2022 Applicant Profiles and Admissions Results

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Re: 2022 Applicant Profiles and Admissions Results
It seems like Berkeley sent out some acceptances?
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Undergrad Institution: big state
Major(s): mathematics, english/creative writing
Minor(s): computer science
GPA: 3.59
Math GPA: 3.44
Type of Student: domestic female, white
GRE Revised General Test:
Q: 161 (73
V: 167 (98%)
W: 4.0 (55%)
Program Applying: pure math
Research Experience: Presented two posters in my department colloquium. Currently writing an honors thesis in topology. Completed one REU at my school.
Awards/Honors/Recognitions: Research award, distinguished presidential scholars
Pertinent Activities or Jobs: Tutoring at math lab, undergraduate teaching experience in college algebra for 2 semesters. Interned for utilities company for duration of summer.
Math Courses Taken: Calc 2, calc 3, ordinary differential equations, linear algebra, discrete math, probability and statistics, number theory, intro to advanced math, topology, modern algebra, numerical analysis, partial differential equations, vector analysis, cryptography.
Any Miscellaneous Points that Might Help: Honors thesis advisor got his doctorate from Harvard, other 2 letter writers got theirs from top schools as well.
Any Other Info That Shows Up On Your App and Might Matter: Member of department AWM, president of math club (was treasury of math club).
Applying to Where: (Color use here is welcome)
Dream:
Brown rejected
Princeton rejected
Harvard rejected
MIT rejected
UCLA rejected
UC Berkeley rejected
Cornell rejected
Duke rejected
Dartmouth rejected
Yale rejected
Reach:
Michigan waitlisted
UCSD accepted
Rutgers rejected
Stony Brook accepted declined
UIUC accepted
Wisconsin Madison withdrew
U Washington withdrew
Match/Safeties:
UC Irvine accepted declined
UVA withdrew realized my application was not submitted lol oh well no harm done
U Florida accepted
Florida State accepted
NC State accepted declined
Major(s): mathematics, english/creative writing
Minor(s): computer science
GPA: 3.59
Math GPA: 3.44
Type of Student: domestic female, white
GRE Revised General Test:
Q: 161 (73
V: 167 (98%)
W: 4.0 (55%)
Program Applying: pure math
Research Experience: Presented two posters in my department colloquium. Currently writing an honors thesis in topology. Completed one REU at my school.
Awards/Honors/Recognitions: Research award, distinguished presidential scholars
Pertinent Activities or Jobs: Tutoring at math lab, undergraduate teaching experience in college algebra for 2 semesters. Interned for utilities company for duration of summer.
Math Courses Taken: Calc 2, calc 3, ordinary differential equations, linear algebra, discrete math, probability and statistics, number theory, intro to advanced math, topology, modern algebra, numerical analysis, partial differential equations, vector analysis, cryptography.
Any Miscellaneous Points that Might Help: Honors thesis advisor got his doctorate from Harvard, other 2 letter writers got theirs from top schools as well.
Any Other Info That Shows Up On Your App and Might Matter: Member of department AWM, president of math club (was treasury of math club).
Applying to Where: (Color use here is welcome)
Dream:
Brown rejected
Princeton rejected
Harvard rejected
MIT rejected
UCLA rejected
UC Berkeley rejected
Cornell rejected
Duke rejected
Dartmouth rejected
Yale rejected
Reach:
Michigan waitlisted
UCSD accepted
Rutgers rejected
Stony Brook accepted declined
UIUC accepted
Wisconsin Madison withdrew
U Washington withdrew
Match/Safeties:
UC Irvine accepted declined
UVA withdrew realized my application was not submitted lol oh well no harm done
U Florida accepted
Florida State accepted
NC State accepted declined
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Re: 2022 Applicant Profiles and Admissions Results
Congrats!!mindyummy wrote: ↑Thu Sep 09, 2021 6:55 pmUndergrad Institution: Large Public University
Major(s): Mathematics and Geology
Minor(s): Computer Science
GPA: 3.68 out of 4.00
Type of Student: Domestic white female
GRE Revised General Test:
it's an embarrassment
GRE Subject Test in Mathematics:
M: xxx (xx%) cancelled
Program Applying: Pure Math
Research Experience: Writing a senior thesis in algebraic geometry. Also attended couple talks and a workshop virtually.
Awards/Honors/Recognitions: Some university and department scholarship and awards. Will be graduating with honors.
Pertinent Activities or Jobs: Tutored and TAed college algebra, business math, trigonometry precalculus and business calculus.
Any Miscellaneous Points that Might Help: Female.
Math courses:
(undergraduate) Abstract Algebra 1+2, Advanced Calculus 1+2, Combinatorics, Algebraic Combinatorics, Graph Theory, Intro to Proofs/Discrete Math, Complex Analysis, Intro to Mathematical Statistics, Linear Algebra 1+2, ODE, PDE, Topology, Differential Geometry, Numerical Analysis, Number Theory
(graduate) Real analysis 1+2, algebra 1+2, algebraic topology, differential topology
Any Other Info That Shows Up On Your App and Might Matter: I'm domestic? I have 4 recommendations letters. I don't think instate schools will give me any more chances than an outofstate school per my parent's residency. And I don't think my parents' alum school matters. So no, in short.
Applying to Where: (Color use here is welcome)
Listed roughly in order of preference
1. Caltech  submitted
2. Princeton  rejected early February
3. UChicago  rejected January
4. Brown  rejected early February
5. UC Berkeley  submitted
6. UCLA  submitted
7. Cornell  accepted late January
8. Duke  interviewed January and rejected early February
9. Michigan  submitted
10. Georgia Tech  accepted late January
11. UW Madison  submitted
12. UIUC  submitted
13. Minnesota  submitted
14. Ohio State  accepted late December
Honestly don't know what to expect this year, maybe it's going to be more competitive than last year or maybe less so. Better safe than sorry, so I'm applying to as many as I can afford (the money and time). I think it's worth it, especially it means I can get into somewhere better.
Can I ask about the background of your recommenders?
Re: 2022 Applicant Profiles and Admissions Results
MIT, Princeton and I think Rice or UT Austin. Algebraic Geometry/Homological Algebra, commutative algebra/discrete geometry? and algebraic topology

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Congratulations on your acceptances. Would you mind telling how and when you heard from UIUC? I had also applied to their pure math program but there's no update from them yet!kaubrey wrote: ↑Sat Feb 05, 2022 8:47 pmUndergrad Institution: big state
Major(s): mathematics, english/creative writing
Minor(s): computer science
GPA: 3.59
Math GPA: 3.44
Type of Student: domestic female, white
GRE Revised General Test:
Q: 161 (99%)
V: 167 (98%)
W: 4.0 (55%)
Program Applying: pure math
Research Experience: Presented two posters in my department colloquium. Currently writing an honors thesis in topology. Completed one REU at my school.
Awards/Honors/Recognitions: Research award, distinguished presidential scholars
Pertinent Activities or Jobs: Tutoring at math lab, undergraduate teaching experience in college algebra for 2 semesters. Interned for utilities company for duration of summer.
Math Courses Taken: Calc 2, calc 3, ordinary differential equations, linear algebra, discrete math, probability and statistics, number theory, intro to advanced math, topology, modern algebra, numerical analysis, partial differential equations, vector analysis, cryptography.
Any Miscellaneous Points that Might Help: Honors thesis advisor got his doctorate from Harvard, other 2 letter writers got theirs from top schools as well.
Any Other Info That Shows Up On Your App and Might Matter: Member of department AWM, president of math club (was treasury of math club).
Applying to Where: (Color use here is welcome)
Dream:
Brown rejected
Princeton rejected
Harvard rejected
MIT
UCLA rejected
UC Berkeley rejected
Cornell rejected
Duke rejected
Dartmouth rejected
Yale rejected
Reach:
Michigan
UCSD accepted
Rutgers
Stony Brook accepted
UIUC accepted
Wisconsin Madison
U Washington
Match/Safeties:
UC Irvine accepted
UVA
U Florida accepted
Florida State
NC State accepted
**Some acceptances and rejections are in spam so people check your spam folders! Some schools don't update the portal for some reason
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Re: 2022 Applicant Profiles and Admissions Results
When did you hear from Irvine? Are they still sending offers and/or interviews? Also, congrats on your current offers!kaubrey wrote: ↑Sat Feb 05, 2022 8:47 pmUndergrad Institution: big state
Major(s): mathematics, english/creative writing
Minor(s): computer science
GPA: 3.59
Math GPA: 3.44
Type of Student: domestic female, white
GRE Revised General Test:
Q: 161 (99%)
V: 167 (98%)
W: 4.0 (55%)
Program Applying: pure math
Research Experience: Presented two posters in my department colloquium. Currently writing an honors thesis in topology. Completed one REU at my school.
Awards/Honors/Recognitions: Research award, distinguished presidential scholars
Pertinent Activities or Jobs: Tutoring at math lab, undergraduate teaching experience in college algebra for 2 semesters. Interned for utilities company for duration of summer.
Math Courses Taken: Calc 2, calc 3, ordinary differential equations, linear algebra, discrete math, probability and statistics, number theory, intro to advanced math, topology, modern algebra, numerical analysis, partial differential equations, vector analysis, cryptography.
Any Miscellaneous Points that Might Help: Honors thesis advisor got his doctorate from Harvard, other 2 letter writers got theirs from top schools as well.
Any Other Info That Shows Up On Your App and Might Matter: Member of department AWM, president of math club (was treasury of math club).
Applying to Where: (Color use here is welcome)
Dream:
Brown rejected
Princeton rejected
Harvard rejected
MIT
UCLA rejected
UC Berkeley rejected
Cornell rejected
Duke rejected
Dartmouth rejected
Yale rejected
Reach:
Michigan
UCSD accepted
Rutgers
Stony Brook accepted
UIUC accepted
Wisconsin Madison
U Washington
Match/Safeties:
UC Irvine accepted
UVA
U Florida accepted
Florida State
NC State accepted
**Some acceptances and rejections are in spam so people check your spam folders! Some schools don't update the portal for some reason

