Hello, I am currently in my final year at a California State University majoring in Mathematics (Applied track) and minoring in computer science. I've begun lurking forums such as the physics to figure out what sort of programs I am qualified to apply for, and what be good opportunities as well as available funding. Here is some of my academic background: GPA: 3.79 Math GPA: 3.92 GRE - 159 Q / 150 V / ?? A (Took it two days ago, I don't do standardized tests well) Significant courses taken: Calculus I-IV - B, A, A, A, respectively. Ordinary Differential Equations - A Linear Algebra - A Sets & Logic (First Proof-based course) - A Complex Variables - A Intro to Real Analysis - A Numerical Analysis - A Programming Fundamentals (C/C++) - A Data Structures & Algorithms (C/C++) - A Discrete Structures - A Computer Networks - A Left to take: Into to PDEs, Probability Theory, Abstract Algebra I, Intro to Real Analysis II (Measure Theory), and possibly a Mathematical Modeling course, Advanced Linear Algebra Course, and/or more computer science courses. Undergraduate Research: Participated in a NSF-funded REU this summer where I worked on Mathematical Modeling involving Fluid Dynamics (Solved large PDEs using Mathematica and Perturbation methods). Also currently doing a reading course involving Pseudorandom Sequences with a professor at my university and eventually going to have a project to work on and finish hopefully by the end of my last year. I have started a list of schools, but not sure where I can apply in terms of ranked schools, given my not-so stellar (but not bad) GRE scores. Not entirely sure what I would like to research, but the computational side of Applied Math I don't mind. Any recommendations?