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UCLA admission rate for class of 2013

sofla951sofla951 Posts: 291Registered User Junior Member
Does any know or heard anything about what the admission rate for UCLA was this year. I am going to guess in the teens......19%, but it could be lower! I read some articles saying many universities were very unsure what their yields would be this year. I have a feeling that UCLA and Berkeley's yields are going to be a couple percentage points higher this year.
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  • ChristianWuChristianWu Posts: 594Registered User Member
    There was another post talking about this, and from what I've read, the percent was around 21-23% Berkeley is around the same also.

    out of 55,700 applicants and 10-12k offered admission, thats around 21-23% plus or minus 1%
  • sofla951sofla951 Posts: 291Registered User Junior Member
    has any anouncements came out yet about how many admitted?
  • tictactoctictactoc Posts: 19Registered User New Member
    what about the admission rate for internationals/out of staters?
  • PikachiuPikachiu Posts: 50Registered User Junior Member
    UCLA Undergrad Admissions: Profile of Admitted Freshmen, Fall 2009

    in state: 21.66%
    out of state: 26.89%
    international: 18.21%
  • DunninLADunninLA Posts: 4,272Registered User Senior Member
    It keeps getting harder...

    A quick look at this reveals that

    - UCLA rejects 22.6% of *unweighted* 4.0 applicants
    - UCLA rejects 55% of SAT math section 700+ scoring applicants
    - UCLA rejects 62% of *unweighted* 3.7 - 3.99 applicants
    - UCLA rejects 55% of ACT 30-36 scorers

    It is also mildly unsettling to see that AP/Approved Honors/IB = "HONORS LEVEL" courses taken keeps increasing for admitted applicants...

    UCLA Accepts 45% of applicants who have taken 20 or more semesters of "HONORS LEVEL"
    UCLA Accepts only 27% of applicnats who have taken 16-19 of HONORS LEVEL
    UCLA Accepts only 14% of applicants who have taken 12-15 of HONORS LEVEL

    what is disturbing about these figures is that 12-15 semesters of HONORS LEVEL (6 or 7 +1 courses over 3 years) is probably an amount most applicants thinks represents much higher than normal "rigor". That would be 2 in 10th, 2 in 11th, and 3 in 12th as a normal progression. It does not appear that UCLA shares this opinion.
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