Hey everyone! So, here's my situation:
I have one semester left at a small college, majoring in mathematics and double minoring in finance and information technology. GPA is currently 3.96.
Just took the GRE's, and my unofficial score is a 166 on both Verbal and Quant.
I've been planning to pursue a career in Data Science for a while, with Columbia and NYU being my 2 top options in terms of schools. Recently, I've been second guessing this decision, since I'm the type that gets bored very easily if I'm doing the same thing for too long (possibly add related), and because of this I'm worried that Data Science might not be the right career for me. Along those lines, I'm very entrepreneurial, and currently have an eBay business that makes me a few thousand dollars a month. However, I've hesitated with going all in on businesses like this since they're much riskier than a job, by nature.
My plan had been to go to Grad School, do my business on the side, and see what happens. If I do decide to go to Grad School, should I stick with a Data Science program? If so, what are some other options I should be looking into besides the 2 mentioned above? Are there any other programs/career choices I should look into? I'm a highly analytical person, but I'm worried that I won't be able to remain focused for most math/analytics type jobs.