1) The A- won' matter
2) Unless she's going to say you're one of the most talented students she's seen or unless she's supervised your research, you are probably better off with an economist.
Type of Undergrad: BS in Math, BA in Economics from T50 state school (colorado)
Math Courses: Calculus III, Linear Algebra, Real Analysis (2 semesters), Topology, Differential Equations, Probability, Mathematical Statistics, Abstract Algebra, Advanced Linear Algebra (all As)
UG Econ Courses: Intermediate Micro, Intermediate Macro, Econometrics, Forecasting, International Trade, Game Theory, Industrial Organization (all As)
Grad Econ Courses: Math for Econ (A-), Micro I (A), Econometrics I (A), Macro I (A)
Letters of Recommendation: 1) Micro 1 teacher and research thesis advisor, 2) professor I research under, I did well in his advanced class, 3) tbd, but a teacher I have taken a more advanced class from
Research Experience: Will have had 2.5 years of RAing under two professors + undergraduate thesis when all is done.
Would appreciate advice on where you think I ought to aim my apps.
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