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    Re: Top European MSc's to apply for

    Personally, if you're eyeing for a top PhD programme, there's very few programmes that can beat EME, both in terms of prestige, as well as placement.
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    Re: Preparing for Graduate Micro

    This is the most important advice you can get. When I did it, 4 of us got together and met up every week, the day before tutorials, so we can discuss the problem set before submitting them. The first...
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    Re: Profile Evaluation

    If you've done two years as a pre doc RA at a top 10, getting into top 10 is very feasible, owing simply due to the connections of your letter writers. Speak to the professors where you're at, and...
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    Re: Economics Ph.D. Profile Evaluation

    As it stands, I think it's quite unlikely that you'll gain admission into a decent masters programme. Your best bet is to try to work your connections at where you did your masters, to try and get a...
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    Re: Economics Ph.D. Profile Evaluation

    For someone seriously considering a PhD, a couple of Cs constitute a bad undergrad, not a string of Cs. Unless your letter writers are heavily connected and are willing to sell you really hard, I...
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    Re: Economics Ph.D. Profile Evaluation

    It's a lot better in terms of the information it provides.

    I only have a few questions and comments.

    Does the letter writer who is recommending you to apply to his alma mater know of your poor...
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    Re: Economics Ph.D. Profile Evaluation

    Posting using the standard format will help covey important information to the other users on here, and also reduce the senseless back and forth. You're missing a lot of detail on the courses you've...
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    Re: RA jobs

    You can search a bit on this forum but generally, from what I recall, GPA cutoff tend to be around 3.5 or thereabout, to help sieve through the number of applicants. Once you've survived the first...
  9. Re: Is a PhD in Economics from Sussex worth it

    It will help if you produce your current profile, the places you applied to this year, your area of interests, and primarily, your goals upon eventual completion of grad school; i.e. what kind of...
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    Sticky: Re: 2019 Admission Sweat Thread

    Not many people still check this thread, given that the admission season is almost over. You should post a standalone thread to elicit better and quicker replies.
  11. Re: Econ PhD route with Triple Major: Realistic expectations?

    Post using the standard template. As it currently stands, information is incomplete, and is all over the place, which is probably one of the reasons why nobody's replied yet. You need to state the...
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    Re: Real Analysis on Transcript

    There's very little value in taking it if you've already gotten As in Micro I and II, and also have complex analysis. Math grades (and specifically, real analysis, and other higher level math...
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    Re: Ranking PhD programs

    Agree with what startz mention, and that is actually what I meant. Usnews is a good gauge of what a school's rank is. Once you've selected a range of schools to apply to, delve deeper into the...
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    Re: Ranking PhD programs

    Most people here use the usnews ranking.
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    Re: Missing topics in analysis

    Measure theory will be useful for the econometrics sequence. Inverse and implicit function theorems are integral - pardon the pun - to micro I.
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