Your feedback is very much appreciated. I'm curious if you guys think I'm just gonna get wiped out this admissions season. I had very little experience w/ math prior to my masters (i.e. no analysis, algebra, topology).

**Undergrad Institution:**Top 25 US University, unknown for math

**Major(s):**Finance & Accounting

**Minor(s):**Mathematics

**GPA:**3.51 overall (3.87 last two years)

**Position in Class:**40% in undergrad

**Type of Student:**domestic white male

**Graduate Institution:**Top 50 US University, Top 80 for math

**Degree:**MS in Pure Mathematics (graduating this semester)

**GPA:**3.97

**GRE Scores:**

Q: 770

V: 560

W: 5.0

M: 650 (53%) [ugh]

**Program Applying:**Pure Math/Applied Math/Operation Research

**Research Experience:**1 summer w/ Naval Research, produced an internal paper and presentation

**Awards/Honors/Recognitions:**N/A

**Pertinent Activities or Jobs:**TA for Management Accounting soph yr.

**Any Miscellaneous Points that Might Help:**8 Ph.D level courses (1 yr . analysis, 1 yr topology, 1 yr applied math, 1 sem differential geometry, reading course in minimal surfaces)

**Any Other Info That Shows Up On Your App and Might Matter:**

I had no background in math. For math minor I only had to take calc III, lin alg, intro to proofs, ODE's. Only decided I wanted to do a math PhD my senior year.

**Applying to Where**:

Princeton (PACM)

Stanford (Management Science)

Cornell (CAM)

UChicago (CAMP)

Minnesota (Applied Math in Math Dept.)

Michigan (AIM)

Texas (Applied Math in Math Dept.)