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    Roll Call 2012

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    I think its time to start the Roll Call for 2012. After reading last year's roll call introduction, it seems as though it is easiest for untitled to scrape the profiles for analysis if all three sections of the GRE are reported here, and the GPA is reported as first on a 4-point scale, and then in your native scale. So, let's get it going, here's the template.

    EDIT: Also, let's do our best to keep this thread clean of everything except profiles.

    PROFILE:
    Type of Undergrad:

    Undergrad GPA:
    Type of Grad:
    Grad GPA:
    GRE:
    Math Courses:
    Econ Courses (grad-level):
    Econ Courses (undergrad-level):
    Other Courses:
    Letters of Recommendation:
    Research Experience:
    Teaching Experience:
    Research Interests:
    SOP:
    Concerns:
    Other:
    Applying to:
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    PROFILE:
    Type of Undergrad: Dual Major in Economics/Mathematics from Top 10ish LAC (Claremont McKenna). Transfer from a top public after one year, Summer Coursework at an ivy, top 15 national university, and another top public.
    Undergrad GPA: 3.85 (Math: 3.90, Economics: 3.85)
    Type of Grad: N/A
    Grad GPA: N/A
    GRE: Q:780 V:570 AWA:6.0 (second attempt)
    Math Courses: Calculus I (A+), Calculus II (B+), Calculus III (A), Linear Algebra (A), Differential Equations (A-), Introduction to Analysis (A), Analysis & Optimization (A), Probability (Fall 2011), Principles of Real Analysis I (Fall 2011)
    Econ Courses (grad-level): Advanced Microeconomics I (A), Advanced Microeconomics II (A): The first semester course used MWG and covered consumer theory/producer theory/GE topics. The second semester course used half the class to cover Gibbons' Game Theory, and the second half covered Contract Theory using Bolton and Dewatripont, as well as Berkeley lecture notes. Both were Ph.D. level courses.
    Econ Courses (undergrad-level): Principles of Microeconomics (A), Principles of Macroeconomics (A), Experimental Economics (B+), Intermediate Microeconomics (A-), Intermediate Macroeconomics (A-), Economics Statistics (A), Econometrics (A-), International Trade (A),
    Other Courses: Not sure what to say here, but I took a year of Chinese (A/A), and a Philosophy Seminar/Tutorial double course (A-/A-)
    Letters of Recommendation:
    1. Adviser. TA'd his UG Advanced Microeconomics class. I will be doing my thesis under him and have spent this summer working on a research project for him.
    2. Advanced Microeconomics I-II Professor. Took both my Ph.D. Micro classes and have discussed my graduate school plans with him.
    3. Econ Stats Professor. I have discussed my plans with him extensively and did well in his class.
    The first two letters should be very good, and the third should be at least solid. All have been very willing to help, and all have received Ph.Ds from top programs.
    Research Experience: Summer research project in Health Economics for adviser. Will continue this project as my senior thesis. The plan is to submit as a co-author.
    Teaching Experience: TA'd undergraduate Advanced Microeconomics.
    Research Interests: Micro Theory, International Trade, Applied Micro (very open)
    SOP: I haven't written in yet, but will be good.
    Concerns: Typical concerns of a liberal arts applicant. Not really sure what to think or expect.
    Other: Again, not really sure what to put here. Unlikely it's relevant, but President of Model UN for two years, and lots of Model UN awards.
    Applying to: Still to be finalized, but I plan to apply to all of the top 20, a couple programs outside the top 20, and LSE MsC EME. I will also apply to a couple b-schools. (Will edit once finalized).

    Best of luck to everyone! Will be quite a ride.
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    PROFILE:
    Type of Undergrad:
    Top 35 Undergraduate Institution
    Undergrad GPA: 3.75 (3.90 Math, 3.95 Econ)
    Type of Grad: NA
    Grad GPA: NA
    GRE: Q 800 V 510 AWA 4.5 (1st try) , Q 800 V 650 AWA 4.5 (2nd try)
    Math Courses: Calc I-III (A-,A,A), Linear Algebra (B+), Diff Eqs. (A), Probability (A), Mathematical Statistics (A+), Intro. to Proofs (A), Intro. to Real Analysis (A+), PhD-Level Real Analysis (Fall 2011)
    Econ Courses (grad-level): PhD Econometrics II (Fall 2011)
    Econ Courses (undergrad-level): Intro (A), Micro/Macro (A,A), Intro. to Stats (A-), Econometrics (A), Labor Economics (A), Global Economics (A), Economy of China (A)
    Other Courses: A bunch of law, psychology, philosophy, random
    Letters of Recommendation: One from MIT PhD, well published in top journals - should be extremely strong. One from Harvard PhD - Took two courses and got A's, spoke about thesis ideas and graduate school, should be good. Final one is unsure, but hopefully from future thesis advisor. Otherwise, last will be from Mathematics Professor, took two courses, A and A+.
    Research Experience: 1 Year RA for Professor, added in as coauthor, Thesis
    Teaching Experience: TA for Statistics for Economics
    Research Interests: Labor Economics, Econometrics (very unsure)
    SOP: Almost done, fairly standard
    Concerns: No PhD Micro/Micro
    Other:
    Applying to: All top 20, plus NSF. Will also apply to top Canadian MA's (Queen's, UofT, UBC)

