**Undergrad Institution:**Medium-large state school

**Major(s):**Math

**Minor(s):**N/A

**GPA:**>3.9

**Type of Student:**DWM

**GRE Revised General Test:**

**Q:**170 (96)

**V:**166 (97)

**W:**5.5 (98)

**GRE Subject Test in Mathematics:**

**M:**760 (71)

**Program Applying:**Pure & Applied math

**Research Experience:**5 semesters + summers working on various original research projects with faculty advisors at home university. Variety of topics mostly centered on analysis on graphs. No REUs. Lots of conferences; e.g. 3 years JMM, poster at UMS. A handful of regional conferences and a couple of seminar talks. 4 original manuscripts, 5th due soon, with 3 more expository manuscripts.

**Awards/Honors/Recognitions:**Standard honor roll awards, with some more specialized departmental awards. No huge national honors outside of some conference awards. National Merit scholarship.

**Pertinent Activities or Jobs:**Tutored calculus all four years of undergrad, with recent grading assignments.

**Any Miscellaneous Points that Might Help:**I think I have 45-50 total number of enrolled math courses (this includes research credits). Among these are probably 15 or so graduate level classes (this excludes research). In particular, I specialized academically early on in analysis and made an effort to exhaust every analysis course at my school thru Ph.D.. I have four letter writers; three are professors who have known me all of undergrad and have advised original/expository research. The fourth is supervisor from department math lab, also known all of undergrad.

**Applying to Where:**

**Longshots**

Princeton

MIT

Yale

UCLA

CalTech

Stanford

Michigan

**Ambitious but not insane**

Brown

Georgia Tech

UT Austin

UC San Diego

Wisconsin

Minnesota

Ohio State - Accepted 12/31 (w/ funding)

North Carolina, Chapel Hill - Unofficial acceptance

**Safety (in theory)**

University of Utah

Texas A&M - Accepted 1/24 (w/ funding)