Hey! Sorry I'm not answering your question but did you get off the waitlist from Tufts recently or are you admitted in early Feb? Thanks!
2022 Applicant Profiles and Admissions Results
Re: 2022 Applicant Profiles and Admissions Results
I honestly don't know. But what I know for sure is that the departement is extremely extremely supportive, especially the grad students there. And, the professors are extremely chill, accessible and seem wonderful to work with. It seems like on the researchprofessor level, there shouldn't be any major hiccups if you choose Tufts. Besides that, I'm in the same boat as you lol.

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Re: 2022 Applicant Profiles and Admissions Results
In no particular order:
U Chicago  Rejected
Princeton University  Rejected
Stanford University  Rejected
Harvard University  Rejected
Cornell University  Rejected
UC Berkeley  Rejected
U Toronto  Rejected
U Michigan, Ann Arbor  Waitlisted
Yale University  Accepted
Rutgers University, New Brunswick  Accepted
UCLA 
Purdue University 
Brandeis University  Waitlisted
University of Notre Dame  Waitlisted
University of Virginia  Rejected
University of Cambridge  Rejected
University of Oxford  Waitlisted
Imperial College London  Rejected
University of Gottingen  Accepted
U Chicago  Rejected
Princeton University  Rejected
Stanford University  Rejected
Harvard University  Rejected
Cornell University  Rejected
UC Berkeley  Rejected
U Toronto  Rejected
U Michigan, Ann Arbor  Waitlisted
Yale University  Accepted
Rutgers University, New Brunswick  Accepted
UCLA 
Purdue University 
Brandeis University  Waitlisted
University of Notre Dame  Waitlisted
University of Virginia  Rejected
University of Cambridge  Rejected
University of Oxford  Waitlisted
Imperial College London  Rejected
University of Gottingen  Accepted
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Re: 2022 Applicant Profiles and Admissions Results
Undergrad Institution: T20 Public University
Major(s): Mathematics
Minor(s): none
GPA: 3.79 out of 4.0
Type of Student: Domestic Mixed Male
GRE Revised General Test: Did not take due to it not being required.
N/A
GRE Subject Test in Mathematics: Read above.
N/A
Program Applying: Pure Math
Research Experience: Worked on a project in geometric group theory for the past 3 semesters, namely developing code that searches for specific subsets of projective space. Participated virtually in an REU on dynamics and topology, whose results my REU group and I are still gathering for publication. Gave a presentation on preliminary REU results at virtual conference.
Awards/Honors/Recognitions: None in math.
Pertinent Activities or Jobs: None in math.
Any Miscellaneous Points that Might Help:
My research interests are highly specific, and I talked about them in some detail in my SOP. All but one of my letter writers I had spent a fair amount of time performing research with, and the one outlier introduced me to the field that I am currently pursuing through readings.
Graduate Math Courses:
Algebraic Topology, Differential Topology, Riemannian Geometry, Hyperbolic Geometry/Teichmuller Theory, (as well as some reading with prof's that are difficult to call "courses", but definitely contributed to my knowledge and research direction)
Any Other Info That Shows Up On Your App and Might Matter:
First Generation Low Income student.
UMichigan  Accepted (3/18) and Attending!!!
UC Davis  Accepted (2/11) declined
Rice University  Accepted (1/21) declined
Georgia Tech Accepted (1/28) declined
Cornell University  Rejected (4/15)
Brown University  Rejected (2/3)
Yale University  Rejected (2/4)
University of IllinoisUrbana Champaign  Rejected (2/11)
University of MarylandCollege Park  Rejected (4/25)
Boston College  withdrawn
Major(s): Mathematics
Minor(s): none
GPA: 3.79 out of 4.0
Type of Student: Domestic Mixed Male
GRE Revised General Test: Did not take due to it not being required.
N/A
GRE Subject Test in Mathematics: Read above.
N/A
Program Applying: Pure Math
Research Experience: Worked on a project in geometric group theory for the past 3 semesters, namely developing code that searches for specific subsets of projective space. Participated virtually in an REU on dynamics and topology, whose results my REU group and I are still gathering for publication. Gave a presentation on preliminary REU results at virtual conference.
