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UCLA transfer chances

epgeniusepgenius Registered User Posts: 18 New Member
edited December 2009 in UC Transfers
Hey everyone, I am a first-year sophomore at UCSB who's hoping to transfer to UCLA Fall 2010. My stats are as follows:
Current college G.P.A.: 3.43
High School G.P.A. (weighted): 3.7
ACT: 32
SAT: 1950
A.P.s taken: 8 (three 5s, four 4s and one 3)

Academic Decathlon (12th in state overall, 1st in history and interview)
Varsity Golf
Lots of Community Service
Lots of Honors (scholarships, honor rolls, published poet)
CALPIRG Internship

(Great essays)

Major: Political Science

I know everyone talks about UC transfers in terms of community colleges, but UCSB's transfer rate to UCLA is second only to Santa Monica College. I've only gotten one quarter of grades under my belt, but it's close to their accepted average G.P.A. (around 3.5)... Anyone with similar stats or educated inference?

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