What is your top choice schools?

<p>Just wondering where you guys applied and where you really want to go. If your top choice school has already released acceptances, did you get in?</p>

<p>Edit: Excuse the error in the title</p>

<p>Applied: UCSD, UCSB, UCB, and UCLA
Haven't been accepted or rejected to any yet
Top choice: Berkeley or UCLA (I would be really happy to go to either one)</p>

<p>Applied: UCSD, UCLA, UC Davis, and UC Irvine</p>

<p>Accepted: UCSD and UCI</p>

<p>Pending: UCLA and UC Davis</p>

<p>Top choice: UCSD</p>

<p>Applied:UCI , Cal</p>

<p>Accepted: UCI</p>

<p>Top Choice: Strange one. If my gf gets into UCI i'll go there but if not i'll go to Cal pending i get in</p>

<p>I applied to UCSC, UC Merced, UCSB, and UC Davis</p>

<p>I was accepted into UCSC</p>

<p>I haven't been rejected from any school....... yet</p>

<p>My top choice would be UC Davis, followed by UCSB</p>

<p>ohhh boy. I hope you're really confident in your relationship if you're willing to give up Cal for Irvine.</p>

<p>peterr i strongly advise you against going to a school for a relationship. just dont.</p>

<p>top choice is definitely carnegie mellon</p>

<li>Haas School of Business</li>
<li>Marshall School of Business</li>
<li>UCLA - Communications Studies</li>

<p>Haven't heard back from any of the 3 schools yet.</p>

<p>applied: cal poly slo, long beach, csun, san diego state, and ucsb</p>

<p>accepted: cal poly slo, csun</p>

<p>rejected: sdsu and long beach</p>

<p>top 2 are UCSB and cal poly slo</p>

<p>@peterr86: Mark my words, choosing a school based on where your girlfriend goes is one of the stupidest things you will probably ever do in your life. Doubt you'll listen to this advice, but just remember that you were warned, when you're sitting in regret of past decisions.</p>

<p>Applied: UCSD, UCLA, UCSB, UCSC, and UCB</p>

<p>Accepted: UCSD and UCSC</p>

<p>Pending: UCSB, UCLA, and UCB</p>

<p>Top choice: UCLA, UCB, UCSB, UCSD, and UCSC</p>

<p>Top Top Choice: UCLA or UCB</p>

<p>empirescrumble, </p>

<p>someone once told me the same thing, and i didnt listen. I wish I would have.</p>

<p>Clearly, the woman is dominant in the relationship. Peter is a sucker, but let us not get off topic.</p>

<p>Peterr, I would just like to reiterate everyone's advise so far. If it was meant to be, the distance will not destroy your relationship.</p>

<p>back to the topic, though I have to agree with the above posts, I would never want my bf to go to a school just to stay with me. </p>

<p>I applied to UCSD, UCD, UCSC, and UCSB</p>

<p>Accepted at UCSC but my top is UCD</p>

<p>@thelittlesh0w I'm a man, but what's wrong with a woman being dominant in the relationship? You're obviously saying it to shame him, as if "a real man" would dominate "his woman like the beast that she is."</p>

<p>What kind of person even thinks in these terms? </p>

<p>Most mature relationships I know feature a dynamic proportion of dominance between the sexes, maybe this is what you meant to say. Maybe you meant to say this and imply that he is being unnaturally submissive. In which case, you still have too little information to assume he's being submissive.</p>

<p>I think the term you're looking for is whipped. I know a guy who gave up UCLA for a CSU for a girl, they broke up within the first semester.</p>

<p>i think that's sweet</p>

<p>Applied to: UCSB, UCLA, UCSC, hmmm UCSD, aaaaand Berkeley</p>

<p>Top choice: I have NO idea-it literally changes daily haha..
Today, it's UCLA
But 3 weeks ago it was UCSC
I have no clue! Just play it by ear, I guess (or paper?! lol)</p>