Hi all! I am interested in pursuing a PhD in Applied Math or Statistics. However, I am unsure what tier of programs I should look into (top 10, top 20, etc.)

Here's my info!

School: University of Virginia

Majors: Math and Applied Statistics

Minor: Computer Science

GPA: 3.5; 3.6/3.7 cumulative with previous institution because i transferred

Relevant Coursework: Discrete Math, Linear Algebra, Differential Equations, Real Analysis, Abstract Algebra, Mathematical Statistics, Probability, Regression Analysis, Applied Linear Models, Time Series, Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Data Structure, Theory of Computation, Algorithms

Grades -

Probability: B+

Discrete/Proof class: A-

RA: B

Abstract (I got to take this with Ken Ono!!!): B+

Applied Linear Models (graduate level course): A-

Mathematical Statistics: A-

Data Analysis: A-

I also got a B+ in Algo and A- in Theory of Computation, if that matters

Languages: C, C++, Java, Python, R

Internships: Private Equity and Consulting, both at top firms during my sophomore and junior summers

Research: None

GRE (expected - if taken): 310 to 320

Please let me know if any other information is needed