University of California

<p>Ok, so I am a Junior and want to know which UC's I could probably get into?</p>

<p>School: Miramonte (Top 10 in California)
GPA: 3.6 (3.5 non-weighted)(average strength of classes)
SAT: 1980 (1320 Equivalent)
Sports: 4 year Varsity Tennis (top 15 team in state)
Job: Summer Tennis Job
Charity: None yet (will do this summer)
X-Factor: Lived in England for 10 years</p>

<p>Do you think that is good enough to get into UCSB or the other UC'S?</p>

<p>good nuff for ucsb, ucd, uci, ucr, ucm.</p>

<p>ucsd - slight reach (raise ur gpa)
ucb/ucla - slight reach/reach - depending on major</p>

<p>Any other ECs?</p>

<p>I had similiar stats and got into UCSD</p>

<p>eh... UCSB is surprisingly competitive, I wouldn't necessarily say you are in. I had a 3.7, tons of EC's, good essays, and I got shafted from SB. Some other people w/ higher stats than me got cut this year too. I'm not saying you'll get rejected, in you fare a great chance. I'm just simply saying not to count this egg before it hatches.</p>

<p>Oh yeah, but davis and irvine you are in for sure.</p>

<p>Irvine, Davis, and Santa Barbara have very comparable acceptance rates. No one could be in for sure at one of them and on the bubble on the others. Their admission acceptance rates are just too similar and admissions too random.</p>

<p>You're definitely not good enough for UCLA or Berkeley. Have to raise GPA in particular, and maybe get your SAT's above 2000 (a magic number).</p>