UCLA admissions statistics for Transfer Fall 2007

<p>I don't know if everyone got to see this... but this really gave me a piece of mind. The UCLA rep says that as long as you fall above the average, you should feel better about your application.</p>

<p>UCLA</a> Undergrad Admissions: Profile of Admitted Transfer Students by Major, Fall 2007</p>

<p>I believe if you back track on the website, you can find the statistics for Freshmen Admits as well.</p>

<p>Hahaha that information has been in this forum a lot but thank you for trying to share information this crucial piece of info. I was really excited when I found that too.</p>

<p>"The UCLA rep says that as long as you fall above the average, you should feel better about your application."</p>

<p>kinda obvious. did they also tell you if you fall below average you should feel worse about your application? I sure feel worse about it.</p>

<p>and the million dollar question:</p>

<p>did the rep say average gpa of applicants or admits?</p>

<p>one rep did tell me that. however she also told me that if I don't finish my pre-req's by fall 2007 (I applied for fall 2008), then I would be less likely to be accepted to UCLA. The other rep told me that it's not the case and that the inital rep was a replacement from the general admissions office.</p>

<p>They also kept stressing that it depends on your major.</p>

<p>Well I'm above the average applicant??</p>

<p>...I suck at life....</p>

<p>if have above admit GPA.. and done with pre-req/IGETC(depending on major) you should not worry too much about UCLA>.</p>

<p>I believe the answer to the "million" dollar question would be above the average GPA of admits. Bear in mind that the GPA's are skewed by TAP applicants, probably making the average admit GPA lower than it is for non-TAP applicants. Last year we observed that no one on this board got into UCLA for Economics with less than a 3.8, unless he or she had TAP. If our hypothesis that 3.8 was the cut off is true, the listed average of 3.78 is then explained by TAP.</p>

<p>for some majors that are popular with UC to UC transfer also bear in mind that the admit gpa is lower than the average.</p>

<p>my friend applied for computer science linguistic last year and only 4 people applied with an aver gpa of around 3.4-3.5, i think. they admitted him and only him with a 3.2 gpa. lol</p>

<p>Guys... as someone who was in the same position last year .. my word of assurance for a few of you is that if you fall around the avg admit gpa from last year and have completed your pre-reqs.. you WILL be admitted..</p>

<p>You made a new account just to reassure us. Thanks bruinlopez</p>

<p>damn i should have majored in hebrew</p>

<p>haha i agree.. i should of choice korean major!</p>

<p>has anyone encountered data like this for UCB?</p>

<p>There is some info for UCB admission statistics in the University of California website but nothing as good as UCLA.</p>

<p>I like that UCLA is really on the ball as far as statistics. It takes (me, at least) a lot more time to hunt around other schools' websites (I'm looking at you, UCSB) to find data that's not nearly as complete.</p>

<p>Ugh, I'm really not getting in then... average admitted GPA for my major last year was 3.89.
I have a 3.69.</p>

<p><em>cries big, fat tears</em></p>

<p>I'm hoping UC Berkeley's transfer rates are similar to UCLA's in mathematics (seems to be given with few data).</p>

<p>I wish Berkeley had something like this... :(</p>

<p>I could only find the # of degrees awarded by major: <a href="http://opa.berkeley.edu/analysesandreports/OriginalFiles/MajorsAndDegreesByAcadProgram.xls%5B/url%5D"&gt;http://opa.berkeley.edu/analysesandreports/OriginalFiles/MajorsAndDegreesByAcadProgram.xls&lt;/a&gt;&lt;/p>