Success Rate

Fall 2017 UC Application Cycle

Fall 2016 UC Application Cycle

Fall 2015 UC Application Cycle

Fall 2014 UC Application Cycle

Fall 2013 UC Application Cycle

Fall 2012 UC Application Cycle

Fall 2011 UC Application Cycle

Fall 2010 UC Application Cycle

Fall 2009 UC Application Cycle

Fall 2008 UC Application Cycle

Fall 2007 UC Application Cycle


Fall 2017 UC Application Cycle

The average acceptance rate for freshman applicants at Berkeley (Fall & Spring) was 18.3% and at UCLA (Fall only) it was 16.1% (source: University of California – FRESHMAN ADMISSION RATES by Campus and Residency – Fall 2015, 2016 and 2017). The average acceptance rate for transfer applicants at Berkeley (Fall & Spring) was 27.9% and at UCLA (Fall only) it was 28.1% (source: University of California – California Community College Transfer Admission Rates by Campus – Fall 2015, 2016 and 2017).

UC Application Service: I helped 4 freshman applicants and 1 transfer applicant complete their UC Application. Of those students, 2 freshman applicants (50.0%) were admitted to either Berkeley or UCLA or both, and the transfer applicant (100.0%) was admitted to Berkeley. I also helped the transfer applicant with the Haas Supplemental Application and the student (100.0%) was admitted to Haas.

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Fall 2016 UC Application Cycle

The average acceptance rate for freshman applicants at Berkeley (Fall & Spring) was 17.5% and at UCLA (Fall only) it was 18.0% (source: University of California – FRESHMAN ADMISSION RATES by Campus and Residency – Fall 2014, 2015 and 2016). The average acceptance rate for transfer applicants at Berkeley (Fall & Spring) was 24.6% and at UCLA (Fall only) it was 29.3% (source: University of California – California Community College Transfer Admission Rates by Campus – Fall 2014, 2015 and 2016).

UC Application Service: I helped 8 freshman applicants and 5 transfer applicants complete their UC Application. Of those students, 5 freshman applicants (62.5%) were admitted to either Berkeley or UCLA or both (2 were placed on waitlist and later admitted to Berkeley), and 3 transfer applicants (60.0%) were admitted to either Berkeley or UCLA or both.

Supplemental Questionnaire Service: I helped 3 freshman applicants complete their Supplemental Questionnaire response and 2 student (66.6%) were admitted to the UC where the Supplemental Questionnaire was issued.

Waitlist Statement Service: I helped 18 freshman applicants and 3 transfer applicants complete their Waitlist Statement. Of those students, 11 freshman applicants (61.1%) and 1 transfer applicant (33.3%) were admitted to the campus where they were placed on the waitlist. Please note that these numbers include only those students who were on the waitlist for campuses that accepted students from the waitlist.

Appeal Service: I helped 11 freshman applicants and 2 transfer applicants complete their admission denial appeal. Of those students, 4 freshman applicants (36.4%) and no transfer applicant (0.0%) were admitted to a campus where they filed an appeal.

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Fall 2015 UC Application Cycle

The average acceptance rate for freshman applicants at Berkeley (Fall & Spring) was 16.9% and at UCLA (Fall only) it was 17.3% (source: University of California – FRESHMAN ADMISSION RATES by Campus and Residency – Fall 2013, 2014 and 2015). The average acceptance rate for transfer applicants at Berkeley (Fall & Spring) was 26.9% and at UCLA (Fall only) it was 28.5% (source: University of California – California Community College Transfer Admission Rates by Campus – Fall 2013, 2014 and 2015).

UC Application Service: I helped 8 freshman applicants and 11 transfer applicants complete their UC Application. Of those students, 5 freshman applicants (62.5%) were admitted to either Berkeley or UCLA or both (1 was a Spring admit to Berkeley; 1 was placed on waitlist and later admitted to Berkeley), and 6 transfer applicants (54.5%) were admitted to either Berkeley or UCLA or both. I helped 3 transfer applicants with their Haas Supplemental Application and 2 of them (66.6%) were admitted to Haas.

