Eliminating the 2 required UC prompts, the UC application now consists of four word essay, chosen from 8 new UC prompts. UC Prompt 1 1.
Physics research at my school, which includes the overseeing and supervision of the research of five other undergraduates.
Mathematics department memorial scholarship recipient, Dean's List one semester. Pertinent Activities or Jobs: Math learning center tutor, general physics lab instructor involves independently running a section of physics lab, including making and grading quizzes and tests Any Miscellaneous Points that Might Help: I have also completed 16 upper level undergraduate mathematics courses with a collective GPA of 3.
Finally, as an interesting point, I submitted my subject scores to every school I'm applying to, whether pure or applied. I also didn't have my fall grades on my transcript, because I had some major things happen outside of my classes, and didn't want schools to see the awful grades.
I've also marked which department I'm applying to if applicable I hope that my profile becomes an inspiration for other awful-looking applicants, so that they know that there is hope for them It seems like it is the case that even if you suck and have a terrible GPA and test scores, there will be places that will at least consider you, and like Clemson for me may even be places that love you from the get-go!
These schools are roughly ordered by preference, and I will keep the list updated as regularly as possible. These results were updated by me on: In similar vein to what the user bsplitter wrote, I want to leave a couple tips for applicants in future years.
I don't have the best applicant's profile; poor GPA, math and overall, poor test scores, non-math research, and so on, and I was still considered for a fair number of PhD programs given my stats.
I made my love of mathematics as a broad field apparent in my application, and this was what caused Clemson to accept me among their first bout of acceptances! I also wanted to recommend to people who plan on posting profiles to this site; don't be afraid to chat to people in messages or on the forum; bsplitter is going to be my roommate at Clemson this coming year, all because I had noticed that he was applying to Clemson too and decided to message him!
We're all people, and so I definitely think that everyone should get connected with the other users on here, especially since we're all going to be a part of the same small network of mathematicians one day hopefully, at least Last edited by Foobanana on Fri Jul 21, The place to shop for software, hardware and services from IBM and our providers.
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Writing the Personal Statement. For example,, attendance at a minority serving institution; ability to articulate the barriers facing women and minorities in science and engineering fields; participation in higher education pipeline programs such as, UC Leads, or McNair Scholars;.
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Apr 28, · Undergrad Institution: Big state school, not necessarily exceptional academics but a reputation of hard grading. Major(s): BS Applied Mathematics, BA Philosophy Minor(s): None GPA: ( Math GPA) Type of Student: Domestic Male, Hispanic GRE Revised General Test: Q: (88%) V: (95%) W: (82%) GRE Subject Test in Mathematics: M: (24%) (Pretty bummed about this, .
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Take a look at our UC personal statement prompt 1 example if you want to see how you could go about answering that prompt. Applying to University of California? We explain how to attack the UC personal statements, with strategies on writing great essays for all 8 prompts.