Awards/Honors/Recognitions: None in math.
Pertinent Activities or Jobs: None in math.
Any Miscellaneous Points that Might Help:
My research interests are highly specific, and I talked about them in some detail in my SOP. All but one of my letter writers I had spent a fair amount of time performing research with, and the one outlier introduced me to the field that I am currently pursuing through readings.
Graduate Math Courses:
Algebraic Topology, Differential Topology, Riemannian Geometry, Hyperbolic Geometry/Teichmuller Theory, (as well as some reading with prof's that are difficult to call "courses", but definitely contributed to my knowledge and research direction)
Any Other Info That Shows Up On Your App and Might Matter:
First Generation Low Income student.
UMichigan  Accepted (3/18) and Attending!!!
UC Davis  Accepted (2/11) declined
Rice University  Accepted (1/21) declined
Georgia Tech Accepted (1/28) declined
Cornell University  Rejected (4/15)
Brown University  Rejected (2/3)
Yale University  Rejected (2/4)
University of IllinoisUrbana Champaign  Rejected (2/11)
University of MarylandCollege Park  Rejected (4/25)
Boston College  withdrawn
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Re: 2022 Applicant Profiles and Admissions Results
Without additional information like coursework, profile and research experience, it's not particularly helpful telling people where you are admitted and going, especially without a date.
Post it on gradcafe instead.
Post it on gradcafe instead.

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Re: 2022 Applicant Profiles and Admissions Results
Some people just want to share how they have done, and where they are going with this community. We are all people celebrating each other and also working to get in. So the posts are not inherently about being helpful, I don't think. Gate's open come on in and all that.

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Re: 2022 Applicant Profiles and Admissions Results
Does anybody plan to decline their offers from Maryland (pure math)
Re: 2022 Applicant Profiles and Admissions Results
If you are accepted to Tufts and don't plan on going, please kindly decline your offer. This will definitely help some of us. Thanks a lot.
Re: Purdue, Boston, MSU, and UArizona
I am offered admission at Purdue, and waitlisted at MSU, Boston University, and U of Arizona.
I am interested in algebraic number theory and arithmetic geometry.
Any insights/suggestions for which of the universities I should wait (considering the faculty), and for how long, will be very helpful for me.
Thanks in advance!
I am interested in algebraic number theory and arithmetic geometry.
Any insights/suggestions for which of the universities I should wait (considering the faculty), and for how long, will be very helpful for me.
Thanks in advance!
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Re: 2022 Applicant Profiles and Admissions Results
May I know how much funding Notre Dame offers you in the offer?notwelldefined wrote: ↑Wed Sep 29, 2021 4:24 pmUndergrad Institution: Some east coast liberal arts college that is not known for math.
Major(s): Math
Minor(s): Music
GPA: 3.95/4.00 (Major: 4.00/4.00 up to this point)
Type of Student: International Asian female.
GRE Revised General Test: Did not take, since none of the schools I am applying to require it
Q: xxx (xx%)
V: xxx (xx%)
W: x.x (xx%)
GRE Subject Test in Mathematics: Ditto.
M: xxx (xx%)
TOEFL Score: (xx = Rxx/Lxx/Sxx/Wxx) (if applicable) Waived.
Program Applying: All pure math phD
Research Experience: Two summers of REU (produced two expository papers).
Awards/Honors/Recognitions: Departmental awards from school, nothing fancy.
Pertinent Activities or Jobs: Graded a few core undergrad classes.
Any Miscellaneous Points that Might Help: Took some (<=6) graduate classes at a nearby research university including a grad seminar in my intended field, one recommender from my institution and two outside recommenders kinda known for my field, not sure how strong the letters will be.
Any Other Info That Shows Up On Your App and Might Matter:
Applying to Where:
Donations
Harvard rejected (just Harvard being Harvard)
MIT rejected (just MIT being MIT)
UChicago rejected (sad cuz I really wanted to go there)
A bit better but still
Johns Hopkins waitlisted (letter: hoping to take people from the waitlist, contigent on the result of their grant application)
Northwestern admitted (emailed to chat)
Notre Dame admitted w/ fellowship (emailed to chat)
UIUC admitted w/ fellowship (first acceptance!)
