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    How should I choose where to get my PhD in Math to be a quantitative analyst later?

    I get offers from a few Math phd programs in the US and would like to study probability/stochastic calculus and become a quant later. One is a University of Washington on the West Coast (close to California) with lots of people working on probability. One is a Boston University on the East Coast...
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    20 year old undergrad in need of career path advice

    Hello QuantNet, Disclaimer: Correct me about any incorrect information because I am just an undergrad novice student that found all this information online. Who I am: I'm a 20 year old undergrad junior graduating in may of 2017 with a bachelor's of science in mathematical finance with relevant...
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    My chances for an admission at Baruch MFE

    Hi All, I am from India, I've got a GRE score from 2013 (164Q and 152V) 2 years of work experience in Portware a Buy side EMS(HFT platform) used by Buy side firms like (DB, JPM, GS, GIC etc) I worked in the FIX ATDL(FIX Algorithmic Trading Definition Language) project and also worked closely...
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    Princeton MFin v. Stanford ICME MCF

    A little background: I am graduating this spring with a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering and have been admitted into both these programs. I am very interested in the growing fin-tech field and looking to get into the programming side of finance. Any thoughts or advice on the differences and...
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    Need advice for en engineer looking to become a quant

    Greetings, I've recently decided to enroll in the CFA program and plan on completing all 3 levels eventually. My education consist of a Bachelors in Electrical Engineering. Also recently completed a Data Science certificate through Coursera. I have 3 years of experience within the aerospace...
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    Senior undergraduate need advice

    Hi, I am expecting this post will make upright fellows consider me as another ignorant undergraduate posting question asking about the life universe and everything else and I am more than happy to listen for all kinds of advice you would like to give, while some of them I might not understand...
  7. Dylan Brown

    Please provide advice for a prospective quant

    I'm almost certainly a significant amount younger than everyone on this thread, as I'm going into my senior year in high school in the United States. I'm also fully aware that many of you will not take me seriously because of that, that's okay. I'm asking for some of the more experienced...
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