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Average GPA form ChemE, with courses in CS. Work-ex of 1.5 years in FinTech. Profile doubts


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Hi, I have a B.Tech. from a top institute in the country in Chemical Engineering. In addition to that, I have 1.5 years of work experience in FinTech. In my undergrad, I have taken math courses(Calculus, prob & stats) but grades in them are low. I have decent grades in computer science courses that I took. I was curious as to how can I improve my chances and compensate for the low gpa(7.3/10) and math courses?

Also, I have done MIT OCW courses in probability, linear algebra, and DSA, so do these carry any value? Are there any ways by which I can cover my gap in maths proficiency.