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current plan for BSME (mechanical engineering)

sdjournotsdjournot Registered User Posts: 20 New Member
(3.8)AAS precision machining- renton technical college (graduate sum 2014)
veteran (USN submariner)
2 years work experience as machinist in aerospace
GED
2004-2005 college drop out green river CC gpa 2.5 failed math&151, 1.1 chem&161, 2.5-3.5 15 more credits
currently 32 years old

AS engineering- highline 2ish year plan
fal 2013 math&151 (4.0)
win 2014 math&152 (*)
spr 2014 math&153 (*) cmst&220 (*)
sum 2014 engl&101 (*)
fal 2014 engr&214 (*) phys&201 (*) math&254 (*)
win 2015 engr&225 (*) phys&202 (*) math220 (*)
spr 2015 engr&215 (*) phys&203 (*) c sci 151 (*)
sum 2015 ?? social science/ humanities elective
fal 2015 chem&161 (*) c sci 152 (*) engr&100 (*)

I don't see any real point in taking any drafting style classes (solid works, GD&T ect) since all of that was covered in machining and I will likely develop a very strong aptitude for it working in industry. I will be retaking at least one class, possibly 3 in order to boost the GPA on my AS engineering (I don't care if transfer credits don't count, they count to me).
Will I have a good chance of getting into UW? what kind of GPA will I need at highline? I know MIT doesn't take transfer students but would I bee setting my sights to high trying to apply for berkley or an ivy league college?
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