I appealed, can still submit my SIR to another UC?

<p>I did not get into my top choice, and I decided to appeal. I am pretty sure that they won't chance their mind. Can I submit my SIR to UC Davis ( i was admitted there) ?
What if I submit my SIR to UCD and get accepted to the other college through appeal? It probably won't happen but I want to know if you can change your mind after you submit your SIR.</p>

<p>You are encouraged to SIR with another campus if you are on a waitlist or waiting for appeal. If you are pulled off the waitlist or admitted on appeal, you can decide where you want to attend and withdraw the SIR from the campus you are no longer interested in enrolling.</p>

<p>yea, the only catch is that you lose your 100 dollars, but in the grand scheme of things, it's not a big loss</p>

<p>yup i did that for UCB and then changed to UCLA when i got in thru appeal.</p>

<p>Good luck on appealing</p>

<p>Can someone read my appeal letter and help me out as well? I would appreciate any help!</p>

<p>thanks everyone for your answers! I appealed and got into UCB! :)</p>

<p>wow! congrats marix! :D</p>

<p>could you plz share some tips on appeals?
i checked the website and it asked to offer new evidence...which was too vague for me to start my appeal letter</p>

<p>thx</p>

<p>Congrats marix123!</p>

<p>@myhay, below are the appeal guidelines I have:</p>

<p>Guidelines on Writing Your Appeal</p>

<p>Remember, telling the admissions office they made a huge mistake is not going to help you. For your appeal to be considered, you must prove that you are a much stronger candidate than what was presented in your application. Specifically, you must present new and compelling information that was not previously available to the admissions office. So if you failed to include information regarding extraordinary hardship or exceptional academic achievement on your application, you can discuss these things on your appeal as reasons for the UCs to reconsider you.</p>

<p>The focus of your appeal should be why you are an excellent candidate for the UCs, not why your hardship is horrible or why you have to get into the UCs. Your objective is to explain why the UCs should be interested in you, not how much you love the UCs. State your case concisely (one page appeal is ideal and two pages are acceptable) and don't exaggerate or try to be dramatic. Keep in mind that the decision reversal rate is less than 3% at Berkeley and UCLA, and under 10% at most other UC campuses.</p>

<p>Campus-Specific Appeal Filing Instructions</p>

<p>Each UC campus offers a set of instructions on how to submit an appeal. You MUST follow the instructions to ensure proper and expedited processing of your appeal submission. Failure to comply with the instructions may result in dismissal of your appeal.</p>

<p>Berkeley: Transfer</a> Selection FAQ's
Scroll down to Can I appeal my admission decision? (postal mail appeal only)</p>

<p>Davis: UC</a> Davis :: Non-admitted students
Scroll down to May I appeal to be reconsidered? (online appeal only)</p>

<p>Irvine: Appeal</a> Information Scroll down to Transfer Selection Appeals (postal mail appeal only)</p>

<p>UCLA: <a href="https://www.admissions.ucla.edu/AppealsTr.htm%5B/url%5D"&gt;https://www.admissions.ucla.edu/AppealsTr.htm&lt;/a> (online appeal only)</p>

<p>Merced: [Appeals</a> | Admissions<a href="postal%20mail%20or%20online%20appeal">/url</a></p>

<p>Riverside: [url=<a href="http://resources.ucr.edu/myucrhelp/Lists/MyUCRHelp/DispForm.aspx?ID=87&Source=http%3A%2F%2Fresources.ucr.edu%2Fmyucrhelp%2FLists%2FMyUCRHelp%2FAllItems.aspx%5DMyUCRHelp"&gt;http://resources.ucr.edu/myucrhelp/Lists/MyUCRHelp/DispForm.aspx?ID=87&Source=http%3A%2F%2Fresources.ucr.edu%2Fmyucrhelp%2FLists%2FMyUCRHelp%2FAllItems.aspx]MyUCRHelp&lt;/a> - How do I appeal my admission decision?<a href="online%20appeal%20only">/url</a></p>

<p>San Diego: <a href="https://www-act.ucsd.edu/studentApplicants/pdf/admitfaqtrannrt.pdf%5B/url%5D"&gt;https://www-act.ucsd.edu/studentApplicants/pdf/admitfaqtrannrt.pdf](&lt;a href="http://admissions.ucmerced.edu/appeals%5DAppeals"&gt;http://admissions.ucmerced.edu/appeals)&lt;/a>
Scroll down to Can I appeal the admission decision? (online appeal only)</p>

<p>Santa Barbara: <a href="http://www.admissions.ucsb.edu/parentcounselor/Appealprocess.asp%5B/url%5D"&gt;http://www.admissions.ucsb.edu/parentcounselor/Appealprocess.asp&lt;/a> (postal mail appeal only)</p>

<p>Santa Cruz: [url=<a href="http://admissions.ucsc.edu/apply/transfer-not-admitted.html#appeals%5DInformation"&gt;http://admissions.ucsc.edu/apply/transfer-not-admitted.html#appeals]Information&lt;/a> for Upper-Division Transfer Students Not Offered Admission (March 17, 2011)<a href="postal%20mail%20appeal%20only">/url</a></p>