Harry R. Lloyd

harry [dot] lloyd [at] yale [dot] edu

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2020 - 2026: Yale University, Ph.D., M.Phil., M.A. Philosophy

  • 2020-21: John T. Roberts Fellowship


2016 - 2019: Lady Margaret Hall, University of Oxford, B.A. Philosophy, Politics, and Economics [2023: inception to M.A.]

  • Honours class: 1st
  • Preliminary examinations: Distinction
  • University prizes:
    • the top Hicks / Webb Medley Prize for overall performance in economics by a PPE or H&E student (£400) -- placed top of my cohort of ~250 students
    • the Uehiro Prize in Practical Ethics (undergraduate category, £300)
    • joint-highest 'finals' exam mark in:
      • Plato's Republic (in translation)
      • Game Theory
    • joint-highest 'prelims' exam mark in economics
    • honourable mention in the Q-Step Essay Prize for a first-year data analysis project in R
  • College prizes:
    • the Griffith Prize (£150)
    • the 2018/19 Jane Day Prize for the highest 1st-class mark in an Ancient Philosophy 'collection' exam (£30)
    • the Gavin Cameron Prize for top performance in the economics 'prelims' exam (£100)
    • undergraduate scholarship for 1st-class performance in 'prelims' exams (£700)

2009 - 2016: Monmouth Comprehensive School (non-selective state school)

  • Prizes:
    • Trinity College Cambridge's Philosophy Essay Prize (£600) -- I was the first pupil from a 'comprehensive' school (British non-selective state school) to win the prize
    • highly-commended in the Nicholas Bacon Politics Essay Prize, run by Corpus Christi College, Cambridge (£50)

Standardized Test Scores:

  • 2019: GRE, first attempt
    • Verbal Reasoning: 170 out of 170, top 1%
    • Quantitative Reasoning: 170 out of 170, top 4%
    • Analytical Writing: 6.0 out of 6.0, top 1%
  • 2015: Thinking Skills Assessment, top 2%