Totally depends on how well your school have placed in previous years. Talk to your professors about it. Also, how well does your university rank overall ( not too familiar with SUNY rankings)?
Type of Undergrad: Top 15 SUNY school, Economics and Mathematics double major.
Undergrad GPA: 3.87, Econ major GPA- 3.83 , Math Major GPA- 3.93
GRE: Quant- 166, Verbal- 154, Writing- 3.5
International Student at USA.
Math Courses: Calculus 1,2,3 (All As), Linear Algebra 1,2 (Both A-), Intro to Proof, Abstract Algebra, Differential Equations, Probability Theory, Core Mathematics Problem Seminar, Real Analysis (As and A-s)
Econ Courses: Introduction and Intermediate Microeconomics (A-), Introduction and Intermediate Macroeconomics (A), Business Statistic 1 and 2 (A), Econometrics (A-), Development Economics (A), Ecological Economics (A-), International Trade (A), Senior Seminar (A), Independent Study (A-), History of Economic Thought (B+)
Letters of Recommendations:
1. Professor for 5 courses
2. Professor for Independent Study and Business Statistics
3. Professor for several Math courses/ Econ courses.
Research Experience: Independent Study and Senior thesis. Independent study's paper published as a co-author with the professor.
Teaching Experience: Tutoring for 5 semester, will do for next 2 semester as well. TA for Calculus 1 for 4 semesters.
Concerns: Ranking of the University.
Questions: Which universities should I aiming for? One of my professor is from West Virgina University, and he said he will talk to them about me but nothing specific. Vanderbilt, Purdue- are these very top to aim?
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