statdream Posted October 15, 2017 Share Posted October 15, 2017 I am really eager to do a PhD Statistics. But I am even not sure if I my application would fit any program. I got my Masters in Statistics at one of Cal State schools this summer, my bachelor's was in economics, but I received it a long time ago in Central Asia. Between these periods, I did MBA at a very small school in Oakland, then I also did some doctorate at that school but quit that since it was even not worth it finishing. I would really appreciate an honest evaluation so that I need to decide whether I am encouraged to start any application. Math Courses: Calculus of year long from my bachelors. It fits any Calculus 1 and 2 here in the US. Statistics courses in my Masters: Probability Theory (A), Advanced Statistical Inference (A), Statistical Theory (A-), Analysis of Variance (A-), Theory and Application of Regression (A), Mathematical Statistics (A) ( Two quarters), SAS programming (A), R Programming (B), Data visualization (A), Database Architecture (B-) ( I regret taking this unnecessary class out of statistics) GPA in my Masters of Stat : 3.758 ( That Database class really hurt me, no idea why I took it) Recent GRA : Q - 167, V-154, W- 3 ( I need to retake it to boost both verbal and writing, but since I am international I am not sure if I can boost my verbal, but I can do better in writing.) School lists: I have not idea because my professors are telling me that most good schools look for real analysis class in my transcripts, so this is holding me from applying. I would really appreciate your evaluation. Thank you. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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