Cornell rejected (a bit shocked but ok)
Brown rejected (whatever)
Good luck everybody! We are in this together

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Re: Purdue, Boston, MSU, and UArizona
Hey! If u happen to know that u are not going to MSU, make sure u don’t forget to withdraw ur application. I was waitlisted there and my interests are also in ANT and arithmetic geometry. Thank u and good luck!Galois7 wrote: ↑Sun Apr 03, 2022 2:24 pmI am offered admission at Purdue, and waitlisted at MSU, Boston University, and U of Arizona.
I am interested in algebraic number theory and arithmetic geometry.
Any insights/suggestions for which of the universities I should wait (considering the faculty), and for how long, will be very helpful for me.
Thanks in advance!
Re: Purdue, Boston, MSU, and UArizona
Yes, definitely. As soon as I decide where I want to go (and have an offer from them), I will withdraw all others.josenelson13 wrote: ↑Sun Apr 03, 2022 5:18 pmHey! If u happen to know that u are not going to MSU, make sure u don’t forget to withdraw ur application. I was waitlisted there and my interests are also in ANT and arithmetic geometry. Thank u and good luck!Galois7 wrote: ↑Sun Apr 03, 2022 2:24 pmI am offered admission at Purdue, and waitlisted at MSU, Boston University, and U of Arizona.
I am interested in algebraic number theory and arithmetic geometry.
Any insights/suggestions for which of the universities I should wait (considering the faculty), and for how long, will be very helpful for me.
Thanks in advance!
Re: 2022 Applicant Profiles and Admissions Results
Has anyone received offer for pure maths PhD from Wayne State University? I haven't received any notifications yet
Re: 2022 Applicant Profiles and Admissions Results
Will you choose CUNY Graduate Center or the University of Tennessee, Knoxville?
CUNY has great Dynamics, and U of Ten has a lot of PDE people, and I am interested in both fields.
CUNY has great Dynamics, and U of Ten has a lot of PDE people, and I am interested in both fields.
Re: 2022 Applicant Profiles and Admissions Results
Undergrad Institution: Top, Big State School
Major(s): Mathematics
GPA: 3.34/4.0
Math GPA: 3.63/4.0
Type of Student: Male, Domestic, Hispanic
GRE Revised General Test:
Didn't take
GRE Subject Test in Mathematics:
Didn't take
Program Applying: Applied Math/Math Masters
Research Experience: Preprint with a professor at my school which we worked on during one summer (my senior year summer)
Awards/Honors/Recognitions: None
Pertinent Activities or Jobs: Tutoring high school math on and off, being active in the undergrad math association
Math Courses Taken: algebra, analysis, ODE's, Optimization, Control, Numerical Analysis, Programming, Complex Analysis, Logic, Stats, Probability, Game Theory
Any Miscellaneous Points that Might Help: One of my recommenders is quite well known
Any Other Info That Shows Up On Your App and Might Matter: My guess is that my recc letters were one of my strengths.
Mainly applied to schools in Canada and Europe
Applying to Where:
Bonn  Math Masters  Rejected 03/25
EPFL Lausanne  Math Master  Rejected 03/22
University Of Waterloo  MMath Applied Math  Admitted  Accepted! 03/09
U of Toronto  Math Masters  Admitted 01/17
KTH  Sweden  Applied Math Master  Admitted 04/07
UBC  Math Masters IAM option ticked  Waitlisted  had to email them for news 03/20
U of Alberta  Math Master  Rejected 04/03
Queen's University  Math Master  Rejected 04/10
Major(s): Mathematics
GPA: 3.34/4.0
Math GPA: 3.63/4.0
Type of Student: Male, Domestic, Hispanic
GRE Revised General Test:
Didn't take
GRE Subject Test in Mathematics:
Didn't take
Program Applying: Applied Math/Math Masters
Research Experience: Preprint with a professor at my school which we worked on during one summer (my senior year summer)
Awards/Honors/Recognitions: None
Pertinent Activities or Jobs: Tutoring high school math on and off, being active in the undergrad math association
Math Courses Taken: algebra, analysis, ODE's, Optimization, Control, Numerical Analysis, Programming, Complex Analysis, Logic, Stats, Probability, Game Theory
Any Miscellaneous Points that Might Help: One of my recommenders is quite well known
Any Other Info That Shows Up On Your App and Might Matter: My guess is that my recc letters were one of my strengths.
