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  1. Re: Advice for low ranked PhD applicant in terms of mathematical classes' selection

    I would agree as well with Bayes. I am not well-acquainted with other universities' math departments, but typically, there is a year-long probability & statistics sequence (with probability often...
  2. Re: Help Thread - Preparing for First Year Math and Stats

    Sure, there may be some elements of Calculus which you may not use in your first year (e.g. trig substitutions).

    Personally speaking, I just have a different perspective on the usefulness of math...
  3. Re: Help Thread - Preparing for First Year Math and Stats

    1. Mathematical tools which will be used in your first year classes include single/multivariable calculus, differential/difference equations, linear algebra, probability theory, mathematical...
  4. Re: 2nd graduate degree from Harvard Extension School

    Okay, so you took the graduate-level econ classes apparently (three of them?) How did you do in them? And I'm not too sure how programs handle you re-taking these courses, if you have already done so...
  5. Profile Evaluation and Advice (next cycle)

    Type of Undergrad: BS in Math, BA in Economics from T50 state school (colorado)
    GPA: 3.99
    GRE: 170Q/164V/6AW
    Math Courses: Calculus III, Linear Algebra, Real Analysis (2 semesters), Topology,...
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    Re: Calculator for exams, homework, etc?

    No. Most exams are calculator-free.
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    Re: Federal Reserve (DC) Internships

    Anyone hear anything back yet?
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    Re: Federal Reserve (DC) Internships

    Fed said that they were behind; by the latest, interview requests will go out first week of December.
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    Federal Reserve (DC) Internships

    I'm a student (undergraduate) at University of Colorado and I recently applied to a few internship positions at the Federal Reserve. Does anyone know typically how long the deliberation process is...
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    Re: Some advice on studying mathematics?

    Ah, okay, feel free to DM me the syllabus or course descriptions of Advanced Calculus I & II so I can give you better advice. If in fact "Advanced Calculus I and II" is more like "Calculus III and IV...
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    Re: Some advice on studying mathematics?

    If your goal is merely preparing yourself for the courses you are going to take next semester, I would focus on reviewing 1) differentiation and integration techniques, 2) some basic intuition and...
  12. Funding at California Schools - Nonresidents

    I've been looking at the websites for UC Davis, UCSB, UCSD, and other UC schools, and I'm quite confused about funding. I am a US citizen and resident of another state. I understand that I should be...
  13. Re: Which math courses to take from this list?

    I'd take off combinatorics, intro to real analysis, and elementary P&S, and instead take Principles of Analysis (probably R^n rather than R^1 like the intro course) and a year-long advanced...
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    Re: Online MBA prior to Econ PhD

    If your goal is business competency or complement to economics, and you are going to be studying at University of Hawaii for your MA, just take courses at the business school (Shidler), it's a pretty...
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    Re: Real Analysis on Transcript

    Type of Undergrad: BA Economics, BS Math from Medium Unranked University (ranked in other disciplines, just not econ). Iím not sure if this counts for anything but 85% of the faculty comes from Top...
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