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Re: 2022 Applicant Profiles and Admissions Results
99th percentile for a 161 on the Quant section of GRE?kaubrey wrote: ↑Sat Feb 05, 2022 8:47 pmUndergrad Institution: big state
Major(s): mathematics, english/creative writing
Minor(s): computer science
GPA: 3.59
Math GPA: 3.44
Type of Student: domestic female, white
GRE Revised General Test:
Q: 161 (99%)
V: 167 (98%)
W: 4.0 (55%)
Program Applying: pure math
Research Experience: Presented two posters in my department colloquium. Currently writing an honors thesis in topology. Completed one REU at my school.
Awards/Honors/Recognitions: Research award, distinguished presidential scholars
Pertinent Activities or Jobs: Tutoring at math lab, undergraduate teaching experience in college algebra for 2 semesters. Interned for utilities company for duration of summer.
Math Courses Taken: Calc 2, calc 3, ordinary differential equations, linear algebra, discrete math, probability and statistics, number theory, intro to advanced math, topology, modern algebra, numerical analysis, partial differential equations, vector analysis, cryptography.
Any Miscellaneous Points that Might Help: Honors thesis advisor got his doctorate from Harvard, other 2 letter writers got theirs from top schools as well.
Any Other Info That Shows Up On Your App and Might Matter: Member of department AWM, president of math club (was treasury of math club).
Applying to Where: (Color use here is welcome)
Dream:
Brown rejected
Princeton rejected
Harvard rejected
MIT
UCLA rejected
UC Berkeley rejected
Cornell rejected
Duke rejected
Dartmouth rejected
Yale rejected
Reach:
Michigan
UCSD accepted
Rutgers
Stony Brook accepted
UIUC accepted
Wisconsin Madison
U Washington
Match/Safeties:
UC Irvine accepted
UVA
U Florida accepted
Florida State
NC State accepted
**Some acceptances and rejections are in spam so people check your spam folders! Some schools don't update the portal for some reason
Re: 2022 Applicant Profiles and Admissions Results
oh woops typo
I don't know if Irvine or UIUC is doing making offers (how would I know I'm an applicant not the admission committee?) check your spam to see if you received an email from secretary or chair with numerous PDF attachments
I don't know if Irvine or UIUC is doing making offers (how would I know I'm an applicant not the admission committee?) check your spam to see if you received an email from secretary or chair with numerous PDF attachments
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This is interesting, upon checking my GRE scores on gre.org portal my percentile have changed from last time I saw it!!
(I kept a record of the score PDF so my eyes weren't playing tricks on me)
(I kept a record of the score PDF so my eyes weren't playing tricks on me)

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The percentiles do change occasionally. If future test takers tend to do better than you did, your percentiles will go down. Otherwise they will either go up or stay the same.

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Undergrad Institution:[/b] (Big state not known for math)
Major(s):[/Mathematics]
Minor(s):[/Physics]
GPA:[/4.0]
Math GPA:[/4.0]
Type of Student:[/b] (Domestic)
Program Applying: (Pure Math Phd)
Will leave specific details out due to privacy.
Some general notes, I have taken graduate courses and done well, done research, and was a TA/grader for higher level math courses. I also did not take either GRE.
Applying to Where:[/b] (Color use here is welcome)
University of Washington  Pure Math /Rejected on (3/9) Submitted: 12/7
University of Wisconsin, Madison l  Pure Math /Rejected (2/15) Submitted: 12/12
University of Colorado, Boulder  Pure Math / Waitlisted (2/22) Submitted: 12/12
North Carolina State University  Pure Math /Accepted w/funding (2/7) Submitted: 1/15
Georgia Institute of Technology  Pure Math / Pending on (3/21) Submitted: 12/12
University of Minnesota  Pure Math /Rejected on (3/8) Submitted: 12/14
Vanderbilt University  Pure Math / Rejected on (3/21) (Sent an email asking for update, they said if you haven't heard anything yet, you can consider it a rejection) Submitted: 12/19
University of California, Davis  Pure Math /Rejected on (3/14) (Sent an email asking for an update, they said official letters will be coming out in a few weeks) Submitted: 1/4
University of Oregon  Pure Math /Rejected (2/3) Submitted: 1/10
Major(s):[/Mathematics]
Minor(s):[/Physics]
GPA:[/4.0]
Math GPA:[/4.0]
Type of Student:[/b] (Domestic)
Program Applying: (Pure Math Phd)
Will leave specific details out due to privacy.
Some general notes, I have taken graduate courses and done well, done research, and was a TA/grader for higher level math courses. I also did not take either GRE.
Applying to Where:[/b] (Color use here is welcome)
University of Washington  Pure Math /Rejected on (3/9) Submitted: 12/7
University of Wisconsin, Madison l  Pure Math /Rejected (2/15) Submitted: 12/12
University of Colorado, Boulder  Pure Math / Waitlisted (2/22) Submitted: 12/12
North Carolina State University  Pure Math /Accepted w/funding (2/7) Submitted: 1/15
Georgia Institute of Technology  Pure Math / Pending on (3/21) Submitted: 12/12
University of Minnesota  Pure Math /Rejected on (3/8) Submitted: 12/14
Vanderbilt University  Pure Math / Rejected on (3/21) (Sent an email asking for update, they said if you haven't heard anything yet, you can consider it a rejection) Submitted: 12/19
University of California, Davis  Pure Math /Rejected on (3/14) (Sent an email asking for an update, they said official letters will be coming out in a few weeks) Submitted: 1/4
University of Oregon  Pure Math /Rejected (2/3) Submitted: 1/10
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Thanks! I got an email to check the application portal where the notification of admission was. My math gpa is 4.0.Austingieg wrote: ↑Fri Feb 04, 2022 4:45 pmCongrats on your acceptance to Rensselaer!!! Were you informed of your offer on the application portal or did you receive an email from professor? And may I ask you mgpa? Thanksginko321 wrote: ↑Mon Jan 24, 2022 3:59 amBrown (applied) rejected 1/20
Boston University Admitted 2/4
Carnegie Mellon
Notre Dame (applied)
NYU
Rensselaer Admitted 2/2
Rutgers
Tufts  Interview on 1/14
University of Arizona (applied)  Interview on 1/22, Admitted 1/31
University of Illinois  Chicago
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how did you hear back from UCLA?kaubrey wrote: ↑Sat Feb 05, 2022 8:47 pmUndergrad Institution: big state
Major(s): mathematics, english/creative writing
Minor(s): computer science
GPA: 3.59
Math GPA: 3.44
Type of Student: domestic female, white
GRE Revised General Test:
Q: 161 (73
V: 167 (98%)
W: 4.0 (55%)
Program Applying: pure math
Research Experience: Presented two posters in my department colloquium. Currently writing an honors thesis in topology. Completed one REU at my school.
Awards/Honors/Recognitions: Research award, distinguished presidential scholars
Pertinent Activities or Jobs: Tutoring at math lab, undergraduate teaching experience in college algebra for 2 semesters. Interned for utilities company for duration of summer.
Math Courses Taken: Calc 2, calc 3, ordinary differential equations, linear algebra, discrete math, probability and statistics, number theory, intro to advanced math, topology, modern algebra, numerical analysis, partial differential equations, vector analysis, cryptography.
Any Miscellaneous Points that Might Help: Honors thesis advisor got his doctorate from Harvard, other 2 letter writers got theirs from top schools as well.
Any Other Info That Shows Up On Your App and Might Matter: Member of department AWM, president of math club (was treasury of math club).
Applying to Where: (Color use here is welcome)
Dream:
Brown rejected
Princeton rejected
Harvard rejected
MIT
UCLA rejected
UC Berkeley rejected
Cornell rejected
Duke rejected
Dartmouth rejected
Yale rejected
Reach:
Michigan
UCSD accepted
Rutgers rejected
Stony Brook accepted
UIUC accepted
Wisconsin Madison
U Washington
Match/Safeties:
UC Irvine accepted
UVA
U Florida accepted
Florida State
NC State accepted
**Some acceptances and rejections are in spam so people check your spam folders! Some schools don't update the portal for some reason
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Any idea when UPenn's gonna send out its offers for pure math phd? Anyone heard back?