Mainly applied to schools in Canada and Europe
Applying to Where:
Bonn  Math Masters  Rejected 03/25
EPFL Lausanne  Math Master  Rejected 03/22
University Of Waterloo  MMath Applied Math  Admitted  Accepted! 03/09
U of Toronto  Math Masters  Admitted 01/17
KTH  Sweden  Applied Math Master  Admitted 04/07
UBC  Math Masters IAM option ticked  Waitlisted  had to email them for news 03/20
U of Alberta  Math Master  Rejected 04/03
Queen's University  Math Master  Rejected 04/10
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Undergrad Institution:International
Major(s):Math
GPA:3.85
Type of Student: International Asian
GRE Revised General Test:
Don't have.
GRE Subject Test in Mathematics:
M: 96%
TOEFL Score: 107
Program Applying: Pure Math
Research Experience: Nothing original
Awards/Honors/Recognitions:Get awards in several math competitions but I guess it's useless for applying to US schools
Pertinent Activities or Jobs: TA for a few classes
Applying to Where: (Color use here is welcome)
Harvard Rejected
UCLA Rejected
Columbia Rejected
Wisconsin Rejected
Minnesota Rejected
Ohio State Admitted and Attending
Michigan State Admitted
Irvine Waitlisted and then Rejected
Boston University Waitlisted
CU Boulder Admitted
Arizona Admitted
Umass Amherst Withdraw
Major(s):Math
GPA:3.85
Type of Student: International Asian
GRE Revised General Test:
Don't have.
GRE Subject Test in Mathematics:
M: 96%
TOEFL Score: 107
Program Applying: Pure Math
Research Experience: Nothing original
Awards/Honors/Recognitions:Get awards in several math competitions but I guess it's useless for applying to US schools
Pertinent Activities or Jobs: TA for a few classes
Applying to Where: (Color use here is welcome)
Harvard Rejected
UCLA Rejected
Columbia Rejected
Wisconsin Rejected
Minnesota Rejected
Ohio State Admitted and Attending
Michigan State Admitted
Irvine Waitlisted and then Rejected
Boston University Waitlisted
CU Boulder Admitted
Arizona Admitted
Umass Amherst Withdraw
Re: 2022 Applicant Profiles and Admissions Results
Hey, sorry to bother you! If you decide not to attend Tufts, could you please kindly decline your offer? I'm on the waitlist for Tufts, and Tufts is really my top and only choice. This will really help students like me a lot. Thank you so much!!!oohlala wrote: ↑Wed Mar 30, 2022 2:40 pmI honestly don't know. But what I know for sure is that the departement is extremely extremely supportive, especially the grad students there. And, the professors are extremely chill, accessible and seem wonderful to work with. It seems like on the researchprofessor level, there shouldn't be any major hiccups if you choose Tufts. Besides that, I'm in the same boat as you lol.
Re: 2022 Applicant Profiles and Admissions Results
Hi， when did you be admitted to CMU?fakeName wrote: ↑Sat Jan 29, 2022 8:29 pmUndergrad Institution: famous techy school
Major(s): math
Minor(s):
GPA: 3.6 cause sophomore year I got all B's. My master's degree would be nearly 4.0, but sadly my uni doesn't give my GPA for the master's separately
Type of Student: domestic white male
GRE Revised General Test:
Q: 170 (96%)
V: 165 (96%)
W: 5.5 (98%)
GRE Subject Test in Mathematics:
M: 860 (87%)
Program Applying: Pure Math, focus on PDE/analysis
Research Experience: 2 papers, one on PDE/calc of variations and one on probability/combinatorics. My master's thesis is also research based, but no publications yet. Master's thesis is on an analysis/probability
Awards/Honors/Recognitions: Math honors program which gives me a masters on top of my bachelors in 4 years, nothing else really important
Pertinent Activities or Jobs: TA for 6 semesters
Any Miscellaneous Points that Might Help: 9ish grad classes
Any Other Info That Shows Up On Your App and Might Matter: not sure how good my letters were, I'm quite quiet and don't like talking to people as much as I should've...
