Albert_Eisenstein wrote: ↑Wed Dec 30, 2020 7:13 amliuluck22 wrote: ↑Sat Nov 21, 2020 10:22 amUndergrad Institution: Top Big State
Major(s):Mathematics, Electrical engineering
Type of Student: International Asian Male
GRE Revised General Test: N/A
GRE Subject Test in Mathematics: N/A, take one in my sophomore year and get around 70%
Program Applying: Pure Math, graph theory, combinatorics, ACO programs, all PhD, except master in canada
Research Experience: 5 research experience , one in material science, four in math, one is about partial differential equation, the rest three are all extremal, structural graph theory, all results in posters and reports, one paper in preprint, one of the math research is an REU like program.
Awards/Honors/Recognitions: Several Deans lists, one scholarship in material science, higher honor at Budapest Semester in mathematics, department scholars, etc, nothing special...
Any Miscellaneous Points that Might Help: Budapest Semester in Mathematics with higher honor, took 5 math classes there; 3 grad class in graph theory and combinatorics in my home school; took around 7 classes in graph theory and combinatorics in all, including extremal, structural, random graph theory, probabilistic methods, etc; 2 recommendation letters are from famous professors. I think they are committees of the most famous journals and conferences in these areas. Honor undergrad analysis
Any Other Info That Shows Up On Your App and Might Matter: Dual degree in electrical engineering with around 170 credits when I graduate
Applying to Where:USA, Canada, UK, Germany. All pure math except CMU and Gatech (ACO there)
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Berlin Mathematical school
University of South Carolina
University of Memphis Admitted ( message from committee)
University of Victoria
University of Illinois, Chicago
How are you applying to Oxford and Cambridge PhD programs with just a Bachelor's degree?
They don't need master degree. If you check their websites carefully, they just said a first honor class undergrad, i.e. GPA>3.7