Supplemental Questionnaire Service: I helped 2 freshman applicants complete their Supplemental Questionnaire response and 1 student (50.0%) was admitted to the UC where the Supplemental Questionnaire was issued.

Waitlist Statement Service: I helped 18 freshman applicants and 5 transfer applicants complete their Waitlist Statement. Of those students, 9 freshman applicants (50.0%) and 2 transfer applicants (40.0%) were admitted to the campus where they were placed on the waitlist. Please note that these numbers include only those students who were on the waitlist for campuses that accepted students from the waitlist.

Appeal Service: I helped 21 freshman applicants and 6 transfer applicants complete their admission denial appeal. Of those students, 2 freshman applicants (9.5%) and 3 transfer applicants (50.0%) were admitted to a campus where they filed an appeal.

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Fall 2014 UC Application Cycle

The average acceptance rate for freshman applicants at Berkeley (Fall & Spring) was 18.1% and at UCLA (Fall only) it was 18.6% (source: University of California – FRESHMAN ADMISSION RATES by Campus and Residency – Fall 2013, 2014 and 2015). The average acceptance rate for transfer applicants at Berkeley (Fall & Spring) was 25.7% and at UCLA (Fall only) it was 30.0% (source: University of California – California Community College Transfer Admission Rates by Campus – Fall 2013, 2014 and 2015).

UC Application Service: I helped 20 freshman applicants and 5 transfer applicants complete their UC Application. Of those students, 9 freshman applicants (45.0%) were admitted to either Berkeley or UCLA or both (2 were Spring admits to Berkeley; 2 were placed on waitlist and later admitted to Berkeley; 1 was placed on waitlist and later admitted to UCLA), and 4 transfer applicants (50.0%) were admitted to either Berkeley or UCLA or both (1 was a Spring admit to Berkeley). I helped 2 transfer applicants with their Haas Supplemental Application and both were accepted (100.0%) to Haas.

Supplemental Questionnaire Service: I helped 8 freshman applicants complete their Supplemental Questionnaire response and 3 students (37.5%) were admitted to the UC where the Supplemental Questionnaire was issued.

Waitlist Statement Service: I helped 6 freshman applicants and 5 transfer applicants complete their Waitlist Statement. Of those students, 4 freshman applicants (66.6%) and 1 transfer applicant (20.0%) were admitted to the campus where they were placed on the waitlist. Please note that these numbers include only those students who were on the waitlist for campuses that accepted students from the waitlist.

Appeal Service: I helped 14 freshman applicants and 7 transfer applicants complete their admission denial appeal. Of those students, 4 freshman applicants (28.6%) and 2 transfer applicants (28.6%) were admitted to a campus where they filed an appeal.

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Fall 2013 UC Application Cycle

The average acceptance rate for freshman applicants at Berkeley (Fall & Spring) was 20.9% and at UCLA (Fall only) it was 20.5% (source: University of California – FRESHMAN ADMISSION RATES by Campus and Residency – Fall 2013, 2014 and 2015). The average acceptance rate for transfer applicants at Berkeley (Fall & Spring) was 27.2% and at UCLA (Fall only) it was 29.1% (source: University of California – California Community College Transfer Admission Rates by Campus – Fall 2013, 2014 and 2015).

UC Application Service: I helped 17 freshman applicants and 13 transfer applicants complete their UC Application. Of those students, 12 freshman applicants (70.6%) were admitted to either Berkeley or UCLA or both, and 8 transfer applicants (61.5%) were admitted to either Berkeley or UCLA or both. I helped 1 transfer applicant with the Haas Supplemental Application and that student was accepted (100.0%) to Haas.

Supplemental Questionnaire Service: I helped 5 freshman applicants complete their Supplemental Questionnaire response and 4 students (80.0%) were admitted to the UC where the Supplemental Questionnaire was issued.

