|By Caparanoia (Caparanoia) on Saturday, January 03, 2004 - 11:12 am: Edit|
What are my chances at UCSB and UCI? My first choice is UCI and then UCSB. I applied to UCI, UCSB, UCR, CSU Long Beach. Here are my stats.
Weighted UC GPA: 3.77
ACT: 27( SAT Equivalence of 1220)
SAT 2's: 2C 720, Writing 580, Japanese w/Listening 800 (Total 2100)
UC Eligibilty Index: 5420
Volunteer at a hopspital
Attended Saturday Japanese School since elementary for 7 hours a week.
Over 60 hours of Volunteer Hours
English 2 B/B
Spanish 2 A/A
World History A/A
AP PHYSICS B B/B (3 on AP Test)
AP STATISTICS B/A (4 on AP Test)
Pre-Calc Honors B/B
US History A/A
CP English 3 B/B
Spanish 3 A/A
CP English 4
Multimedia COmmunication Design
AP CALCULUS BC
CA Resident, and also in service area.(They look at in service people's application first )
|By Caliplaya03 (Caliplaya03) on Saturday, January 03, 2004 - 03:14 pm: Edit|
I think you have a great chance of getting into all of them. The only bad thing is your sat score and sat II writing score. I think you still have a great chance though. LOL i would pick UCSB because it's a party school. I heard UCI and UCR are kinda boring. I dont know much about CSU but it's a state school so you have a good chance
|By Isaman (Isaman) on Saturday, January 03, 2004 - 03:30 pm: Edit|
I'm from Cali. Dude, you make the index, you have an ELC number, you have a decent GPA, and your SAT is not bad. Come on, being from Cali. you should know that you will get into all of those schools.
UCR - no problem
UCI - no problem
UCSB - not hard to get into, but it's more selective than UCR and UCI
CSU Long Beach - They'll beg you to go to their school.
|By Isaman (Isaman) on Saturday, January 03, 2004 - 03:31 pm: Edit|
By the way, please critique my essay:
|By Caparanoia (Caparanoia) on Sunday, January 04, 2004 - 10:14 am: Edit|
Isaman, I don't have an ELC number and the reason why I posted this is because I found a 2003 admissoin data for the UC and it showed pretty high scores. The data started from like page 44.
|By Dschnapps (Dschnapps) on Sunday, January 04, 2004 - 01:32 pm: Edit|
What is the "UC GPA"?
Do they calculate for you if your school doesn't?
|By Caparanoia (Caparanoia) on Sunday, January 04, 2004 - 05:42 pm: Edit|
UC GPA is GPA based on 10/11th grade on certain courses the UC approves. You can calculate it very easily. Just be careful that the UC only counts up to 8 semesters of honors/AP courses.
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