Undecided easiest to get in?

<p>I heard that if you choose undecided you have much higher chances to get in is it true?</p>

<p>I have no idea, but keep in mind that many top colleges don't allow transfer student's to apply as Undeclared.</p>

<p>^^^Not true.</p>

<p>If you are going into your junior year, then you must declare a major. Just like if you were to continue at your original school, you would have to declare a major by the end of your sophomore year if you haven't already.</p>

<p>You start to do courses that directly relate to your major in your junior and senior year.</p>

<p>^ so then natasha is right. even if you apply as a sophomore, it'd probably be hard to articulate why you want to transfer if it's not because of academics. but junior transfers do (most of the time) need to declare a major, because, as you said, they need to start their major coursework.</p>

<p>Hard? why would i not transfer from a community college?</p>

<p>well you can't just be like "i want a bachelors". great, so then you can do that almost anywhere. you need to tell them why their specific school is perfect for you, especially for top schools.</p>