Waitlist Statement Service: I helped 6 freshman applicants and 1 transfer applicant complete their Waitlist Statement. Of those students, 3 freshman applicants (50.0%) and no transfer applicant (0.0%) were admitted to the campus where they were placed on the waitlist. Please note that these numbers include only those students who were on the waitlist for campuses that accepted students from the waitlist.

Appeal Service: I helped 19 freshman applicants and 15 transfer applicants complete their admission denial appeal. Of those students, 2 freshman applicants (10.5%) and 1 transfer applicant (6.7%) were admitted to a campus where they filed an appeal.

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Fall 2012 UC Application Cycle

The average acceptance rate for freshman applicants at Berkeley (Fall & Spring) was 21.1% and at UCLA (Fall only) it was 21.3% (source: University of California – New FRESHMAN ADMIT Rates by Campus and Residency – Fall 2010, 2011 and 2012). The average acceptance rate for transfer applicants at Berkeley (Fall & Spring) was 27.2% and at UCLA (Fall only) it was 31.4% (source: University of California – California Community College Transfer Admission Rates by Campus – Fall 2010, 2011 and 2012).

UC Application Service: I helped 17 freshman applicants and 15 transfer applicants complete their UC Application. Of those students, 7 freshman applicants (41.2%) were admitted to either Berkeley or UCLA or both, and 11 transfer applicants (73.3%) were admitted to either Berkeley or UCLA or both. I helped 5 transfer applicants with their Haas Supplemental Application and 3 of them (60.0%) were admitted to Haas.

Supplemental Questionnaire Service: I helped 1 freshman applicant complete the Supplemental Questionnaire response and that student was not accepted (0.0%) at the UC where the Supplemental Questionnaire was issued.

Waitlist Statement Service: I helped 10 freshman applicants and 4 transfer applicants complete their Waitlist Statement. Of those students, 4 freshman applicants (40.0%) and 2 transfer applicants (50.0%) were admitted to the campus where they were placed on the waitlist. Please note that these numbers include only those students who were on the waitlist for campuses that accepted students from the waitlist.

Appeal Service: I helped 15 freshman applicants and 8 transfer applicants complete their admission denial appeal. Of those students, 3 freshman applicants (20.0%) and 2 transfer applicants (25.0%) were admitted to a campus where they filed an appeal.

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Fall 2011 UC Application Cycle

The average acceptance rate for freshman applicants at Berkeley (Fall & Spring) was 25.5% and at UCLA (Fall only) it was 25.3% (source: University of California – New FRESHMAN ADMIT Rates by Campus and Residency – Fall 2010, 2011 and 2012). The average acceptance rate for transfer applicants at Berkeley (Fall & Spring) was 28% and at UCLA (Fall only) it was 29.3% (source: University of California – California Community College Transfer Admission Rates by Campus – Fall 2010, 2011 and 2012).

UC Application Service: I helped 13 freshman applicants and 17 transfer applicants complete their UC Application. Of those students, 5 freshman applicants (38.5%) were admitted to either Berkeley or UCLA or both, and 13 transfer applicants (76.5%) were admitted to either Berkeley or UCLA or both. I helped 2 transfer applicants with their Haas Supplemental Application and both (100.0%) were admitted to Haas.

Supplemental Questionnaire Service: I helped 3 freshman applicants complete their Supplemental Questionnaire response and none (0.0%) were admitted to the UC where the Supplemental Questionnaire was issued.

Waitlist Statement Service: I helped 1 freshman applicant and 2 transfer applicants complete their Waitlist Statement. All 3 students were accepted (100.0%) to the campus where they were placed on the waitlist.

Appeal Service: I helped 12 freshman applicants and 6 transfer applicants complete their admission denial appeal. Of those students, 4 freshman applicants (33.3%) and 3 transfer applicants (50.0%) were admitted to a campus where they filed an appeal.

