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Okay so I applied to UCSB and UCLA (99% sure i wont get in here)
*Out of State student. . . . . . I applied to schools on the west coast as there is a great possibility that my mom will be moving there soon. If I go to an instate school, well still get in state tuition because of my dad’s residency.
You have also received little or no guidance in your choice of colleges, or you ignored that guidance. You applied to the UC's as an OOS student. No financial aid at all regardless of your parents' income or relationship.