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Whether this is your first time visiting my website or your are a frequent visitor, please review the information below regarding how to access password-protected content. History I had a run-in with the UCOP in November 2015 (prior to this incident, the UCs have came after me multiple times; see my origin story for my colorful history with the system)…

Boost Your Academic Rigor with Online High School Courses This Fall!

Couldn’t get into the AP classes at your school? Need to boost the rigor of your schedule? Want to improve your GPA? Enroll now for fall online classes! Remember, your local community college is usually your best bet (free if your counselor signs off on the enrollment), since there are plenty of online community college courses available (search for available…

Berkeley Veteran Transfer Admission Webinar

From the Cal Veteran Services Center: The Office of Undergraduate Admissions and Cal Veteran Services Center will host a number of webinars in late summer and early fall to assist U.S. military personnel and veterans in understanding our admissions process, how to apply to UC Berkeley, and how to become a stronger applicant in a selective admissions process. To register…

UC Counselors and Advisers Bulletin – August 2016

Just a quick note: according to the bulletin, the new Quick Reference for Counselors will be available early September. But last year’s Quick Reference for Counselors should remain on the website until the new one comes out (at least that is how it has been in the past). The guide is a great one-stop resource for freshman applicants. There are…

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