    Good luck to everyone!
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    Talking

    PROFILE:
    Type of Undergrad:
    Double major: Math/Econ from a large state school -- top 100 econ.
    Undergrad GPA: 3.9 (4.0 Math/Econ)
    Type of Grad: N/A
    Grad GPA: N/A
    GRE: Q: 800 V: 500 AWA: 4.5
    Math Courses: Calc I-III (A, A+, A+), Intro. to Proofs (A), Linear Algebra (A), Numerical Methods (A), Diff. Eqs (A), Intermediate Stat. Methods (A), Real Analysis (Fall 2011), Topology (Fall 2011), Probability Theory (Fall 2011).
    Econ Courses (grad-level): Public II (Audit), Math-Econ (A-), Econometric Theory (A), Micro Theory (Fall 2011), Monetary (Fall 2011) -- all PhD level.
    Econ Courses (undergrad-level): Econ Stats (A), The Econ System (A), Principles Micro (A), Principles Macro (A), Intermediate Micro (A+), Intermediate Macro (A+), Regional Econ (A+), American Econ History (A).
    Other Courses: Symbolic Logic (A).
    Letters of Recommendation:
    1. PhD MIT, professor at top 5. I have been his RA for a year -- should be extremely strong.
    2. PhD MIT (Math-- specialized in game theory). He is my math thesis advisor and I have taken one class with him -- should be very solid.
    3. PhD at a Top 100. He was my PhD math econ and PhD econometric theory professor -- should be very strong.
    Research Experience: RA for >3 years. Finishing my math thesis in game theory now.
    Teaching Experience: TA for a principles course. Tutor in math and economics for over a year.
    Research Interests: Monetary, macro theory, mechanism design.
    SOP: Haven't started yet - will be pretty standard.
    Concerns: Strength of undergrad institution, I got a B in trig. my freshman year (doesn't count towards math major GPA), and a B in an intro physics my soph. year.
    Other:
    Applying to: Harvard and HBS; MIT; Stanford and GSB; Chicago and Booth; Princeton; UC Berkeley; Yale; Columbia; NYU and Stern; Northwestern; Penn; UCSD; Michigan; Boston Univ.; UCLA; Minnesota.; plus NSF.

    Best of luck to everyone -- but not too much.

    Fingers Crossed!
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    PROFILE:
    Type of Undergrad:
    BS Management with a major in Economics with and minor in math not very well recognized state school with no PhD program
    Undergrad GPA:
    3.83/4.0
    Type of Grad:
    NA
    Grad GPA:
    NA
    GRE: Q800/V700/Awa 5.5
    Math Courses: Calc I and II, Multivariate calculus (Calc III), calculus for business and economics, linear algebra, differential equations, Intoduction to abstract math (Proof based class which is a pre-requisite for real analysis), Discrete mathematics, and Mathematics for economists. All As except for calculus for business on which I have A-. The mathematics for economists was a class I took with the Economics head department on which he gave some brief inside about kuhn-tucker, implicit function, separating hyperplane, fixed point, envelope theorem which he told me are some basic things covered in grad school.
    Econ Courses: Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Intermediate Microeconomics, Intermediate Macroeconomics, Econometrics, Managerial economics, Money and banking, Environmental economics, Economic theory, Economic forecasting. All As except for Micro on which I got a B and econometrics with a A-
    Other Courses: 2 stat courses, one calculus based and the other not, and a bunch of management class, mainly finance and accounting related
    Letters of Recommendation: 3 economics professors who have not national recognition. 2 of them should be strong and I was a research assistant for one of them during one semester
    Research Experience: Did one semester research assistant for one teacher and also did 2 summer of a research school program, one was with economic variables and the other not so much
    Teaching Experience: None
    Research Interests: Labor economics, monetary policy, industrial organization, and behavioral economics
    SOP: Well, I will be 32 once I start the program and I managed to finish a degree with success and I also took many more classes that I should have, so my SOP should be strong
    Concerns: My university is practically unknown. I am part of the Purdue system, but is a satellite school. I also don't have real analysis under my belt.
    Applying to: A bunch but I am aiming towards Brown, Boston College, Suffolk, Northeastern, UMass and a couple more, I will not apply inside the top 10 though. I know programs are different, but i have to live near Boston