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Undergrad Institution: Large Public University (Europe)
Major(s): Mathematics
GPA: 9.79/10
Type of Student: International, Female
GRE Revised General Test: Didn't take
GRE Subject Test in Mathematics: Didn't take
TOEFL Score: (101 = R28/L28/Sx20/W25)
IELTS Score: (7.5 = R8.0/L7.5/S6.5/W7.0) (Sent IELTS scores to most universities)
Program Applying: Pure Math
Research Experience: Wrote an original paper on lp spaces together with 5 other people. It is not my main interest so i didn't do much on that.
Math Courses Taken: Favourite ones were algebra (Galois theory, commutative algebra etc.), geometry (Manifolds, differential forms), but have also taken several analysis classes. My main interests tend to be Algebraic Topology amd geometric group theory. This semester I'm taking graduate courses.
Any Miscellaneous Points that Might Help: Female
Any Other Info That Shows Up On Your App and Might Matter: Also a classical musician
Applying to Where:
Princeton  Rejected
Berkeley  Rejected
Stanford
Harvard  Rejected
MIT  Rejected
Chicago  Accepted (1/5/22)
Yale  Waitlisted (2/4/22)
Caltech  Rejected
MichiganAnn Arbor
Stony Brook
Cornell
Purdue
UPenn
Utah
Missuri Columbia  Accepted unofficially, I declined the offer (2/2/22)
UIUC
TexasAustin  Accepted unofficially, I declined the offer (2/2/22)
Outside the US:
U Toronto
Oxford  Interviewed (2/2/22), probably accepted
Major(s): Mathematics
GPA: 9.79/10
Type of Student: International, Female
GRE Revised General Test: Didn't take
GRE Subject Test in Mathematics: Didn't take
TOEFL Score: (101 = R28/L28/Sx20/W25)
IELTS Score: (7.5 = R8.0/L7.5/S6.5/W7.0) (Sent IELTS scores to most universities)
Program Applying: Pure Math
Research Experience: Wrote an original paper on lp spaces together with 5 other people. It is not my main interest so i didn't do much on that.
Math Courses Taken: Favourite ones were algebra (Galois theory, commutative algebra etc.), geometry (Manifolds, differential forms), but have also taken several analysis classes. My main interests tend to be Algebraic Topology amd geometric group theory. This semester I'm taking graduate courses.
Any Miscellaneous Points that Might Help: Female
Any Other Info That Shows Up On Your App and Might Matter: Also a classical musician
Applying to Where:
Princeton  Rejected
Berkeley  Rejected
Stanford
Harvard  Rejected
MIT  Rejected
Chicago  Accepted (1/5/22)
Yale  Waitlisted (2/4/22)
Caltech  Rejected
MichiganAnn Arbor
Stony Brook
Cornell
Purdue
UPenn
Utah
Missuri Columbia  Accepted unofficially, I declined the offer (2/2/22)
UIUC
TexasAustin  Accepted unofficially, I declined the offer (2/2/22)
Outside the US:
U Toronto
Oxford  Interviewed (2/2/22), probably accepted
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Wow, your profile looks so strong and so does your application result. BTW, would these schools also tell you the funding in the acceptance offer?liecat wrote: ↑Fri Jan 14, 2022 5:01 pmUndergrad Institution: Ivy
Major: Math
GPA: 4.02/4.3
Type of Student: Domestic Female
Program Applying: Pure Math (mainly for alg top and related fields)
Research Experience: One REU (no publication, just a final report); reading projects for the past 2.5 years (talks/presentations and expository stuff) with a grad student
Awards/Honors/Recognitions: Nothing special (Dean's list, national merit...)
Pertinent Activities or Jobs: Have been a TA or tutor since freshman year (sometimes both at same time)
Any Miscellaneous Points that Might Help: I'm female. I think my recommendations are pretty solid and were written by fairly wellknown people. I really love teaching and wrote about it in my SOP.
Any Other Info That Shows Up On Your App and Might Matter: NSF GRFP applicant. Will probably take 910 grad classes by graduation (including noncore classes, e.g. homological algebra, homotopy theory, etc.)
Applying to Where: (Ordered first by deadline, then alphabetically.)
Princeton  Rejected! 2/4
UChicago  Accepted! 1/5
Stanford
Ohio State  Accepted! 1/2
Berkeley  Rejected! 2/4
Harvard  Rejected! 1/31
Johns Hopkins  Accepted! 1/27
MIT
UCLA  Accepted! 1/19
UIUC  Accepted! 2/4
Northwestern  Emailed to chat! 2/3
UPenn  Invited to open house! 1/18
Cornell
NSF GRFP
Notes: If the list above seems a bit unbalanced (w.r.t. "reach" vs "less reach" and so on), it’s because I decided not to apply to some places after getting into OSU, and withdrew from some others after UChicago. One of my professors warned me that some “very bright students" of hers applied to 20 schools last year and got rejected from all of them, and she didn’t know if this year would be as brutal. Thank goodness it seems not to be! Also, I’ve lurked this forum obsessively for the past several years, and it lowered my confidence a lot (of course, it’s only my fault for continuing to look at it). I spent days convincing myself that the acceptance letter from UChicago wasn’t a scam. It still feels like a dream, or maybe it's just a fluke. Don't be like me!
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Thanks! And regarding funding, they do discuss it (in the official acceptance letters, at least)! Feel free to PM me if you want any further details.