Applying to Where: (Color use here is welcome)
UChicago  rejected 01/14
Brown  rejected 2/1
MIT rejected 2/7
UW Madison  rejected 2/15
Stanford  rejected 2/19
UM Ann Arbor  rejected 3/4
NYU  rejected 3/8
Columbia  rejected 3/10
Cornell  rejected 3/11
Johns Hopkins  Waitlisted 2/3  Rejected 4/6
UPenn  Rejected by email Inquiry 4/7
Rutgers  Waitlist 4/5 (they didn't notify me, I emailed and asked)
University of Maryland  never heard back
CMU accepted and declined
PSU: accepted 2/11: Attending!
Re: 2022 Applicant Profiles and Admissions Results
Congratulations! Your application is so strong. BTW, do you have any interviews from these schools? I applied to 12 schools and there are several virtual open days from IUBloomington, UIC and etc. There is no 1to1 interview with the faculty member so I am not sure if I could find an advisor at admitted schools.mathphd1 wrote: ↑Wed Jan 26, 2022 9:58 pmUndergrad Institution: Large US Public University
Majors: Math and Computer Science
GPA: 4.0
Type of Student: International Female
GRE Revised General Test:
Q: 168 (91%)
V: 163 (92%)
W: 4.5 (80%)
GRE Subject Test in Mathematics: Didn't send
TOEFL Score: N/A
Program Applying: Applied Math PhD
Research Experience: Did 3 different projects at undergraduate university and completed 2 REUs at Caltech and CMU
Awards/Honors/Recognitions: Received various departmental scholarships as well as scholarships from my school
Pertinent Activities or Jobs: Tutor for Math and CS for 2.5 years and Calculus TA for 1 year
Any Miscellaneous Points that Might Help: I have taken 6 grad classes. Additionally, I have met with various profs at the schools I am applying to. My letter writers also have connections at many of my prospective schools. Finally, I am very close with 2 of my recommenders so I know their letters are very strong.
Applying to Where: (All PhDs in no particular order)
1. Caltech ACM  Rejected by email 3/16
2. University of Washington Applied Math  Accepted 1/26 with TAship/RAship ($2.8k/month)
3. Ohio State (Mathematics  Applied Math track)  Accepted 12/30 with Dean's Distinguished University Fellowship ($36k/yr) for 3 years and TAship ($22k/yr) for the remaining 2 years as well as an additional $4k for the first year
4. UNC Chapel Hill  Invited to virtual event 1/28
5. University of Michigan AIM  Accepted 3/4 with $23k/yr and additional $5k for the first three summers and onetime Research Bursary of $5k
6. University of Maryland AMSC  Accepted 1/26 with TAship ($22.6k/yr) and Dean's Fellowship ($5k/yr for the first 2 years)
