Share Posted August 1, 2017 (edited) Hi, I know everybody hates profile evaluation threads but because of my unusual stats, I don't know which school is reach or safety to me. What do you think about my chances? Are there any schools that you consider applying as a waste of money for me? I am open to any suggestions. Thank you. Undergrad: Foreign (Top 10 in Eastern Europe and Central Asia) Major: Mathematics GPA: 2.8 (6th out of 50) Masters: The Same Institution Major: Mathematics GPA: 3.4 Type of Student: International male GRE: Going to take next week. Expecting V:150, Q:170, AW:3MGRE: Going to take in September. Expecting at least 840 (85%)IELTS: 7,5/9 (L8, R8, W7, S7) Program Applying: PhD in Mathematics with Probability Concentration Research Experience: An undergrad thesis, a master's thesis and an independent study (preprint)Awards/Honors/Recognitions: National scholarshipPertinent Activities or Jobs: TA (2 years), Tutor (1 year)Any Miscellaneous Points that Might Help: 30 something Math courses, 10 of which are grad. Any Other Info That Shows Up On Your App and Might Hurt: I know my uGPA is killing me but it is because of the grading policy of my institution and my professors will mention this in their LoR. Applying to Where: Ohio State University Michigan State University University of Arizona Arizona State University Washington University in St. Louis University of Oregon University of Pittsburgh North Carolina State University Tulane University Louisiana State University SUNY Binghamton SUNY Buffalo Syracuse University Worcester Polytechnic Institute Lehigh University University of Kentucky University of Oklahoma University of Tennessee University of Louisville St. Louis University University of Houston University of New Mexico University of Louisiana University of Central Florida Florida Atlantic University Edited August 1, 2017 by ademir50 dontknowwhattocallmyself 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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