Hello all, I created that Math/Physics/French topic a little while ago, and I have been considering more strongly going into Applied Math. For those who don't want to click back and check, I'll post the relevant data below.
But anyways, I was wondering if anyone knows of any applied math schools that would be a good fit/reach for me. Thus far I don't know much about what's good and what's not, but if it's worth anything I like the east coast? Also I'm interested in international options. I guess a few places I'm checking out are:
U Arizona, UC Boulder, MSU, and U Delaware? École Polytechnique de Paris?
Any of these within reach? What about top-ish programs?
Here are some stats:
GPA Math: 3.5
GPA Physics: 3.3
GPA French: 4.0
GPA Overall: 3.6
GRE: Q 89%, V 81%, W 80%
MGRE: Not taken
No research, and letters would be from physics professors, a French professor, and maybe one applied mathematics professor.
If more information is needed, or if I'm going about this wrong, please let me know!
Forum for the GRE subject test in mathematics.
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