<p>Hey All,</p>

<p>I am applying to transfer into UCLA's Chemical Engineering program for Fall 2012.</p>

<p>By spring 2012 I will have all pre-reqs. completed except for one math class (Linear Algebra) and a one physics class (mechanics and electricity will be completed).</p>

<p>My GPA should be around a 3.7 by the time I am done with all my work here at the CC (3.65 atm).</p>

<p>Also, I would like to mention that I tutor chemistry to students on campus and that I am active in the chem/math club (officer positions held).</p>

<p>How badly will not having those two classes completed hurt my chances?</p>

<p>Thanks for your time.

<p>If you go to their engineering website, it says that students who are missing two or more of the prerequisites are unlikely to get in. I got in as a Computer Science major with a 3.9 GPA and missing one of the required Physics course. Since your GPA is a bit below the average of the Chemical Engineering majors who were admitted, I would definitely recommend completing all the prerequisites if you can.</p>

<p>I was accepted to UCLA engineering this year. UCLA engineering is the KING of pre-reqs. The department wants students to be completely prepared for their major once they transfer. Missing 1 pre-req might be fine if you have competitive gpa, but missing two is an auto rejection, I can guarantee. I would recommend taking as many prereqs as possible. btw, you only need minimum of one GE course for admission.</p>