|By Socalstudent (Socalstudent) on Tuesday, November 04, 2003 - 01:50 am: Edit|
I have a question: am I competing for college spots at UC's with the students in my own school only or is it more based on the entire applicant pool? Clarification: Does having more smart people at my school hurt my chances if my scores are good but not as good as others at my school?
|By Ellemenope (Ellemenope) on Tuesday, November 04, 2003 - 05:24 am: Edit|
One way in which going to a smart school hurts you if you are planning on applying to the UC system: the top 4% of each high school senior class is designated ELC (eligibility in local context). These people will get a spot at a UC (which UC is the million dollar question). Harder to be top 4% at a really competitive school. Other than that, I think that admissions are based upon entire applicant pool.
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