Transferring to UCLA

<p>I'm gonna be a freshmen at Texas A&M University and I'm going to major in Biomedical Sciences. My plan is to apply to transfer to UCLA after my first year at A&M. I was wondering what the requirements for transferring to UCLA were. Can anyone help me? Thanks!</p>

<p>It's virtually impossible to do so from a four-year school. Don't bother.</p>

<p>you serious?</p>

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My plan is to apply to transfer to UCLA after my first year at A&M.

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plan won't work. UCLA only accepts students as frosh or junior transfers.</p>

<p>drop out and move to California and go to a CC for 2 years</p>

<p>out of state + 1 year transfer = very hard</p>

<p>out of state + 2 year transfer = hard</p>

<p>in state + 1 year transfer = hard</p>

<p>in state + 2 year trasnfer = pretty easy</p>

<p>I know tons of people who tranfered after 1 year, but they were in state and they did a crapload of units per quarter.</p>

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drop out and move to California and go to a CC for 2 years

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CC students get priority in admission, so it will work on that front. Actually if you look online you only have to complete the last year's worth of work before applying at a CC to be considered a CC xfer, so the OP <em>could</em> go to a CC after the 1st year to get that boost in admission.</p>

<p>Keep in mind, though, that even if you attend a CC in California you will almost certainly still be considered out-of-state for tuition purposes.</p>