Hello, everyone. I have a question about my situation. I am a senior a UCLA, and my major is mathematics of computation. My GPA is 3.0. The reason for low GPA is because I spend much of my time pursuing my own study. I love to learn, but i tend to not like to be feed what I need to know. Plus, I realized what I wanted to be only at this quarter!
I WANT TO BE A PHILOSOPHER THAT SPECIALIZES in the philosophy of mathematics and physics.
Here is the thing: I want to apply for graduate school in philosophy of science, but it depresses me how I am going to do it. I want to go to the best school in the philosophy of science. I don't have enough philosophy courses to get a minor, and this is my last quarter at UCLA. So here is my solution:
1. Get top grades in the GRE general, and GRE math.
2. Get into a not so good master degree program, and rise my GPA.
3. Get some good rapport in my master degree program. (I.e.: letter of recommendation.)
From 1, 2 and 3, I want to get into the best Graduate degree in...