Business Economics Research
He is an 11th grade student, who is interested to work on a business economics research mentorship program.
Andy is interested to major in either Mathematics or Physics, and he has decided to work on a business related mentorship program to integrate the Mathematics aspects. He has some experiences in Python and has an excellent GPA score of 3.9/4.0.
University admission result
Scope of the program
What challenges did he face?
- Andy is able to think in the business sense, however he needs guidance writing a research paper.
How did our program in business economics research help him?
- Andy learnt about the critical aspects of analyzing a piece of literature research, where one needs to be critical about previous research and not taking everything at face value.
- As a smart, dedicated and talented student, Andy’s request for recommendation letters from his mentor was successfully and he eventually got accepted into New York University.
The mentor is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Mathematics at New York University. His area of expertise include Soft Matter Physics, Complex Fluids, Complex Systems, Nonlinear Dynamics, Inverse Problems, Bio-Fluid Dynamics. He holds a Ph.D. in Physics from Duke University.
Based on your knowledge of this student, would you recommend this student to selective universities? Why or why not?
“Absolutely! I have advised him to apply to NYU Stern school of business.
Andy is very smart! He is clearly cut out for the business world and implementing ideas that impact day-to-day lives. He is also extremely resourceful and not shy about talking to people, leveraging his contacts, and getting information that he needs.“Mentor from New York University
Excerpts of student’s work
An excerpt from Andy’s final business economics research paper on “Possible Development for Young Adults Job Opportunity in XiBian Village”