7. University of Minnesota (Mathematics  Applied and Industrial Math track)
8. UCLA  Accepted 2/1 with at least $30k/yr and additional $7k for the first year ATTENDING!!!
9. Rice CAAM  Accepted 2/22 with $30k for the first year and $32k/yr for remaining four years and the Ken Kennedy Institute Computational Science and Engineering Graduate Recruiting Fellowship ($15k to be paid over 4 years)
10. UT Austin CSEM  Accepted 2/7 with NIMS Fellowship ($38k/yr)
11. Baylor  Accepted 12/17 with Graduate Assistantship ($24k/yr)
12. NYU (Mathematics  Applied Math track)  Soft rejection, admitted into unfunded masters 4/14
13. CMU
Re: 2022 Applicant Profiles and Admissions Results
Undergrad Institution: University of Vermont
Majors: Mathematics BS, Philosophy BA
GPA: 3.92
Math GPA: 3.94
Type of Student: Domestic white male
Master's Institution: University of Vermont
Major: Mathematics MS
GPA: 4.00
GRE Revised General Test:
Q: 169 (94%)
V: 162 (90%)
W: 4.5 (80%)
GRE Subject Test in Mathematics: Not taken (thanks coronavirus lol)
Program Applying: Pure Math, Philosophy
Research Experience: Undergraduate thesis in philosophy (tangentially related to logic but not substantively mathematical in any way), summer graduate school through MSRI (not really research but the closest thing I have in math). My master's program had a coursework option so I chose that as I was completing my undergraduate thesis at the time.
Awards/Honors/Recognitions: Junior & senior departmental awards.
Pertinent Activities or Jobs: Undergraduate peer tutor (2 years; primarily analysis & algebra), grader (2 years; linear algebra, abstract algebra, intro analysis, and transition to higher math), graduate instructor (taught 1 section of calculus 1), visiting lecturer in mathematics (1 year, fulltime teaching calc 1 and 2 and a small private business school in New England).
Math Courses Taken: 4 semesters of abstract algebra through commutative algebra; real analysis, complex analysis, measure theory, & functional analysis*; pointset, algebraic, and differential* topology; a pair of reading courses/independent studies on large cardinals & the method of forcing; a course on the classification of finite simple groups; ordinary and advanced ordinary differential equations; and a course on noneuclidean geometries.
Note: The courses marked with * were sat in on post graduation (i.e. they do not appear on my transcript).
Any Miscellaneous Points that Might Help: One of my recommenders is very wellknown but recently retired.
Any Other Info That Shows Up On Your App and Might Matter: My master's was through an accelerated program so I've only attended university for 3 years, 2 fulltime undergrad and 1 fulltime grad/part time undergrad. I took a year off last year (& also applied last cycle) but am now working until I'm accepted somewhere.
Applying to Where:
Harvard  Math Rejected on Jan. 31
UC Berkeley  Logic & Methodology of Science Rejected on Feb. 18
Notre Dame  Math Rejected on Feb. 25
Brown  Philosophy Rejected on Mar. 1
NYU  Philosophy Rejected on Mar. 3
University of Michigan  Math Rejected on Mar. 4
Columbia  Philosophy Rejected on Mar. 10
Cornell  Math Rejected on Mar. 11
CMU  Math Pending as of May 4
Majors: Mathematics BS, Philosophy BA
GPA: 3.92
Math GPA: 3.94
Type of Student: Domestic white male
Master's Institution: University of Vermont
Major: Mathematics MS
GPA: 4.00
GRE Revised General Test:
Q: 169 (94%)
V: 162 (90%)
W: 4.5 (80%)
GRE Subject Test in Mathematics: Not taken (thanks coronavirus lol)
Program Applying: Pure Math, Philosophy
Research Experience: Undergraduate thesis in philosophy (tangentially related to logic but not substantively mathematical in any way), summer graduate school through MSRI (not really research but the closest thing I have in math). My master's program had a coursework option so I chose that as I was completing my undergraduate thesis at the time.
Awards/Honors/Recognitions: Junior & senior departmental awards.
Pertinent Activities or Jobs: Undergraduate peer tutor (2 years; primarily analysis & algebra), grader (2 years; linear algebra, abstract algebra, intro analysis, and transition to higher math), graduate instructor (taught 1 section of calculus 1), visiting lecturer in mathematics (1 year, fulltime teaching calc 1 and 2 and a small private business school in New England).
Math Courses Taken: 4 semesters of abstract algebra through commutative algebra; real analysis, complex analysis, measure theory, & functional analysis*; pointset, algebraic, and differential* topology; a pair of reading courses/independent studies on large cardinals & the method of forcing; a course on the classification of finite simple groups; ordinary and advanced ordinary differential equations; and a course on noneuclidean geometries.
Note: The courses marked with * were sat in on post graduation (i.e. they do not appear on my transcript).
