|By Transfer16 (Transfer16) on Wednesday, January 21, 2004 - 03:39 am: Edit|
Hi to all potential transfers!
I been working very hard the past year 1 and 1/2 in order to transfer. I currently attend a California Community College.
I would like to transfer to: Stanford, Tufts, Harvard, UCLA, Yale, U of Miami, U of Chicago.
Here are my stats:
_Horrible High School career, around 1.9 GPA.
_I was out of school 3 years.
_4.0 College GPA (Averaging 17 quarter units and 30% of the units being honors)I've been at my college almost 2 years.
_1220 on the SAT (its low and I dont think I will be able to bring it up much more. English is not my first language).
_Founder and President of a sports club.
_EOPS community service volunteer.
_Student Government/School Paper Treasurer.
_Work as a Hockey referee 15 hours a week.
Post your comments or stats (if you want). I'm interested in what all of you are doing regarding the transfer process.
|By Momojaja (Momojaja) on Saturday, January 24, 2004 - 07:56 pm: Edit|
hi, transfer16, i am a pontential transfer2, i am freshman at Boston U and hoping to transfer to Wellesley... i barely studied at my first semester, so i got a terrible gpa T_T, i am determined to work my ass off to get a good gpa this semester.
i think u have a grate chance to get in UCLA and U of Miami, good luck!
|By Meggykewpie (Meggykewpie) on Saturday, January 24, 2004 - 08:00 pm: Edit|
How hard is it to transfer if you are out of state and you want to go to UCLA or UC Berkley? My situation is that I will probably attend case western for a year because I didn't apply to UCLA or UC Berkley because I am out of state. However, my family is moving to california this summer. Does that not make a difference anymore though seeing that I would be in college? I also applied to USC, would I have a better chance of getting into the UC's if I went to USC for a year? Do you know what kind of grades you need? Thanks!
|By Aclockworkowens (Aclockworkowens) on Saturday, January 24, 2004 - 08:02 pm: Edit|
It's really, really hard to transfer to UCLA or Berkeley out of state...the reason being that everyone currently enrolled in a California Community College wants to enroll in one of those two schools...
|By Shahab (Shahab) on Saturday, January 24, 2004 - 08:11 pm: Edit|
hey im a transfer app too harvard, dartmouth, yale, stanford, u chicago, babson, upenn, nyu, columbia, cornell. 3.82 college gpa soph year, 1550 SAT1 prez and founder of management and marketing association, managing editor of poetry review.
If anyone wants to contact me, my AIM is FreeAdHere
|By Transfer16 (Transfer16) on Saturday, January 24, 2004 - 08:14 pm: Edit|
Momojaja: interestingly enough, I currently attend a California community College who has recently entered an "alliance" with Wellesley? I think its a great school, but since I'm a boy, it's a bit hard to get accepted there,jajja.
MeggieKewepie: If you are really interested in transfering to UC Berkeley or UCLA I would recommend you to come to California with your family and attend a Community College. Most of these colleges have official priority admissions.
By the way, in my resume above I forgot to say that I have legacy in Stanford.
Keep on posting about your different situations. Maybe we can all help each other.
|By Momojaja (Momojaja) on Saturday, January 24, 2004 - 08:16 pm: Edit|
shahab, where do u go to school now? i think u could definitely get into babson
best of luck!
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