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How did you hear from Rutgers? I haven't heard anything yet.kaubrey wrote: ↑Sat Feb 05, 2022 8:47 pmUndergrad Institution: big state
Major(s): mathematics, english/creative writing
Minor(s): computer science
GPA: 3.59
Math GPA: 3.44
Type of Student: domestic female, white
GRE Revised General Test:
Q: 161 (73
V: 167 (98%)
W: 4.0 (55%)
Program Applying: pure math
Research Experience: Presented two posters in my department colloquium. Currently writing an honors thesis in topology. Completed one REU at my school.
Awards/Honors/Recognitions: Research award, distinguished presidential scholars
Pertinent Activities or Jobs: Tutoring at math lab, undergraduate teaching experience in college algebra for 2 semesters. Interned for utilities company for duration of summer.
Math Courses Taken: Calc 2, calc 3, ordinary differential equations, linear algebra, discrete math, probability and statistics, number theory, intro to advanced math, topology, modern algebra, numerical analysis, partial differential equations, vector analysis, cryptography.
Any Miscellaneous Points that Might Help: Honors thesis advisor got his doctorate from Harvard, other 2 letter writers got theirs from top schools as well.
Any Other Info That Shows Up On Your App and Might Matter: Member of department AWM, president of math club (was treasury of math club).
Applying to Where: (Color use here is welcome)
Dream:
Brown rejected
Princeton rejected
Harvard rejected
MIT rejected
UCLA rejected
UC Berkeley rejected
Cornell rejected
Duke rejected
Dartmouth rejected
Yale rejected
Reach:
Michigan
UCSD accepted
Rutgers rejected
Stony Brook accepted
UIUC accepted
Wisconsin Madison
U Washington
Match/Safeties:
UC Irvine accepted
UVA
U Florida accepted
Florida State accepted
NC State accepted
**Some acceptances and rejections are in spam so people check your spam folders! Some schools don't update the portal for some reason
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Undergrad Institution: Top 50 (U.S), private. Top 75 in math.
Graduate Institution: Top 30 in math (U.S)
Major(s): BS in Mathematics
Major(s): MS in Mathematics
Undergraduate GPA: 3.81/4.0
Undergraduate math GPA:3.97/4.0
Graduate GPA:3.17/4.0 (this includes 2 Fs. This is explained in SOP)
Type of Student:Domestic, Male (white)
GRE Revised General Test: None
Q: xxx (xx%)
V: xxx (xx%)
W: x.x (xx%)
GRE Subject Test in Mathematics: None
M: xxx (xx%)
TOEFL Score: (xx = Rxx/Lxx/Sxx/Wxx) (if applicable)
Program Applying: Pure Math (Interest in Number Theory)
Research Experience: None
Awards/Honors/Recognitions: Highest Distinction in Mathematics (undergraduate).
Pertinent Activities or Jobs: Adjunct math professor at local 4 year college for 2 years. Taught statistics, probability (with calculus), and teaching calculus 1 and 2 for math majors. Also have 4+ years of tutoring work with company (for SAT, homework help, etc). Graduate teaching assistant for over 3 years. TA for abstract algebra, calc 1, calc 2. Grader for linear algebra, differential equations. Abstract algebra TA as an undergraduate.
Math Courses Taken: Graduate level: Abstract algebra, 3 commutative algebra, 2 algebraic number theory, linear algebra, measure theory, complex analysis, topology, algebraic topology, Galois cohomology. Undergraduate Level: Set theory, differential geometry, combinatorics, probability.
Any Miscellaneous Points that Might Help: Passed 5 qualifying exams (1 more than necessary) while in previous PhD program. These are in algebra, linear algebra, topology, real analysis, complex analysis. I also have a solid programming/computer science background (python, java, machine learning, algorithms, data structures, theory of computation).
Any Other Info That Shows Up On Your App and Might Matter: I was in a PhD program for 4 years, but because of mental health issues (imposter syndrome), I never did research or talked much to professors. I quit with masters, failing 2 courses in my last year due to depression. In my SOP I talk extensively about these issues and my personal growth these past 5 years, including all the tutoring and teaching I've been doing. How I've changed and why I'm more mature and ready this time. I have 2 undergraduate recommenders (they may be the strongest as they knew me the most), one from grad school, and one is from chair of current school I adjunct for. For some schools, I attached a 20 page paper (more at the undergraduate level) I wrote myself (indicating it was on my own entirely, and not published). For most schools, this is just mentioned on my resume. Not sure if I should have done this.
I'm really not sure about my prospects. I haven't gotten an acceptance yet, so it's making me very nervous.
Applying to Where:
Top 20
U Michigan  pure math / Submitted by deadline
UT Austin  pure math / Submitted by deadline
Cornell  pure math / Rejected! 1/31
Brown  pure math / Rejected! 2/1
UPenn  pure math / Submitted by deadline
UW Madison  pure math / Submitted by deadline
Top 35
Rutgers  pure math / Submitted by deadline
Johns Hopkins  pure math / Rejected! 2/9
Stony Brook  pure math / Submitted by deadline
Rice  pure math / Submitted by deadline
Ohio State  pure math / Submitted by deadline
U of Utah  pure math / Submitted by deadline
Top 75
Boston U  pure math / Submitted by deadline
U of Virginia  pure math / Submitted by deadline
U of Arizona  pure math / Submitted by deadline
U of Mass  pure math / Submitted by deadline
Emory  pure math / Submitted by deadline
UConn  pure math / Submitted by deadline
Graduate Institution: Top 30 in math (U.S)
Major(s): BS in Mathematics
Major(s): MS in Mathematics
Undergraduate GPA: 3.81/4.0
Undergraduate math GPA:3.97/4.0
Graduate GPA:3.17/4.0 (this includes 2 Fs. This is explained in SOP)
Type of Student:Domestic, Male (white)
GRE Revised General Test: None
Q: xxx (xx%)
V: xxx (xx%)
W: x.x (xx%)
GRE Subject Test in Mathematics: None
M: xxx (xx%)
TOEFL Score: (xx = Rxx/Lxx/Sxx/Wxx) (if applicable)
Program Applying: Pure Math (Interest in Number Theory)
Research Experience: None
Awards/Honors/Recognitions: Highest Distinction in Mathematics (undergraduate).
Pertinent Activities or Jobs: Adjunct math professor at local 4 year college for 2 years. Taught statistics, probability (with calculus), and teaching calculus 1 and 2 for math majors. Also have 4+ years of tutoring work with company (for SAT, homework help, etc). Graduate teaching assistant for over 3 years. TA for abstract algebra, calc 1, calc 2. Grader for linear algebra, differential equations. Abstract algebra TA as an undergraduate.
Math Courses Taken: Graduate level: Abstract algebra, 3 commutative algebra, 2 algebraic number theory, linear algebra, measure theory, complex analysis, topology, algebraic topology, Galois cohomology. Undergraduate Level: Set theory, differential geometry, combinatorics, probability.
Any Miscellaneous Points that Might Help: Passed 5 qualifying exams (1 more than necessary) while in previous PhD program. These are in algebra, linear algebra, topology, real analysis, complex analysis. I also have a solid programming/computer science background (python, java, machine learning, algorithms, data structures, theory of computation).
Any Other Info That Shows Up On Your App and Might Matter: I was in a PhD program for 4 years, but because of mental health issues (imposter syndrome), I never did research or talked much to professors. I quit with masters, failing 2 courses in my last year due to depression. In my SOP I talk extensively about these issues and my personal growth these past 5 years, including all the tutoring and teaching I've been doing. How I've changed and why I'm more mature and ready this time. I have 2 undergraduate recommenders (they may be the strongest as they knew me the most), one from grad school, and one is from chair of current school I adjunct for. For some schools, I attached a 20 page paper (more at the undergraduate level) I wrote myself (indicating it was on my own entirely, and not published). For most schools, this is just mentioned on my resume. Not sure if I should have done this.
I'm really not sure about my prospects. I haven't gotten an acceptance yet, so it's making me very nervous.
Applying to Where:
Top 20
U Michigan  pure math / Submitted by deadline
UT Austin  pure math / Submitted by deadline
Cornell  pure math / Rejected! 1/31
Brown  pure math / Rejected! 2/1
UPenn  pure math / Submitted by deadline
UW Madison  pure math / Submitted by deadline
Top 35
Rutgers  pure math / Submitted by deadline
Johns Hopkins  pure math / Rejected! 2/9
Stony Brook  pure math / Submitted by deadline
Rice  pure math / Submitted by deadline
Ohio State  pure math / Submitted by deadline
U of Utah  pure math / Submitted by deadline
Top 75
Boston U  pure math / Submitted by deadline
U of Virginia  pure math / Submitted by deadline
U of Arizona  pure math / Submitted by deadline
U of Mass  pure math / Submitted by deadline
Emory  pure math / Submitted by deadline
UConn  pure math / Submitted by deadline
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Re: 2022 Applicant Profiles and Admissions Results
Undergrad Institution: Southeastern Asia, 3 year Bachelors program. One of the topthree in my country.
Major(s): Math, Computer Science
Minor(s):
GPA: 3.97
Math GPA: 3.98
Type of Student: International Male
GRE Revised General Test:
Q: 169 (94%)
V: 158 (79%)
W: 4 (54%)
GRE Subject Test in Mathematics:
M: 870 (89%)
TOEFL Score: 105 = R29/L26/S22/W28 (MyBest: 112 = R30/L30/S22/W30)
Program Applying: Pure Math (Algebraic Geometry and Differential Geometry)
Research Experience: None. Read two papers on complex geometry. The REU's in my country are essentially directed reading projects, participated in two of them.
Awards/Honors/Recognitions: Second in batch (GPA wise). Cleared the National round of Math Olympiad in High School.
Pertinent Activities or Jobs: TAed six courses, including one graduate course.
Math Courses Taken: Eight graduate courses (including courses on Symplectic and Algebraic Geometry)
Any Miscellaneous Points that Might Help: One letter writer is pretty famous; one of the best algebraic geometers from my country. Wrote a pretty solid letter I suppose; they seemed to be impressed with me. Others were also quite well known internationally, and I would like to think I got decent letters from them too.
Any Other Info That Shows Up On Your App and Might Matter: Not really.
Applying to Where:
Donation: Princeton (Rejected), MIT (Rejected)
Hail Mary: UChicago (Waitlisted), UCBerkeley (Rejected), Columbia (Pending)
Good: UMich (Pending), Brown (Rejected), Yale (Rejected)
OK: UCSD (Accepted), StonyBrook (Pending), Northwestern (Waitlisted)
Uhh: Rutgers (Accepted), Johns Hopkins (Rejected)
Major(s): Math, Computer Science
Minor(s):
GPA: 3.97
Math GPA: 3.98
Type of Student: International Male
GRE Revised General Test:
Q: 169 (94%)
V: 158 (79%)
W: 4 (54%)
GRE Subject Test in Mathematics:
M: 870 (89%)
TOEFL Score: 105 = R29/L26/S22/W28 (MyBest: 112 = R30/L30/S22/W30)
Program Applying: Pure Math (Algebraic Geometry and Differential Geometry)
Research Experience: None. Read two papers on complex geometry. The REU's in my country are essentially directed reading projects, participated in two of them.
Awards/Honors/Recognitions: Second in batch (GPA wise). Cleared the National round of Math Olympiad in High School.
Pertinent Activities or Jobs: TAed six courses, including one graduate course.
Math Courses Taken: Eight graduate courses (including courses on Symplectic and Algebraic Geometry)
Any Miscellaneous Points that Might Help: One letter writer is pretty famous; one of the best algebraic geometers from my country. Wrote a pretty solid letter I suppose; they seemed to be impressed with me. Others were also quite well known internationally, and I would like to think I got decent letters from them too.
Any Other Info That Shows Up On Your App and Might Matter: Not really.
Applying to Where:
Donation: Princeton (Rejected), MIT (Rejected)
Hail Mary: UChicago (Waitlisted), UCBerkeley (Rejected), Columbia (Pending)
Good: UMich (Pending), Brown (Rejected), Yale (Rejected)
OK: UCSD (Accepted), StonyBrook (Pending), Northwestern (Waitlisted)
Uhh: Rutgers (Accepted), Johns Hopkins (Rejected)
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Re: 2022 Applicant Profiles and Admissions Results
Does anyone know the chance of getting off the waitlist at Tufts? I've been notified by the director that they have very limited spots available this year, but I'm still very interested in their applied math group.
Re: 2022 Applicant Profiles and Admissions Results
Undergrad Institution: Big State School
Major(s): Mathematics
Minor(s):
GPA: 3.86
Math GPA: 3.86
Type of Student: DAM
GRE Revised General Test: took it, but it doesn't matter at all, except for NYU, which requires it.
GRE Subject Test in Mathematics:
M: 850 (85%) (taken 09/11/2021)
Program Applying: Pure Math (interested in analysis and discrete mathematics)
Research Experience: REU between 1st and second year. Otherwise nothing.
Awards/Honors/Recognitions: Undergraduate TA award
Pertinent Activities or Jobs: TA for various undergraduate math courses. Counselor for Ross Mathematics Program, REU (mentioned above)
Math Courses Taken: Most undergrad courses, and several graduate courses (real/complex analysis, dynamical systems, differential geometry, algebraic topology, riemann surfaces)
Any Miscellaneous Points that Might Help: One of my letter writers likes me. Not 100% sure about the other two.
Applying to Where: (Color use here is welcome)
Chicago  Rejected 1/21
Hopkins  Admitted 1/27
NYU  Pending
CMU  Rejected 4/1
MIT  Rejected 2/7
Brown  Rejected 2/1
Northwestern  Rejected 2/8
UIUC  Rejected 2/11
Wisconsin  Rejected 2/15
Michigan  Rejected 3/4
MSU  Admitted 3/1. Declined (hope it helps someone!)
Stanford  Rejected 2/19
Caltech  Rejected 2/8
UCLA  Rejected 3/11
UCB  Rejected 2/4 (rejection was in spam)
Probably everywhere still pending is doomed;
Major(s): Mathematics
Minor(s):
GPA: 3.86
Math GPA: 3.86
Type of Student: DAM
GRE Revised General Test: took it, but it doesn't matter at all, except for NYU, which requires it.
GRE Subject Test in Mathematics:
M: 850 (85%) (taken 09/11/2021)
Program Applying: Pure Math (interested in analysis and discrete mathematics)
Research Experience: REU between 1st and second year. Otherwise nothing.
Awards/Honors/Recognitions: Undergraduate TA award
Pertinent Activities or Jobs: TA for various undergraduate math courses. Counselor for Ross Mathematics Program, REU (mentioned above)
Math Courses Taken: Most undergrad courses, and several graduate courses (real/complex analysis, dynamical systems, differential geometry, algebraic topology, riemann surfaces)
Any Miscellaneous Points that Might Help: One of my letter writers likes me. Not 100% sure about the other two.
Applying to Where: (Color use here is welcome)
Chicago  Rejected 1/21
Hopkins  Admitted 1/27
NYU  Pending
CMU  Rejected 4/1
MIT  Rejected 2/7
Brown  Rejected 2/1
Northwestern  Rejected 2/8
UIUC  Rejected 2/11
Wisconsin  Rejected 2/15
Michigan  Rejected 3/4
MSU  Admitted 3/1. Declined (hope it helps someone!)
Stanford  Rejected 2/19
Caltech  Rejected 2/8
UCLA  Rejected 3/11
UCB  Rejected 2/4 (rejection was in spam)
Probably everywhere still pending is doomed;
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Re: 2022 Applicant Profiles and Admissions Results
Did anyone hear back from NYU?
Re: 2022 Applicant Profiles and Admissions Results
May I ask how were you informed of the UCLA decision? I still didn't receive anything from them.mindyummy wrote: ↑Thu Sep 09, 2021 6:55 pmUndergrad Institution: Large Public University
Major(s): Mathematics and Geology
Minor(s): Computer Science
GPA: 3.68 out of 4.00
Type of Student: Domestic white female
GRE Revised General Test:
it's an embarrassment
GRE Subject Test in Mathematics:
M: xxx (xx%) cancelled
Program Applying: Pure Math
Research Experience: Writing a senior thesis in algebraic geometry. Also attended couple talks and a workshop virtually.
Awards/Honors/Recognitions: Some university and department scholarship and awards. Will be graduating with honors.
Pertinent Activities or Jobs: Tutored and TAed college algebra, business math, trigonometry precalculus and business calculus.
Any Miscellaneous Points that Might Help: Female.
Math courses:
(undergraduate) Abstract Algebra 1+2, Advanced Calculus 1+2, Combinatorics, Algebraic Combinatorics, Graph Theory, Intro to Proofs/Discrete Math, Complex Analysis, Intro to Mathematical Statistics, Linear Algebra 1+2, ODE, PDE, Topology, Differential Geometry, Numerical Analysis, Number Theory
(graduate) Real analysis 1+2, algebra 1+2, algebraic topology, differential topology
Any Other Info That Shows Up On Your App and Might Matter: I'm domestic? I have 4 recommendations letters. I don't think instate schools will give me any more chances than an outofstate school per my parent's residency. And I don't think my parents' alum school matters. So no, in short.
Applying to Where: (Color use here is welcome)
Listed roughly in order of preference
1. Caltech  rejected February
2. Princeton  rejected early February
3. UChicago  rejected January
4. Brown  rejected early February
5. UC Berkeley  accepted early February
6. UCLA  rejected early February
7. Cornell  accepted late January
8. Duke  interviewed January and rejected early February
9. Michigan  submitted
10. Georgia Tech  accepted late January
11. UW Madison  cancelled application
12. UIUC  accepted early February
13. Minnesota  cancelled application
14. Ohio State  accepted late December declined offer
Honestly don't know what to expect this year, maybe it's going to be more competitive than last year or maybe less so. Better safe than sorry, so I'm applying to as many as I can afford (the money and time). I think it's worth it, especially it means I can get into somewhere better.

