I have extensive experience with applying to graduate programs in Economics, Psychology, Behavioral Science, Neuroscience, and Political Science. I have also successfully obtained research assistant positions and predoctoral fellowships. If you’re interested in any of the career paths below, I can help you:
Graduate programs (PhD and masters)
I am here to help you with your application process, whether it’s a few years away or it’s right around the corner. My mission is to optimize the time you’re spending to build up your portfolio and maximize the probability that you’re accepted into a program of your choice. To accomplish this, we will set up a meeting schedule to consistently discuss:
I can also help you with your independent research. Having trouble coming up with an interesting question? Don’t know what methods to use for your analysis? Need advice on how to visualize your data? These are questions I tackle in my own life on a daily basis, and I can help you overcome these obstacles too!
I’m new to this, so I’ve only helped a few others so far. That being said, others that I have helped have gone onto:
I’ve also gone through many application processes myself. Ultimately, I wound up studying Neuroeconomics at Caltech, but it was a long path to get here. Prior to Caltech, I worked as a research assistant during my undergrad, finished a MA in Economics at Columbia University, and completed a predoctoral fellowship at the Columbia Business School. Along the way, I’ve interviewed at the Boston Federal Reserve, Yale Economics, and more. I have specific insight into the types of questions you’ll be asked during these interviews, as well as, the type of work you’ll be asked to do in various research positions.
In case you’re still skeptical whether I can help you, I’ll list a few of the other departements I’ve previously been accepted at (but did not attend):
When I was an undergrad taking graduate probability theory, I enlisted the help of a 5th year Statistics PhD student as a tutor. He charged seventy-five dollars an hour. Like him, I’m not trying to make a bunch of money through consulting or tutoring. I’m just trying to make a bit money through a hobby that I already have (yes, I’m one of those redditors on subreddits like r/AcademicEconomics that answers peoples' questions about applying to grad school).