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What are my chances in getting into SDSU?

paulinabbbpaulinabbb Registered User Posts: 2 New Member
Okay I'm freaking out because I just want to know if I'll get in. It's my top choice and dream school. I majored in Biology and sent in my app on October 3rd.
WGPA:4.2
SAT: 960
I also live in California.

Replies to: What are my chances in getting into SDSU?

  • GumbymomGumbymom Forum Champion UC Posts: 24,263 Forum Champion
    edited December 2015
    Is your WGPA your CSU GPA?
    http://rogerhub.com/gpa-calculator-uc/

    Calculate your Eligibility index: (CSU GPA x800) + (SAT Math + CR)

    If your EI is around 4100+, you have a good chance for an acceptance.

    SDSU will be sending out acceptances through March, so do not panic. Only OOS and high stat applicants get notified early in December.
  • paulinabbbpaulinabbb Registered User Posts: 2 New Member
    CSU: GPA 4.2 EI:4320
  • GumbymomGumbymom Forum Champion UC Posts: 24,263 Forum Champion
    You have a solid EI, so you have a good chance. Hang in there!!
  • kidsrexpensivekidsrexpensive Registered User Posts: 155 Junior Member
    I think my son will have an EI only around 4000. He wants to major in parks, recreation and natural resource management. Anyone know if some majors have lower EIs? Or if there is a way to get them to review things other than EI? SDSU is his dream school. Thx.
  • GumbymomGumbymom Forum Champion UC Posts: 24,263 Forum Champion
    Acceptance rate for Parks/Recreation and Nat Resource is around 30%. Not a very popular major however, so I think he has a good chance. I would also look at SLO since their RPTA acceptance rate is above 50%.
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