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Re: 2022 Applicant Profiles and Admissions Results
Do you know if you were placed on some sort of waitlist, or did the director simply say it was highly unlikely?
By the way, congrats on all of your other offers!
Re: 2022 Applicant Profiles and Admissions Results
Undergrad Institution: Ivy
Major(s): Math
Minor(s): N/A
GPA: 3.97
Math GPA: 3.96
Type of Student: Domestic Male Asian
GRE Revised General Test:
Q: 170 (96%)
V: 161 (88%)
W: 4.0 (55%)
GRE Subject Test in Mathematics: Did not take
TOEFL Score: (xx = Rxx/Lxx/Sxx/Wxx) (if applicable)
Program Applying: Pure Math PhDs, interested in number theory
Research Experience: Did a independent study at my school in cryptography, produced an honors thesis, not published
Pertinent Activities or Jobs: Tutor and TA for 3 years (cal, abstract algebra, graph theory), ROSS Counselor, a nonresearch math program in China
Math Courses Taken: Just as typical, with about 5 grad courses and all A's.
Any Miscellaneous Points that Might Help: Not really
Any Other Info That Shows Up On Your App and Might Matter: Not really
Applying to Where: (Color use here is welcome)
Reach
Caltech Rejected early Feb
Northwestern Rejected early Feb
UCSD Accepted late Feb
University of Washington Rejected mid Mar
Boston College Rejected late Feb
Rice Rejected late March
Dartmouth Rejected early Feb
Match/Not so Reach
UMD Rejected late April
University of Minnesota rejected early March
UIUC Rejected mid Feb
OSU Waitlisted, declined position on waitlist
Georgia Tech rejected early April
Purdue Accepted early Feb Declined offer
Texas A&M Accepted late Feb Declined offer
Safety
UMass Amherst Accepted early Feb Declined offer
University of Arizona noticed waitlist, asked for interview. Declined waitlist
University of Oklahoma Accepted early March Declined offer
I applied last year and didn't get into any programs. This year I am being more conservative with school choices. Pretty happy with UCSD, as they rejected me last year.
Major(s): Math
Minor(s): N/A
GPA: 3.97
Math GPA: 3.96
Type of Student: Domestic Male Asian
GRE Revised General Test:
Q: 170 (96%)
V: 161 (88%)
W: 4.0 (55%)
GRE Subject Test in Mathematics: Did not take
TOEFL Score: (xx = Rxx/Lxx/Sxx/Wxx) (if applicable)
Program Applying: Pure Math PhDs, interested in number theory
Research Experience: Did a independent study at my school in cryptography, produced an honors thesis, not published
Pertinent Activities or Jobs: Tutor and TA for 3 years (cal, abstract algebra, graph theory), ROSS Counselor, a nonresearch math program in China
Math Courses Taken: Just as typical, with about 5 grad courses and all A's.
Any Miscellaneous Points that Might Help: Not really
Any Other Info That Shows Up On Your App and Might Matter: Not really
Applying to Where: (Color use here is welcome)
Reach
Caltech Rejected early Feb
Northwestern Rejected early Feb
UCSD Accepted late Feb
University of Washington Rejected mid Mar
Boston College Rejected late Feb
Rice Rejected late March
Dartmouth Rejected early Feb
Match/Not so Reach
UMD Rejected late April
University of Minnesota rejected early March
UIUC Rejected mid Feb
OSU Waitlisted, declined position on waitlist
Georgia Tech rejected early April
Purdue Accepted early Feb Declined offer
Texas A&M Accepted late Feb Declined offer
Safety
UMass Amherst Accepted early Feb Declined offer
University of Arizona noticed waitlist, asked for interview. Declined waitlist
University of Oklahoma Accepted early March Declined offer
I applied last year and didn't get into any programs. This year I am being more conservative with school choices. Pretty happy with UCSD, as they rejected me last year.
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Re: 2022 Applicant Profiles and Admissions Results
my response was very short tooaxiomofchoice wrote: ↑Thu Feb 10, 2022 12:41 amDo you know if you were placed on some sort of waitlist, or did the director simply say it was highly unlikely?
By the way, congrats on all of your other offers!
highly unlikely  so basically rejection ...
I know U Oregon and U Washington accepted 2 people (disjoint) at my school acceptances w/o funding, so that's basically a rejection too.

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Re: 2022 Applicant Profiles and Admissions Results
Where the Washington results for pure math or applied?kaubrey wrote: ↑Thu Feb 10, 2022 3:12 pmmy response was very short tooaxiomofchoice wrote: ↑Thu Feb 10, 2022 12:41 amDo you know if you were placed on some sort of waitlist, or did the director simply say it was highly unlikely?
By the way, congrats on all of your other offers!
highly unlikely  so basically rejection ...
I know U Oregon and U Washington accepted 2 people (disjoint) at my school acceptances w/o funding, so that's basically a rejection too.

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Re: 2022 Applicant Profiles and Admissions Results
Does anyone know what the average stipend is for UC schools? I got an offer for 23k for 3 quarters(summer not included) at UC Davis, which I thought was on the low side... I was wondering what offers other people got for California schools. Also, is it easy to get a position to teach over the summer to get some extra cash?

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Re: 2022 Applicant Profiles and Admissions Results
UCs are notorious for horrifically underpaying their grad students. They literally protested not too long ago because of the terrible pay. Summer instruction opportunities varies from department to department. Welcome to CA, I guess.Bolbbalgan4 Bom wrote: ↑Fri Feb 11, 2022 3:15 pmDoes anyone know what the average stipend is for UC schools? I got an offer for 23k for 3 quarters(summer not included) at UC Davis, which I thought was on the low side... I was wondering what offers other people got for California schools. Also, is it easy to get a position to teach over the summer to get some extra cash?

