Do I have a chance at an MSc or MA Economics Program with my profile?
I'm currently a senior undergraduate student at a top 50 university who plans on taking a year off to work before I apply to graduate school. I'm interested in first pursuing a masters program in economics ideally pursuing a PhD afterwards. I am not applying directly to a PhD program because I don't think I am competative enough as it stands. Having started as an International Affaris major I was late to start a math sequence and pushed through the courses in order to attain a BS in Economics from my institution. Now I'm uncertain if I could be competative enough for a non-terminal master program here in the U.S or the U.K.
My undergraduate GPA is 3.3 as a dobule major in International Affairs and Economics.
I've taken Calc I-III but performed at C level in them however am receiving an A in Linear Algebra half way into the semester.
Practice GRE's are placing me consistently at a 168 Q and 163 V and this is with only about a couple weeks of studying.
It looks like I will have 2 solid letters of recommendation from two economics professors at my university, one of whom is my thesis advisor who is fairly well known.
I'm simply worried that my poor performance has hindered any opportunity of me getting into a solid masters program. Does anyone have any thoughts or advice on where perhaps to apply? I'm also open to retaking calc II-III to bolster my application if need be.