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You're a noob in other ways.

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The point is, people don't realize that at the PhD level, you're expected to know a lot of math for many different disciplines.
The math gre subject test would help you get into elite economics and finance programs as well. 
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Let G be the group {1, i, 1, i} under multiplication. Which of the following statements are true about the homomorphisms of G into itself? I. defines one such homomorphism. II. defines one such homomorphism. III. For every such homomorphism, there is an integer k such that the homomorphism has the form . These are the type of abstract algebra problems you see on this test (apparently only 42% of people got this one right). You don't need to know how to prove Burnside's Theorem or the Hilbert Basis Theorem. The main things you need to know really well are calculus and linear algebra, and basic problemsolving skills.
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