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Chance me!

laccstudentlaccstudent Registered User Posts: 195 Junior Member

Major ; B.A Anthropology
GPA: 4.0
Major GPA: 4.0
IGETC: Done by Fall 2016
EOPS/TAP: No

EC:
6 week Summer volunteer in 2015
Phi Theta Kappa member Since Feb 2016
Deans Honors for Fall semester (4.0)

Major Downside/Red Flag:
4 Withdraws
2 NoPass (Mathematics)

Applying to:
UCLA UCB


What is my chance right now? 4 Ws and 2NPs seem like an automatic no to UCLA and UCB... Hopefully there is a chance for me.

Replies to: Chance me!

  • Orangered123Orangered123 Registered User Posts: 523 Member
    4W's aren't a big deal, the NP's are problematic though.

    How does your transcript look? Were the NP's and W's older, during your first CC semester or so? Or are they more recent?
  • laccstudentlaccstudent Registered User Posts: 195 Junior Member
    @Orangered123 Ws in each semester since last summer. And 1 NP from each Fall and Spring semester of 15-16 year.
  • briank82briank82 Registered User Posts: 1,116 Senior Member
    Dude. You just need to chill out and focus on doing your best. You've posted the same question multiple times since April. You have a great GPA with a few hits against you with the NPs, and--for the millionth time--W's mean nothing.

    Focus on doing well and find ways to make yourself a more rounded applicant.
  • laccstudentlaccstudent Registered User Posts: 195 Junior Member
  • laccstudentlaccstudent Registered User Posts: 195 Junior Member
    edited June 2016
    I'll calm down for a bit. It's really stressful and nerve-racking that I didn't even realize how many times I've asked the same question. To help me with anxiety, I asked the same question again and again. This is gonna be the last time. I promise :)
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