Former roommates and current chums, Kyle and Steve are your graduate school admissions weathermen. They understand that bad weather can prevent you from going outside into the world of graduate education, and they are here to hold the umbrella for you.
Both of these young gentlemen vehemently believe in the power of aggregating data and performing rigorous analysis to give you the critical information you need to make informed decisions about your graduate school future.
Kyle eats numbers (and not much else) for breakfast. Currently pursuing a Master's degree in Systems Engineering at the University of Virginia, Kyle has years of modeling experience (statistical, that is). He's taught classes in statistics and has received rave reviews for his novel teaching style.
He earned his Bachelor's degree from the University of Virginia, double majoring in Systems Engineering and World of Warcraft. Kyle spends his spare time scouring Cute Overload for pictures of baby animals (especially otters!).
While Steve may have the technical savvy of the 1950s, he has experience with process efficiency and strategy and management consulting. After graduating Phi Beta Kappa from the University of Virginia, he worked in the private sector (does that sound dirty?) with PricewaterhouseCoopers.
Currently a graduate student in Public Policy at Harvard University, Steve applied to dozens of programs in Law, Business, Public Policy, and Economics. It was through these pursuits that GraduateTestScores was conceived. When not reading for class, Steve is busy drinking coffee and thinking about the rules of grammar.
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