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Does UCLA help its own undergraduates to get into UCLA dental school?

KlytngKlytng Registered User Posts: 2 New Member
I have to choose between UCLA and UC Berkeley, and I am a pre-dent. It would be great if any one can compare the pros and cons of these two pre-dental programs at these two schools.

Replies to: Does UCLA help its own undergraduates to get into UCLA dental school?

  • thumper1thumper1 Registered User Posts: 69,928 Senior Member
    They are both fine schools. You will need a strong GPA, and a strong score on whatever test dental schools require. That will matter more than UCLA or Cal.

    Dental school admissions are as competitive as medical school....or pretty close.
  • katliamomkatliamom Registered User Posts: 12,172 Senior Member
    To answer the question -- no, UCLA doesn't "help" its undergrads in any particular way to get into any UCLA grad program, dental school included.
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