<p>So I met one of the Berkeley reps at an Honors luncheon at my CC last week.
She has been extremely helpful so far, and even suggested adding me to her Berkeley transfer email list. I filled out a 1 page info sheet for her to be added, and one of the q's was "Graduation date of high school", which was 2004. The rep was curious why I had a 4 year gap between the CC and my HS grad date, and I told her I had attended a 4-year school back in my home country (Ukraine). I didn't get a BA because I did only 3 years out of 4 (due to moving to the US). When I was applying to my CC in 2008, I told them that I had taken many courses back home, but they were firm on the fact that none of the courses taken at my ACCREDITED university could be transferred for just one simple reason - they hadn't been taught in English.
So I took 48 units already at the CC, and will be taking 12 more this fall to apply for UC transfer admission this coming fall.</p>
<p>The rep told me that I may have too many units for Berkeley College of Letters & Science.
OMG. I'm so freaking out right now!
How can it be possible?
Has anyone been in the same situation?</p>
<p>Any piece of advice (knowledgeable please) will be appreciated!</p>