    Good luck to everyone, I hope I can post my admission to any program later on

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    PROFILE:
    Type of Undergrad:
    Omnibus Entry Science at University College Dublin 2003-2006
    1st Year: Computer Science, Pass Maths, Geology, Mathematical Physics
    2nd Year: Pass Maths, Statistics, Computer Science
    3rd Year: 8x Statistics, 2x Maths
    Undergrad GPA:
    42.8% (3rd Year)
    Type of Grad:
    Higher Diploma in Statistics at University College Dublin 2007-2008
    MA Qualifier in Economics at University College Dublin 2010-2011
    MA in Economics at University College Dublin 2011-2012
    Grad GPA:
    HDip: 3.08 out of 4.2
    MA Qualifier: 4.17
    MA: No grades yet

    GRE:
    Booked for the 29th of August
    Math Courses:
    1st Science:
    Pass Maths 67.6%
    Mathematical Physics 50% (repeat exam)
    2nd Science:
    Pass Maths 74.2%
    Statistics 57.1%
    3rd Science Maths:
    Graph Theory 66%
    Combinatorial Mathematics 18%
    3rd Science Stats:
    Statistical Theory I Probability 83%
    Survey Sampling 62%
    Statistical Theory II Statistical Inference 45%
    Statistical Theory III Bayesian Statistics and Stochastic Processes 44%
    Statistics and Visualization 40%
    Data Analysis and Statistical Software 40%
    Statistical Methods II 17%
    Statistical Methods I 13%
    Higher Diploma in Statistics:
    Probability Distributions A+
    Survey Sampling A+
    Biostatistics A+
    Linear Models I A
    Statistics and Visualization A-
    Statistical Inference I B+
    Actuarial Statistics I C-
    Design of Experiments D+
    Linear Models II D
    Statistical Inference II D
    Categorical Data Analysis D-
    Actuarial Statistics II E(C) (pass by compensation)
    Econ Courses (grad-level):
    Haven't started yet but these are the courses

    MA in Economics:
    Semester 1:
    Quantitative Techniques
    Research Skills
    Macroeconomics
    Microeconomics
    Econometrics
    Semester 2:
    Presentation Skills
    Welfare Economics and Public Finance
    Advanced Macroeconomics
    Advanced Microeconomics
    Advanced Econometrics
    Summer:
    Dissertation

    Econ Courses (undergrad-level):
    MA Qualifier in Economics:
    Advanced Macroeconomics A+
    Advanced Microeconomics A+
    Applied Econometrics I A+
    Financial Economics A+
    Game Theory A+
    International Monetary Economics A


    Other Courses:
    1st Science:
    Computer Science 88%
    Geology 55.6%
    2nd Science:
    Computer Science 45.6% (repeat exam)

    Letters of Recommendation:
    I was the most participative student in each of my economics modules so I think the letters will be good.
    PhD Georgetown, American(?)
    Lecturer for macro. Stopped me after a lecture and said if I need a reference I should ask him. After that I spotted a misstake in one of his problem set solutions and got 100% on the module, which can only impress more (A+ = 76.67%). Nice guy.
    BA Toulouse, PhD AutÚnoma de Barcelona, French
    Lecturer for micro, MA micro and MA research skills, also director of MA. Asked a question and offered to write a reference if anyone could answer the question correctly, which I did. Really nice person. Got 97.9% in her module.
    Thinking of asking another young lecturer - PhD Oregon, American
    Got 91.5% in his game theory module. Another friendly lecturer.

    Research Experience:
    None
    Teaching Experience:
    Some martial arts teaching experience.

    Research Interests:
    How the money supply (reserves at the central bank and transaction account liabilities of commercial banks) enters circulation (via spending by the CB and spending by the commercial banks) and what would happen if the only entity that could spend additions to the money supply were the government. So, a real-time 100% reserve requirement on transaction accounts and no more central bank operations other than crediting the government's account, something like this.

    Other interest is Modern Monetary Theory.
    SoP:
    Maybe something about how my work could reduce private and government indebtedness? I don't have conventional interestes so I'm worried about how to write a SoP without putting adcomms off.

