Can you re-apply to UC's?

<p>Just incase I don't get accepted, can somebody tell me if I can re-apply and get admitted later?</p>

<p>Yes you can re-apply.</p>

<p>You can definitely re-apply, but I truly admire anyone who has the strength to deal with the 6 month waiting period more than once. It's making me crazy already and my application isnt even finalized.</p>

<p>I forgot to mention some schools don't take transfers for the spring semister though.</p>

<p><strong>allie</strong> where are you applying anyway? UCLA?</p>

<p>Most schools don't accept winter/spring transfers anymore (not sure which do). </p>

<p>Yeah. LA, SD, SB.</p>

<p>My brother got offers, with free rides, from UCLA, UC Irvine, and UC Santa Barbara for admission into fall 2003. He was an out-of-state student, and an URM. He had a 3.5 GPA and took some very hard classes at a rather good four-year university on the East Coast and never got a single C.</p>

<p>He also took a UCLA Extension physics class, but that was as a condition of his admission into the psychology program. He didn't have a lot of extracurriculars either, but it still was no picnic waiting or getting in. Only UC San Diego denied him, but the letter said they took all that year's transfers from California community colleges. Just some info for those who might be interested.</p>

<p>Also, UCLA is unbelievably difficult. He studies day and night and still has maintained a 3.4, but did get his first C in a seemingly simple psych class.</p>

<p>harvardboundpoet whats a URM? This must of been a really good 4 year college.</p>

<p>Under represented minority. He's Mexican-American, but I don't think that alone got him in with his stats. He also had excellent high school courses (six science, six math, four Spanish, etc.)</p>