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Re: 2022 Applicant Profiles and Admissions Results
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Re: 2022 Applicant Profiles and Admissions Results
Undergrad Institution: State school
Major(s): Physics
Minor(s): Math
GPA: 3.79/4.0
Math GPA: 3.86/4.0
Type of Student: Domestic Hispanic Male
Grad Institution: same as undergrad
Masters: M.S. Certificate Applied Math
GPA: 4.0/4.0
GRE Revised General Test
Q: 169 (94%)
V: 160 (85%)
W: 5 (91%)
GRE Subject Test in Mathematics
M: 760 (67%)
Program Applying: PhD in Math or Applied Math (I will specify by program)
Research Experience: 1 year of physics research in optics
Awards/Honors/Recognitions: Cum Laude, multiple scholarships awards
Pertinent Activities or Jobs: I tutored calculus, diff eq, linear algebra, PDEs, abstract algebra, combinatorics, classical mechanics, and EM.
Math Courses Taken: Calc series, Diff EQ, PDEs, Complex Analysis, Linear Algebra, Applied Math 1, Applied Math 2, Math of Data Structures and Networks 1, Math of Data Structures and Networks 2
Any Miscellaneous Points that Might Help: I have self taught abstract algebra, real analysis, combinatorics, and graph theory. I have tutored topics related to these before, and I included examples of worked problems on my tutoring website (linked on my CV). I also have done a lot of coding so I linked my GitHub on my CV.
Any Other Info That Shows Up On Your App and Might Matter: I stopped research in undergrad, since I have to work to cover an unexpected medical expense. I took a gap year before starting the masters certificate due to uncertainty with COVID.
Applying to Where
Reach
University of Washington: Offered Unfunded Applied & Computational Math Masters 1/27/2022
UCSD: Rejected Math PhD 3/3/2022
Oregon: Rejected Math PhD 2/3/2022
Utah: Rejected Math PhD 3/5/2021
Match/Not So Reach
Oregon State: Math PhD Applied 12/30/2021
Kansas State: Offered funded Math PhD 2/22/2022
Washington State: Offered funded Math PhD 2/11/2022
Major(s): Physics
Minor(s): Math
GPA: 3.79/4.0
Math GPA: 3.86/4.0
Type of Student: Domestic Hispanic Male
Grad Institution: same as undergrad
Masters: M.S. Certificate Applied Math
GPA: 4.0/4.0
GRE Revised General Test
Q: 169 (94%)
V: 160 (85%)
W: 5 (91%)
GRE Subject Test in Mathematics
M: 760 (67%)
Program Applying: PhD in Math or Applied Math (I will specify by program)
Research Experience: 1 year of physics research in optics
Awards/Honors/Recognitions: Cum Laude, multiple scholarships awards
Pertinent Activities or Jobs: I tutored calculus, diff eq, linear algebra, PDEs, abstract algebra, combinatorics, classical mechanics, and EM.
Math Courses Taken: Calc series, Diff EQ, PDEs, Complex Analysis, Linear Algebra, Applied Math 1, Applied Math 2, Math of Data Structures and Networks 1, Math of Data Structures and Networks 2
Any Miscellaneous Points that Might Help: I have self taught abstract algebra, real analysis, combinatorics, and graph theory. I have tutored topics related to these before, and I included examples of worked problems on my tutoring website (linked on my CV). I also have done a lot of coding so I linked my GitHub on my CV.
Any Other Info That Shows Up On Your App and Might Matter: I stopped research in undergrad, since I have to work to cover an unexpected medical expense. I took a gap year before starting the masters certificate due to uncertainty with COVID.
Applying to Where
Reach
University of Washington: Offered Unfunded Applied & Computational Math Masters 1/27/2022
UCSD: Rejected Math PhD 3/3/2022
Oregon: Rejected Math PhD 2/3/2022
Utah: Rejected Math PhD 3/5/2021
Match/Not So Reach
Oregon State: Math PhD Applied 12/30/2021
Kansas State: Offered funded Math PhD 2/22/2022
Washington State: Offered funded Math PhD 2/11/2022
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Re: 2022 Applicant Profiles and Admissions Results
Undergrad Institution: Big state (T20 in math)
Major(s): Math
Minor(s): N/A
GPA: Overall 3.95; Math 3.93
Type of Student: International Male Minority
GRE Revised General Test:
Q: 169 (94%)
V: 163 (92%)
W: 4 (54%)
GRE Subject Test in Mathematics:
Didnt take due to travel difficulty
TOEFL Score: 106 = R29/L27/S23/W27
Program Applying: Mainly algebraic number theory
Research Experience: One trivial paper on arxiv that would not count. Mentioned in my CV another "paper" out of a semester project in algebraic number theory and a different class project. Spent the summer working on a topic that interested me.
Awards/Honors/Recognitions: Dean's list; a monetary award from my department.
Pertinent Activities or Jobs: Graded once for my department. Some volunteer tutoring in the past and at the present.
Any Miscellaneous Points that Might Help: 8 graduate classes by graduation. Two recommenders are famous in my direction, yet not sure how strong one of the letters is. One strong rec from an elderly faculty (there is a theorem named after him in AG). Given my admission results, I don't believe my minority identity helped.
UChicago Declined (14 Jan) I wish they notified me by email.
Caltech Declined (8 Feb)
Stanford Declined (10 Feb)(emailed the director)
Columbia Declined (10 Mar)
UCLA
Brown Declined (1 Feb)
Duke Declined (3 Feb)
Michigan Declined (4 Mar)
Cornell Declined (11 Mar)
UCSB Declined (10 Mar)
UCSD Declined (18 Mar)
McGill
Boston Declined (8 Mar)
Penn State Declined (10 Mar)
Arizona
JHU Declined (9 Feb)
Wisconsin  Madison Declined (15 Feb) both my advisor and I were shocked by the rejection
Rochester Accepted (22 Feb) 20k Stipend
Maryland  College Park
Minnesota  Twin Cities
Bonn (master) Accepted (25 Jan) will decline
ETH (master) Declined (4 Mar)
ALGANT (master) Accepted. Halffunded. (10 Mar) will decline
University of Copenhagen Declined (18 Mar)
LSGNT
CUNY
UC Irvine
Major(s): Math
Minor(s): N/A
GPA: Overall 3.95; Math 3.93
Type of Student: International Male Minority
GRE Revised General Test:
Q: 169 (94%)
V: 163 (92%)
W: 4 (54%)
GRE Subject Test in Mathematics:
Didnt take due to travel difficulty
TOEFL Score: 106 = R29/L27/S23/W27
Program Applying: Mainly algebraic number theory
Research Experience: One trivial paper on arxiv that would not count. Mentioned in my CV another "paper" out of a semester project in algebraic number theory and a different class project. Spent the summer working on a topic that interested me.
Awards/Honors/Recognitions: Dean's list; a monetary award from my department.
Pertinent Activities or Jobs: Graded once for my department. Some volunteer tutoring in the past and at the present.
Any Miscellaneous Points that Might Help: 8 graduate classes by graduation. Two recommenders are famous in my direction, yet not sure how strong one of the letters is. One strong rec from an elderly faculty (there is a theorem named after him in AG). Given my admission results, I don't believe my minority identity helped.
UChicago Declined (14 Jan) I wish they notified me by email.
Caltech Declined (8 Feb)
Stanford Declined (10 Feb)(emailed the director)
Columbia Declined (10 Mar)
UCLA
Brown Declined (1 Feb)
Duke Declined (3 Feb)
Michigan Declined (4 Mar)
Cornell Declined (11 Mar)
UCSB Declined (10 Mar)
UCSD Declined (18 Mar)
McGill
Boston Declined (8 Mar)
Penn State Declined (10 Mar)
Arizona
JHU Declined (9 Feb)
Wisconsin  Madison Declined (15 Feb) both my advisor and I were shocked by the rejection
Rochester Accepted (22 Feb) 20k Stipend
Maryland  College Park
Minnesota  Twin Cities
Bonn (master) Accepted (25 Jan) will decline
ETH (master) Declined (4 Mar)
ALGANT (master) Accepted. Halffunded. (10 Mar) will decline
University of Copenhagen Declined (18 Mar)
LSGNT
CUNY
UC Irvine
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Undergrad Institution: California big state school
Major(s): applied math
GPA: 3.75 (terrible first year class and ge class)
Math GPA: 3.83 (4.0 upper)
Type of Student: International female, not minority
GRE Revised General Test:
Q: 168
V: 159
W: 3.5
GRE Subject Test in Mathematics: N/A
Program Applying: Applied Math
Research Experience: 2 years at my university, several months in my home country, no publication.
Awards/Honors/Recognitions: honor list
Applying to Where: (Color use here is welcome)
reach:
BU  PhD / Admitted/Rejected/Waitlisted/Pending on (date) / Accepted/Declined
Wustl  PhD Admitted
USC  PhD / Admitted/Rejected/Waitlisted/Pending on (date) / Accepted/Declined
UCSD  PhD Admitted My dream school since I love San Diego Zoo
UCI  PhD / Admitted/Rejected/Waitlisted/Pending on (date) / Accepted/Declined
Brandies  PhD / Admitted/Rejected/Waitlisted/Pending on (date) / Accepted/Declined
Northeastern  PhD / Admitted/Rejected/Waitlisted/Pending on (date) / Accepted/Declined
Georgia tech  PhD / Admitted/Rejected/Waitlisted/Pending on (date) / Accepted/Declined
Purdue  PhD / Admitted/Rejected/Waitlisted/Pending on (date) / Accepted/Declined
UCD  PhD / Admitted/Rejected/Waitlisted/Pending on (date) / Accepted/Declined
match:
Emory  PhD / Admitted/Rejected/Waitlisted/Pending on (date) / Accepted/Declined
Dartmouth  PhD Admitted
Major(s): applied math
GPA: 3.75 (terrible first year class and ge class)
Math GPA: 3.83 (4.0 upper)
Type of Student: International female, not minority
GRE Revised General Test:
Q: 168
V: 159
W: 3.5
GRE Subject Test in Mathematics: N/A
Program Applying: Applied Math
Research Experience: 2 years at my university, several months in my home country, no publication.
Awards/Honors/Recognitions: honor list
Applying to Where: (Color use here is welcome)
reach:
BU  PhD / Admitted/Rejected/Waitlisted/Pending on (date) / Accepted/Declined
Wustl  PhD Admitted
USC  PhD / Admitted/Rejected/Waitlisted/Pending on (date) / Accepted/Declined
UCSD  PhD Admitted My dream school since I love San Diego Zoo
UCI  PhD / Admitted/Rejected/Waitlisted/Pending on (date) / Accepted/Declined
Brandies  PhD / Admitted/Rejected/Waitlisted/Pending on (date) / Accepted/Declined
Northeastern  PhD / Admitted/Rejected/Waitlisted/Pending on (date) / Accepted/Declined
Georgia tech  PhD / Admitted/Rejected/Waitlisted/Pending on (date) / Accepted/Declined
Purdue  PhD / Admitted/Rejected/Waitlisted/Pending on (date) / Accepted/Declined
UCD  PhD / Admitted/Rejected/Waitlisted/Pending on (date) / Accepted/Declined
match:
Emory  PhD / Admitted/Rejected/Waitlisted/Pending on (date) / Accepted/Declined
Dartmouth  PhD Admitted

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 Joined: Mon Feb 14, 2022 11:15 am
Re: 2022 Applicant Profiles and Admissions Results
Undergrad Institution: Top Liberal Arts
Major(s): Math and Linguistics
Minor(s): 
GPA: 3.98/4
Math GPA: 4/4
Type of Student: International Latino Male
GRE Revised General Test:
N/A
GRE Subject Test in Mathematics:
[N/A
TOEFL Score: N/A
Program Applying: Pure Math (Algebra/Combinatorics)
Research Experience: Senior Thesis in progress on alg comb related to alg geo, 2 REUs with 2 papers submitted and 1 in preparation
Awards/Honors/Recognitions: Mostly within School
Pertinent Activities or Jobs: TA, Diversity initiatives in math
Math Courses Taken: all the standard, did exhaust my schools pure math classes and have a few from other places
Any Miscellaneous Points that Might Help: recommenders seem to be wellconnected in the field
Any Other Info That Shows Up On Your App and Might Matter:
Applying to Where:
MIT rejected 2/07
UCLA rejected 3/12
Cornell
UIUC rejected 2/11
U Michigan interview 2/11 > accepted 3/08 > ATTENDING!
U Minnesota
U Wash accepted 3/04 > declined
Dartmouth interview 1/15 > accepted 1/26 > declined
North Carolina State accepted 3/03 > declined
U Mass Amherst
UC Davis
U Waterloo (C&O Masters)  accepted 2/09 > declined
a little late to the game but i figured id add my profile for future reference
interview dates are invitation not actual interview
Major(s): Math and Linguistics
Minor(s): 
GPA: 3.98/4
Math GPA: 4/4
Type of Student: International Latino Male
GRE Revised General Test:
N/A
GRE Subject Test in Mathematics:
[N/A
TOEFL Score: N/A
Program Applying: Pure Math (Algebra/Combinatorics)
Research Experience: Senior Thesis in progress on alg comb related to alg geo, 2 REUs with 2 papers submitted and 1 in preparation
Awards/Honors/Recognitions: Mostly within School
Pertinent Activities or Jobs: TA, Diversity initiatives in math
Math Courses Taken: all the standard, did exhaust my schools pure math classes and have a few from other places
Any Miscellaneous Points that Might Help: recommenders seem to be wellconnected in the field
Any Other Info That Shows Up On Your App and Might Matter:
Applying to Where:
MIT rejected 2/07
UCLA rejected 3/12
Cornell
UIUC rejected 2/11
U Michigan interview 2/11 > accepted 3/08 > ATTENDING!
U Minnesota
U Wash accepted 3/04 > declined
Dartmouth interview 1/15 > accepted 1/26 > declined
North Carolina State accepted 3/03 > declined
U Mass Amherst
UC Davis
U Waterloo (C&O Masters)  accepted 2/09 > declined
a little late to the game but i figured id add my profile for future reference
interview dates are invitation not actual interview
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Re: 2022 Applicant Profiles and Admissions Results
Seeing that some of the programs I have not yet heard back from are offering waitlist positions to other applicants, I'm wondering whether there would still be a chance for me to be admitted (rather than being put in the waitlist if not rejected). In general, how does this work? I'm pretty confused.