    Concerns:
    Whether I would get into a better programme if I were to wait till next autumn when I will have all the grades from my masters, a dissertation, and possibly some useful experience lined up for the gap year. I'll turn 29 in March 2012.
    How I'm going to do in the masters, especially the dissertation.
    The writing sections of the GRE - I'm slow to decide exactly how I want to say something and slow at typing.
    My unconventional interests.

    Other:
    I'm Irish. I moved around Europe when I was young. Rome 3 years, Dublin 3 years, The Hague 4 years, Dublin 2 years, Vienna 5 years. That said, I really only know one language (maybe a little bit of German).
    Applying to:
    Not sure, suggestions welcome.
    Thinking about the European University Institute and MIT (because I'd regret it if I didn't even ask).
    My favourite economist - http://bilbo.economicoutlook.net

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    PROFILE:
    Type of Undergrad:
    Math, Econ Double major, Top 10 University
    Undergrad GPA: 3.9 (3.8+ Math, 3.9+ Econ)
    Type of Grad: NA
    Grad GPA: NA
    GRE: Q 800 V 800 AWA 5
    Math Courses: Calc I-III (A+,A+,A), Linear Algebra (A+), ODE (A), PDE(A+) Probability (A-), Grad Computing I-II (A,A), Grad Algebra I (B+), Grad Analysis I-II (B+,B+)
    Econ Courses (grad-level): PhD Econometrics I (Fall 2011), PhD Micro I (Fall 2011)
    Econ Courses (undergrad-level): Intro (A), Micro I-II (A,A), Econometrics (A), Finance (A-)
    Other Courses: nothing special
    Letters of Recommendation:
    1. Research advisor who I did (for entire summer) and will be doing IO stuff with, took undergrad metrics with
    2. Research advisor who I did (summer) and will be doing applied micro stuff with
    3. plan to get one from one of the PhD econ prof next semester
    Research Experience: several projects in math, econ, pubpol, thesis
    Teaching Experience: math TA for 2yrs
    Research Interests: IO, applied micro, metrics, finance (not sure, but really I'm open to everything right now)
    SOP: Almost done, fairly standard
    Concerns: low grades in RA
    Other:
    Applying to: All top 10 Econ+some 10-20, most top 10 finance, a couple MA in econ/stats

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    PROFILE:
    Type of Undergrad:
    BA Economics, English minor -- middling LAC
    Undergrad GPA: 3.6/4.0
    Type of Grad: MS Economics ("transitioned" from the PHD program) -- Top 50 Econ, Public
    Grad GPA: 3.2/4.0
    GRE: 760Q, 540V, 4.5AWA (retaking in September)
    Math Courses: Calc I-III (A, B+, B), Discrete Math (A), Linear Algebra (A-), Intro Stats (A-), Math Stats I-II (C+, B-)
    Econ Courses (grad-level): PHD Micro I-II (B, B), PHD Macro I-II (C+, C+), PHD Econometric Theory I (B), PHD Microeconometrics (A), PHD Env/Resource Econ I-II (A, Audit), PHD Agri Production/Supply (A).
    Econ Courses (undergrad-level): Prin Micro (B), Prin Macro (A), Intermediate Micro (A), Intermediate Macro (A), Environmental Econ (A), Public Finance (A), International Econ (A), Market Experiments (A), Econometrics I (A), Money & Banking (A-).
    Other Courses: Public Policy, Environmental Policy, English
    Letters of Recommendation:
    1 -- excellent; MS thesis co-chair, PHD Env/Res I Prof, very well-published in Env/Res Econ.
    2 -- excellent; MS thesis co-chair, PHD Env/Res II Prof, very well-published in Env/Res Econ.
    3 -- excellent/stellar; UG adviser; UG Prof for 3 courses; served as his TA for Env Econ, Intro to Micro, Market Experiments; publishes 0.2 papers/year.
    (4 -- good/very good; summer RA adviser, very well-published in Env/Res Econ)
    Writers #1 & #2 will stick their necks out for me.
    Research Experience:
    MS Thesis: will be sliced, diced, and submitted at top/mid field journal this fall (co-authored with LOR writers 1 & 2).
    UG Honors Thesis: not all that exciting in retrospect.
    RA work: under LOR writer #4, led to individually authored paper published in conference proceedings.
    Current Employment: light econometric modeling, data-driven consulting work, lots of white papers on energy stuff.
    Working Paper: reduced-form analysis of an environmental topic (shooting for applied/technical field journal, co-authors are engineering/policy folk)
    3 conference presentations.
    Teaching Experience: TA for 3 semesters in UG: Prin Micro, Environmental Economics, Market Experiments.
    Research Interests: Environmental & Resource Economics (specifically water, energy, non-market valuation, & political economy of environmental regulation), Applied Econometrics (Bayesian modelling, discrete choice methods).
    SOP: Colorful & focused. Will discuss: 1) my somewhat unfortunate path to reapplying, 2) the strengths of my application, 3) my experience (and re-motivation) from writing an MS thesis, 4) my general and specific research interests matched explicitly with active faculty, and 5) my strong preference to live in Berkeley, CA.
    Concerns: Failed macro prelim, C+'s in PHD Macro, unimpressive math grades.
    Other: External fellowship for graduate school; additional university fellowship; passed micro prelim; was admitted at top 50 econ (and top 5 ag econ) PhD programs without having taken graduate courses, with loose research interests, with less research experience, and with less impressive LORs a few admissions cycles ago and I will be reapplying to some of those programs. Internships at an investment bank, consulting firm, and university during UG. Economics columnist for UG student newspaper.
    Applying to: UCSD, Duke, UCSB, Arizona State, Wyoming, Berkeley (ARE), Cornell (AEM), Maryland (AREc), Davis (ARE), Wisconsin (AAE), Minnesota (AE), Ohio State (AED), Duke (UPEP/Nicholas), Yale (FES), UCSB (Bren). (Top choices, within rational expectations, are underlined).