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Fall 2010 UC Application Cycle

The average acceptance rate for freshman applicants at Berkeley (Fall & Spring) was 25.6% and at UCLA (Fall only) it was 22.6% (source: University of California – New FRESHMAN ADMIT Rates by Campus and Residency – Fall 2010, 2011 and 2012). The average acceptance rate for transfer applicants at Berkeley (Fall & Spring) was 28.9% and at UCLA (Fall only) it was 31.6% (source: University of California – California Community College Transfer Admission Rates by Campus – Fall 2010, 2011 and 2012).

UC Application Service: I helped 12 freshman applicants and 12 transfer applicants complete their UC Application. Of those students, 4 freshman applicants (33.3%) were admitted to either Berkeley or UCLA or both, and 8 transfer applicants (66.7%) were admitted to either Berkeley or UCLA or both.

Supplemental Questionnaire Service: I helped 2 freshman applicants complete their Supplemental Questionnaire response and neither was accepted (0.0%) at the UC from which the Supplemental Questionnaire was issued.

Appeal Service: I helped 4 freshman applicants and 8 transfer applicants complete their admission denial or revocation appeal. Of those students, 1 freshman applicant (25.0%) and 2 transfer applicants (25.0%) were admitted to a campus where they filed an appeal.

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Fall 2009 UC Application Cycle

The average acceptance rate for freshman applicants at Berkeley (Fall & Spring) was 29.5% and at UCLA (Fall only) it was 21.4% (source: University of California – New California Freshmen Admission Rates by Campus – Fall 2007 through 2009). The average acceptance rate for transfer applicants at Berkeley (Fall & Spring) was 28.3% and at UCLA (Fall only) it was 35.4% (source: University of California – New California Community College Transfers Admission Rates by Campus – Fall 2007 through 2009).

UC Application Service: I helped 14 freshman applicants and 9 transfer applicants complete their UC Application. Of those students, 5 freshman applicants (35.7%) were admitted to either Berkeley or UCLA or both, and 7 transfer applicants (77.8%) were admitted to either Berkeley or UCLA or both.

Supplemental Questionnaire Service: I helped 3 freshman applicants complete their Supplemental Questionnaire response and all 3 students (100%) were admitted to the UC from which the Supplemental Questionnaire was issued.

Appeal Service: I helped 3 freshman applicants and 3 transfer applicants complete their admission denial appeal. Of those students, 1 freshman applicant (33.3%) and 2 transfer applicants (66.7%) were admitted to a campus where they filed an appeal.

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Fall 2008 UC Application Cycle

The average acceptance rate for freshman applicants at Berkeley (Fall & Spring) was 27.5% and at UCLA (Fall only) it was 22.1% (source: University of California – New California Freshmen Admission Rates by Campus – Fall 2007 through 2009). The average acceptance rate for transfer applicants at Berkeley (Fall & Spring) was 29.0% and at UCLA (Fall only) it was 39.0% (source: University of California – New California Community College Transfers Admission Rates by Campus – Fall 2007 through 2009).

UC Application Service: I helped 33 freshman applicants and 4 transfer applicants complete their UC Application. Of those students, 13 freshman applicants (39.4%) were admitted to either Berkeley or UCLA or both, and 3 transfer applicants (75.0%) were admitted to either Berkeley or UCLA or both.

Supplemental Questionnaire Service: I helped 1 freshman applicant with the Supplemental Questionnaire response to Cal, and that student (100.0%) was accepted.

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Fall 2007 UC Application Cycle

The average acceptance rate for freshman applicants at Berkeley (Fall & Spring) was 30.8% and at UCLA (Fall only) it was 23.6% (source: University of California – New California Freshmen Admission Rates by Campus – Fall 2007 through 2009).

UC Application Service: I helped 4 freshman applicants complete their UC Application. Of those students, 3 were admitted to either Berkeley or UCLA or both (75.0%).
 
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