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Chances of getting into California State University Long Beach

EnglishNerdEnglishNerd Registered User Posts: 8 New Member
edited February 2010 in California Colleges
I'm a female Junior right now in Colorado.
I don't have a bundle of information just yet but would love any input based off of information given.
Currently have: 3.2 GPA
ACT PLAN score: 25 (taken sophmore year, taking real test in April)
Have not taken SAT yet will be taking in June as well as SAT II.
Classes taken or currently taking:
Honors Civics
Honors Geography
Honors English I & II
Honors Biology
Honors U.S. History
AP U.S. History*
AP Language Composition*
Four years of Spanish
Algebra I and II*
Next Year Classes:
AP World History
AP Literacy
AP Statistics
(*classes currently being taken)
Captain of colorguard/winterguard...member of ensemble for three years.

Any more information that I could provide I will try and put it on here
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Replies to: Chances of getting into California State University Long Beach

  • EnglishNerdEnglishNerd Registered User Posts: 8 New Member
    **Also taking Forensics and Honors English 12 next year.
    Previously took Earth Science and Chemistry.
    I don't know if what classes I took or am taking will make a difference but I have heard that the more you challenge yourself during high school the more likely a college will accept you.
  • funnypunjabifunnypunjabi Registered User Posts: 3,708 Senior Member
    whats your cumulative GPA?
  • EnglishNerdEnglishNerd Registered User Posts: 8 New Member
    Cumulative is 3.2
  • alamemomalamemom Registered User Posts: 6,384 Senior Member
    You do not appear to have a VPA class, which is one of the A-G requirements for UC/CSU eligibility. If you do not have the A-G requirements, you will not be considered for admission. If you do not know what a VPA is, then you need to do some research on the CSU mentor and UC admissions websites. https://secure.csumentor.edu/planning/high_school/subjects.asp

    A-G requirements can be taken in summer, during senior year and at a community college, as long as they are scheduled at the time of application to CSU/UC, so you still have time to research the requirements and get the ones you are missing.

    Good luck!
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