 Posts: 1
 Joined: Thu Feb 17, 2022 5:33 am
Re: 2022 Applicant Profiles and Admissions Results
Undergrad Institution: Small liberal arts
Major(s): Mathematics; Financial Economics
Minor(s): Asian Studies
GPA: 3.840/4
Math GPA: 3.734/4, not official
Type of Student: Domestic, Male, White
GRE Revised General Test:
Q: 165
V: 165
W: 4.5
GRE Subject Test in Mathematics: Did not take
Program Applying: Some Math, some Statistics depending on department
Research Experience: No math REUs, I didn't start thinking about grad school until it was too late. One month with an Econ professor at my home school that was barely worth the mention in my SOP, just to check the box of "formal research experience." I submitted a draft of some stuff I was working on alongside each of my applications as a Hail Mary.
Awards/Honors/Recognitions: Department award for each major. Scholarship from the Taiwanese government supporting a year of Chinese study over there... totally unrelated but might make the application unique. Magna cum laude. Little awards here and there.
Pertinent Activities or Jobs: Tutored for my college's math help center for four semesters, mostly Economics but some Statistics too and Calc every so often.
Math Courses Taken: Calc track, linear algebra, abstract, elementary diff equations, PDEs, real analysis, complex analysis, numerical analysis, intro combinatorics, analysis of algorithms, plus several courses in probability, statistics, and financial math. Some Econ courses that could be considered applied math if you squint hard enough.
Any Other Info That Shows Up On Your App and Might Matter: Took the GRE for the Fall 2021 application cycle. I didn't make it in anywhere so I'm reapplying this cycle. Although I think I could have improved on my scores, I was ultimately a little too lazy to retake it. I only sent those GRE scores to programs that either required them or strongly recommended them.
Applying to Where (roughly in order of preference):
Berkeley  Statistics PhD / Rejected on 2/8/22
USC  Math PhD / Rejected on 4/12/22
NYU Courant  Math PhD / Admitted to MA on 3/22/22  Admitted to unfunded Masters  Declined offer
Carnegie Mellon  Math PhD / Rejected on 4/1/22
UC Davis  Math PhD / Rejected on 4/8/22
UIUC  Math PhD / Rejected on 2/12/22
UIC  Math PhD / Rejected on 5/5/22
Michigan  Math PhD / Rejected on 3/5/22
Purdue  Math PhD / Accepted on 4/14/22  Tuition remission + ~$20,000/yr TAship  Attending!
Purdue  Statistics PhD / Rejected on 4/20/22
Dartmouth  Math PhD / Rejected on 2/3/22
Colorado State  Math PhD / Accepted on 2/16/22  Tuition remission + $2100/mo TAship  Declined offer
Minnesota  Statistics PhD / Rejected on 4/19/22
Iowa State  Math PhD / Rejected on 5/2/22
Montana  Math PhD / Admitted to MA on 3/4/22  This department sounds like they're short on funding, don't include it as a safety before getting an idea of how many PhD students they can support  Declined offer
Major(s): Mathematics; Financial Economics
Minor(s): Asian Studies
GPA: 3.840/4
Math GPA: 3.734/4, not official
Type of Student: Domestic, Male, White
GRE Revised General Test:
Q: 165
V: 165
W: 4.5
GRE Subject Test in Mathematics: Did not take
Program Applying: Some Math, some Statistics depending on department
Research Experience: No math REUs, I didn't start thinking about grad school until it was too late. One month with an Econ professor at my home school that was barely worth the mention in my SOP, just to check the box of "formal research experience." I submitted a draft of some stuff I was working on alongside each of my applications as a Hail Mary.
Awards/Honors/Recognitions: Department award for each major. Scholarship from the Taiwanese government supporting a year of Chinese study over there... totally unrelated but might make the application unique. Magna cum laude. Little awards here and there.
Pertinent Activities or Jobs: Tutored for my college's math help center for four semesters, mostly Economics but some Statistics too and Calc every so often.
Math Courses Taken: Calc track, linear algebra, abstract, elementary diff equations, PDEs, real analysis, complex analysis, numerical analysis, intro combinatorics, analysis of algorithms, plus several courses in probability, statistics, and financial math. Some Econ courses that could be considered applied math if you squint hard enough.
Any Other Info That Shows Up On Your App and Might Matter: Took the GRE for the Fall 2021 application cycle. I didn't make it in anywhere so I'm reapplying this cycle. Although I think I could have improved on my scores, I was ultimately a little too lazy to retake it. I only sent those GRE scores to programs that either required them or strongly recommended them.
Applying to Where (roughly in order of preference):
Berkeley  Statistics PhD / Rejected on 2/8/22
USC  Math PhD / Rejected on 4/12/22
NYU Courant  Math PhD / Admitted to MA on 3/22/22  Admitted to unfunded Masters  Declined offer
Carnegie Mellon  Math PhD / Rejected on 4/1/22
UC Davis  Math PhD / Rejected on 4/8/22
UIUC  Math PhD / Rejected on 2/12/22
UIC  Math PhD / Rejected on 5/5/22
Michigan  Math PhD / Rejected on 3/5/22
Purdue  Math PhD / Accepted on 4/14/22  Tuition remission + ~$20,000/yr TAship  Attending!
Purdue  Statistics PhD / Rejected on 4/20/22
Dartmouth  Math PhD / Rejected on 2/3/22
Colorado State  Math PhD / Accepted on 2/16/22  Tuition remission + $2100/mo TAship  Declined offer
Minnesota  Statistics PhD / Rejected on 4/19/22
Iowa State  Math PhD / Rejected on 5/2/22
Montana  Math PhD / Admitted to MA on 3/4/22  This department sounds like they're short on funding, don't include it as a safety before getting an idea of how many PhD students they can support  Declined offer
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Re: 2022 Applicant Profiles and Admissions Results
Undergrad Institution: Flagship
Major(s): Mathematics
Minor(s): None
GPA: 3.92/4
Math GPA: 4/4
Type of Student: International Asian Male
GRE Revised General Test:
Q: 168
V: 162
W: 3.5
GRE Subject Test in Mathematics:
830(81%) taken on 9/11
850(85%) taken on 10/23
Program Applying: Phd in Mathematics
Research Experience: None but a thesis
Awards/Honors/Recognitions: Dean's lists and none other.
Pertinent Activities or Jobs: worked (unpaid position) as a Learning Assistant on calculus
Math Courses Taken: usual undergrad series + 8 grad courses by graduation
Any Other Info That Shows Up On Your App and Might Matter: I'm an Asian xd
Oh dear, another dogged contender.
Applying to Where(roughly in order of preference):
UChicagorejected
UMichrejected ff
UWisconsinMadisionrejected
UPennrejected _
UCSD
UWashington
UIUCrejected
Ohio Stateaccepted
Penn Stateaccepted
UUtah
UIC
UVA
USC
Boston U
Major(s): Mathematics
Minor(s): None
GPA: 3.92/4
Math GPA: 4/4
Type of Student: International Asian Male
GRE Revised General Test:
Q: 168
V: 162
W: 3.5
GRE Subject Test in Mathematics:
830(81%) taken on 9/11
850(85%) taken on 10/23
Program Applying: Phd in Mathematics
Research Experience: None but a thesis
Awards/Honors/Recognitions: Dean's lists and none other.
Pertinent Activities or Jobs: worked (unpaid position) as a Learning Assistant on calculus
Math Courses Taken: usual undergrad series + 8 grad courses by graduation
Any Other Info That Shows Up On Your App and Might Matter: I'm an Asian xd
Oh dear, another dogged contender.
Applying to Where(roughly in order of preference):
UChicagorejected
UMichrejected ff
UWisconsinMadisionrejected
UPennrejected _
UCSD
UWashington
UIUCrejected
Ohio Stateaccepted
Penn Stateaccepted
UUtah
UIC
UVA
USC
Boston U
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Re: 2022 Applicant Profiles and Admissions Results
I think it matters for top schools, but not so much for less competitive schools. It is much easier to overlook a low overall GPA when most people's applications are missing something in a particular area than for the top schools where so many people have applications that are outstanding in all areas.Jerry99 wrote: ↑Fri Feb 04, 2022 8:06 pmI have the same overall GPA and major GPA as you! But I heard that overall GPA is not very important in math Ph.D. application?coolar wrote: ↑Sat Oct 02, 2021 1:28 amSchool: Small Liberal Arts
Major(s): Applied Math, Biology
Minor(s): n/a
GPA: 3.52 (Math: 3.82)
Type of Student: DWM
GRE Revised General Test: Took while sick
Q: 164 (81%)
V: 157 (75%)
W: 4.5 (80%)
GRE Subject Test in Mathematics:
M: Not taking.
TOEFL Score: n/a
Program Applying: Applied math unless noted. Interested in modeling biological systems.
Research Experience: Summer research project in combinatorial and algebraic topology. One paper that will be published soon.
Awards/Honors/Recognitions: Departmental scholarships for academics and quality of research, dean's list.
Pertinent Activities or Jobs: Math grader for 3 years, microbiology TA for 1 year.
Any Miscellaneous Points that Might Help: Probably not lol.
Any Other Info That Shows Up On Your App and Might Matter: Mental health problems freshman year (2.52 GPA first semester). Nothing else...
Applying to Where: Roughly in order of preference.
Big Reach:
WisconsinMadison  submitted 12/3
UCDavis  submitted 12/15
CUBoulder  submitted 11/13
UIUC (Math)  submitted 12/3
Reach:
Michigan State  submitted 11/14
Brandeis (Math)  submitted 12/15
MassAmherst (Math)  submitted 12/15
Match:
Delaware  submitted 12/15
Arizona State  submitted 11/23, accepted 1/25, TAship for 5 years ($20k for 9 months) 1/26
UCRiverside  submitted 11/28
North Carolina State (Biomath)  submitted 1/3
Oregon State (Math)  submitted 12/15
Safety:
CUDenver  submitted 12/15
Note: I only applied to so many big reach schools because my parents went to one of them and two of my recommenders went to two others and convinced me to apply. Unless money is not a problem, I would advise only applying to 12 big reach schools/dream schools.
Edit 1/27: Extremely excited about getting in somewhere. I did not think anyone would want me due to my unknown school and low overall GPA. I withdrew a few apps and deleted them from the list above.