Any Miscellaneous Points that Might Help: One of my recommenders is very wellknown but recently retired.
Any Other Info That Shows Up On Your App and Might Matter: My master's was through an accelerated program so I've only attended university for 3 years, 2 fulltime undergrad and 1 fulltime grad/part time undergrad. I took a year off last year (& also applied last cycle) but am now working until I'm accepted somewhere.
Applying to Where:
Harvard  Math Rejected on Jan. 31
UC Berkeley  Logic & Methodology of Science Rejected on Feb. 18
Notre Dame  Math Rejected on Feb. 25
Brown  Philosophy Rejected on Mar. 1
NYU  Philosophy Rejected on Mar. 3
University of Michigan  Math Rejected on Mar. 4
Columbia  Philosophy Rejected on Mar. 10
Cornell  Math Rejected on Mar. 11
CMU  Math Pending as of May 4
Re: 2022 Applicant Profiles and Admissions Results
Hi sorry for the late response! Yes, I had interviews at Rice and Michigan and was also able to meet professors during open house events at Washington, UT Austin, and UCLA. I'm sure you can ask to schedule a oneonone meeting with professors at your admitted schools, most people are happy to meet to talk about the program or their research. Hope this helps!Jerry99 wrote: ↑Tue Apr 26, 2022 2:43 pmCongratulations! Your application is so strong. BTW, do you have any interviews from these schools? I applied to 12 schools and there are several virtual open days from IUBloomington, UIC and etc. There is no 1to1 interview with the faculty member so I am not sure if I could find an advisor at admitted schools.mathphd1 wrote: ↑Wed Jan 26, 2022 9:58 pmUndergrad Institution: Large US Public University
Majors: Math and Computer Science
GPA: 4.0
Type of Student: International Female
GRE Revised General Test:
Q: 168 (91%)
V: 163 (92%)
W: 4.5 (80%)
GRE Subject Test in Mathematics: Didn't send
TOEFL Score: N/A
Program Applying: Applied Math PhD
Research Experience: Did 3 different projects at undergraduate university and completed 2 REUs at Caltech and CMU
Awards/Honors/Recognitions: Received various departmental scholarships as well as scholarships from my school
Pertinent Activities or Jobs: Tutor for Math and CS for 2.5 years and Calculus TA for 1 year
Any Miscellaneous Points that Might Help: I have taken 6 grad classes. Additionally, I have met with various profs at the schools I am applying to. My letter writers also have connections at many of my prospective schools. Finally, I am very close with 2 of my recommenders so I know their letters are very strong.
Applying to Where: (All PhDs in no particular order)
1. Caltech ACM  Rejected by email 3/16
2. University of Washington Applied Math  Accepted 1/26 with TAship/RAship ($2.8k/month)
3. Ohio State (Mathematics  Applied Math track)  Accepted 12/30 with Dean's Distinguished University Fellowship ($36k/yr) for 3 years and TAship ($22k/yr) for the remaining 2 years as well as an additional $4k for the first year
4. UNC Chapel Hill  Invited to virtual event 1/28
5. University of Michigan AIM  Accepted 3/4 with $23k/yr and additional $5k for the first three summers and onetime Research Bursary of $5k
6. University of Maryland AMSC  Accepted 1/26 with TAship ($22.6k/yr) and Dean's Fellowship ($5k/yr for the first 2 years)
7. University of Minnesota (Mathematics  Applied and Industrial Math track)
8. UCLA  Accepted 2/1 with at least $30k/yr and additional $7k for the first year ATTENDING!!!
9. Rice CAAM  Accepted 2/22 with $30k for the first year and $32k/yr for remaining four years and the Ken Kennedy Institute Computational Science and Engineering Graduate Recruiting Fellowship ($15k to be paid over 4 years)
10. UT Austin CSEM  Accepted 2/7 with NIMS Fellowship ($38k/yr)
11. Baylor  Accepted 12/17 with Graduate Assistantship ($24k/yr)
12. NYU (Mathematics  Applied Math track)  Soft rejection, admitted into unfunded masters 4/14
13. CMU