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I'm currently studying mechanical engineering in a reputed Indian college. We've sent grads to some of the best colleges in the US.
However, I don't like mechanical engineering at all!! I'm a hardcore math freak.....and have been that way since high school. I blog about math and some other issues that catch my eye- Vicissitudes
I really want to do my masters/PhD in math from the US. I don't have a spectacular CGPA by a far shot- mostly because I really don't like the courses I've been coerced to take. There's no way I can change now either.
What should I do to get into a good math program in the US for graduate studies?
I can post some of my stats if that will give you a better picture of who I am. Thanks a ton!