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 Joined: Wed Nov 25, 2020 12:57 am
Re: U of Arizona, U of Georgia, CUNY, UMass, MSU
Hey! I got into UMass a while ago, but I will be declining the offer soon. Hopefully they'll have some spots open up! Best of luck!

 Posts: 17
 Joined: Sun Feb 20, 2022 3:49 am
Re: 2022 Applicant Profiles and Admissions Results
Anybody got into RIPSUCLA 2022?
When is the result coming out?
When is the result coming out?

 Posts: 8
 Joined: Sat Jul 27, 2019 1:00 pm
Re: 2022 Applicant Profiles and Admissions Results
How did you find the decision from OSU? Has the application portal changed?zyf123 wrote: ↑Thu Feb 17, 2022 6:46 pmUndergrad Institution: Flagship
Major(s): Mathematics
Minor(s): None
GPA: 3.92/4
Math GPA: 4/4
Type of Student: International Asian Male
GRE Revised General Test:
Q: 168
V: 162
W: 3.5
GRE Subject Test in Mathematics:
830(81%) taken on 9/11
850(85%) taken on 10/23
Program Applying: Phd in Mathematics
Research Experience: None but a thesis
Awards/Honors/Recognitions: Dean's lists and none other.
Pertinent Activities or Jobs: worked (unpaid position) as a Learning Assistant on calculus
Math Courses Taken: usual undergrad series + 8 grad courses by graduation
Any Other Info That Shows Up On Your App and Might Matter: I'm an Asian xd
Oh dear, another dogged contender.
Applying to Where(roughly in order of preference):
UChicagorejected
UMich
UWisconsinMadisionrejected
UPenn
UCSD
UWashiton
UIUCrejected
Ohio Stateaccepted (no email whatsoever I don't even know when they made the decision)
Penn Stateaccepted ()
UUtah
UIC
UVA
USC
Boston U
Re: 2022 Applicant Profiles and Admissions Results
Today I just randomly logged on the application center and it's there, and they did send me an email soon afterrlawnsdhdn wrote: ↑Mon Feb 21, 2022 12:23 amHow did you find the decision from OSU? Has the application portal changed?zyf123 wrote: ↑Thu Feb 17, 2022 6:46 pmUndergrad Institution: Flagship
Major(s): Mathematics
Minor(s): None
GPA: 3.92/4
Math GPA: 4/4
Type of Student: International Asian Male
GRE Revised General Test:
Q: 168
V: 162
W: 3.5
GRE Subject Test in Mathematics:
830(81%) taken on 9/11
850(85%) taken on 10/23
Program Applying: Phd in Mathematics
Research Experience: None but a thesis
Awards/Honors/Recognitions: Dean's lists and none other.
Pertinent Activities or Jobs: worked (unpaid position) as a Learning Assistant on calculus
Math Courses Taken: usual undergrad series + 8 grad courses by graduation
Any Other Info That Shows Up On Your App and Might Matter: I'm an Asian xd
Oh dear, another dogged contender.
Applying to Where(roughly in order of preference):
UChicagorejected
UMich
UWisconsinMadisionrejected
UPenn
UCSD
UWashiton
UIUCrejected
Ohio Stateaccepted (no email whatsoever I don't even know when they made the decision)
Penn Stateaccepted ()
UUtah
UIC
UVA
USC
Boston U

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 Joined: Thu Feb 17, 2022 2:10 pm
Re: 2022 Applicant Profiles and Admissions Results
When were you notified of the interview at UMichigan?crystalguy wrote: ↑Mon Feb 14, 2022 1:32 pmUndergrad Institution: Top Liberal Arts
Major(s): Math and Linguistics
Minor(s): 
GPA: 3.98/4
Math GPA: 4/4
Type of Student: International Latino Male
GRE Revised General Test:
N/A
GRE Subject Test in Mathematics:
[N/A
TOEFL Score: N/A
Program Applying: Pure Math (Algebra/Combinatorics)
Research Experience: Senior Thesis in progress on alg comb related to alg geo, 2 REUs with 2 papers submitted and 1 in preparation
Awards/Honors/Recognitions: Mostly within School
Pertinent Activities or Jobs: TA, Diversity initiatives in math
Math Courses Taken: all the standard, did exhaust my schools pure math classes and have a few from other places
Any Miscellaneous Points that Might Help: recommenders seem to be wellconnected in the field
Any Other Info That Shows Up On Your App and Might Matter:
Applying to Where:
MIT rejected
UCLA
Cornell
UIUC rejected
U Michigan interview
U Minnesota
U Wash
Dartmouth interview > accepted
North Carolina State
U Mass Amherst
UC Davis
U Waterloo (C&O Masters)  accepted
a little late to the game but i figured id add my profile for future reference

 Posts: 10
 Joined: Mon Feb 14, 2022 11:15 am
Re: 2022 Applicant Profiles and Admissions Results
friday feb 11evon brainstorm wrote: ↑Mon Feb 21, 2022 1:34 amWhen were you notified of the interview at UMichigan?crystalguy wrote: ↑Mon Feb 14, 2022 1:32 pmUndergrad Institution: Top Liberal Arts
Major(s): Math and Linguistics
Minor(s): 
GPA: 3.98/4
Math GPA: 4/4
Type of Student: International Latino Male
GRE Revised General Test:
N/A
GRE Subject Test in Mathematics:
[N/A
TOEFL Score: N/A
Program Applying: Pure Math (Algebra/Combinatorics)
Research Experience: Senior Thesis in progress on alg comb related to alg geo, 2 REUs with 2 papers submitted and 1 in preparation
Awards/Honors/Recognitions: Mostly within School
Pertinent Activities or Jobs: TA, Diversity initiatives in math
Math Courses Taken: all the standard, did exhaust my schools pure math classes and have a few from other places
Any Miscellaneous Points that Might Help: recommenders seem to be wellconnected in the field
Any Other Info That Shows Up On Your App and Might Matter:
Applying to Where:
MIT rejected
UCLA
Cornell
UIUC rejected
U Michigan interview
U Minnesota
U Wash
Dartmouth interview > accepted
North Carolina State
U Mass Amherst
UC Davis
U Waterloo (C&O Masters)  accepted
a little late to the game but i figured id add my profile for future reference
Re: 2022 Applicant Profiles and Admissions Results
Undergrad Institution: Public University in Iowa
Major(s): Mathematics
Minor(s): Biochemistry
GPA: 3.74
Math GPA: 3.55
Type of Student: Domestic Female
GRE Revised General Test:
Didn't take
GRE Subject Test in Mathematics:
Didn't take
TOEFL Score: Not Applicable
Program Applying: Applied Math unless otherwise stated or no options on admissions form
Research Experience: Did a project in Euclidean geometry in summer research opportunity for undergraduates, writing an honors thesis in combinatorics
Awards/Honors/Recognitions: Math department outstanding award, governor's scholarship to attend school since high school, women in mathematics scholarship, summer research poster project award
Pertinent Activities or Jobs: Tutoring in math education lounge
Math Courses Taken: Calc2+3, linear algebra, ODE, PDE, combinatorics, introductory number theory, modern algebra, numerical analysis, mathematical statistics, modern geometry and Euclidean geometry.
Any Miscellaneous Points that Might Help: Nothing tbh. I'm from a family of farmers.
Any Other Info That Shows Up On Your App and Might Matter: I think I have 3 very strong letters: one from my thesis advisor, one from my summer research professor and I had 4 courses with the last professor in which I got A/A.
Applying to Where: (Color use here is welcome)
Princeton  Rejected
Brown  Rejected
Michigan  Accepted!! likely attending
Minnesota  Waitlisted
Maryland  Accepted
CU Boulder  Accepted!
Washington  Rejected
Stony Brook  Accepted!
Cornell  Rejected
Duke  Rejected
UIUC  Rejected
UIC  Accepted
Ohio State  Accepted
Florida State  Accepted!
Delaware  Accepted!
Iowa  Accepted!
Iowa State (pure math)  Accepted!
Major(s): Mathematics
Minor(s): Biochemistry
GPA: 3.74
Math GPA: 3.55
Type of Student: Domestic Female
GRE Revised General Test:
Didn't take
GRE Subject Test in Mathematics:
Didn't take
TOEFL Score: Not Applicable
Program Applying: Applied Math unless otherwise stated or no options on admissions form
Research Experience: Did a project in Euclidean geometry in summer research opportunity for undergraduates, writing an honors thesis in combinatorics
Awards/Honors/Recognitions: Math department outstanding award, governor's scholarship to attend school since high school, women in mathematics scholarship, summer research poster project award
Pertinent Activities or Jobs: Tutoring in math education lounge
Math Courses Taken: Calc2+3, linear algebra, ODE, PDE, combinatorics, introductory number theory, modern algebra, numerical analysis, mathematical statistics, modern geometry and Euclidean geometry.
Any Miscellaneous Points that Might Help: Nothing tbh. I'm from a family of farmers.
Any Other Info That Shows Up On Your App and Might Matter: I think I have 3 very strong letters: one from my thesis advisor, one from my summer research professor and I had 4 courses with the last professor in which I got A/A.
Applying to Where: (Color use here is welcome)
Princeton  Rejected
Brown  Rejected
Michigan  Accepted!! likely attending
Minnesota  Waitlisted
Maryland  Accepted
CU Boulder  Accepted!
Washington  Rejected
Stony Brook  Accepted!
Cornell  Rejected
Duke  Rejected
UIUC  Rejected
UIC  Accepted
Ohio State  Accepted
Florida State  Accepted!
Delaware  Accepted!
Iowa  Accepted!
Iowa State (pure math)  Accepted!
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