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    Type of Undergrad:
    Above-average state school (flagship)
    Undergrad GPA: 3.0 econ / 3.0 overall
    Type of Grad: US MA that has placed a couple students in top fives and regularly in top 15 - 20
    Grad GPA: 3.9+
    GRE: 800Q/790V/5.0 AWA
    Math Courses: Calc I (HS), Calc II-III, Linear Algebra, ODE, Proofs, Numerical Analysis I (Grad.), Probability Theory (Grad.). PDE (grad) and Intro to Real Analysis I in progress. 4.0 math gpa.
    Econ Courses (grad-level): Micro, Macro, Metrics I (A-), Metrics II (A-), Forecasting, Math Econ. (B+), Literature-oriented electives (2). MA Thesis (in progress). A except where noted.
    Econ Courses (undergrad-level): Not going to list. 3.0 gpa here. Not a stellar record.
    Other Courses: None relevant.
    Letters of Recommendation: One from professor I have served as an RA for and know very well. Should be stellar. Not a famous economist, but actively publishes in his field.
    Second from another professor I worked with and took grad micro from. Should be very positive.
    Third undecided -- have a few options. Should be strong.
    Research Experience: At the time of application, will be three semesters and a summer of RA work. MA thesis will be completed in time to submit a writing sample for schools that request them.
    Teaching Experience: TA Math. Econ, Micro, Macro, Stats.
    Research Interests: Macro, finance. No more specific at this time. Not interested in hard-headed uncompromising DSGE macro because I have little faith in the value of its contributions.
    SOP: Haven't started. Obviously I need to address my abysmal undergrad grades; they aren't an accurate reflection of my ability. Highlight success in math courses and upward trends in academic performance. I would like to avoid making excuses but I still feel it is in my best interest to make some remarks about my shortcomings.
    Concerns: Bad undergrad grades. Institutional prestige. Will discuss B+ in grad math econ in SOP (took it first semester of grad school before necessary math requirements. 89% uncurved wasn't good enough for an A- I guess) and contrast to grades in math courses.
    Other:
    Applying to: Undecided. A handful of 6-15s and some schools ranked slightly below that range with strong placement records. Perhaps Chicago as well and Stanford only because it is my dream school (obviously, my chance for acceptance there is very, very low). I am also applying to fin.math. and fin.eng. programs as a fallback. I am not naive about my chances at top schools; I will apply for econ phds knowing that my chance of getting admitted even to one is perhaps 50-50. This is fine with me. While econ phd is my first choice, I have interests in fields other than academic economics and I am not willing to spend 5+ years of my life in a phd program if I am unlikely to ultimately land a decent academic job. I know many disagree with this outlook on phd applications, but I have decided that in order for the investment of 5+ years of my 20s to be worth it, I must have a reasonable expectation of a good job at the end of the road. This is why I am not applying to "safety schools".

    I am also considering applying to some Finance phd programs if I can get a handle on what range of schools is appropriate for me to apply to. I will more strongly consider relatively-lower-ranked finance programs than Econ.
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