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Where can I hope to be accepted for phd in math?

  1. Nov 19, 2008 #1
    I'm a new math major--I withdrew from college for awhile, switched majors, transferred, etc. I finally realized that math was my passion a year ago. After seeing my GRE subject test (46%) I'm freaking out that I won't get in anywhere. Plus I haven't done any research since I'm so new to the field.

    However, I have an overall 4.0 GPA at a top 35 university and should have strong letters of recommendation. My general GRE was 800 Math, 680 Verbal (haven't seen analytical yet, but I'm hopeful).

    Where should I aim for?
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