UC Freshman Admission – Everything You Need To Know

Below is a consolidated list of freshman admission information I have gathered over the years (plus my advice), which was previously scattered all across my blog but now in one place for easy access!

Personal Insight Questions General Guideline

UC Personal Insight Questions How-To Guide

UC Application How-To Guide

Freshman Admission Resources

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Kellyreply
November 7, 2018 at 3:46 pm

The UCLA admitted Student profile claims that the 75th quartile takes 25 semesters of honors courses. I am wondering does the 25 semesters of honors courses mean 25 by the time the student applies to UCLA? So that would be 25 semesters by the end of the junior year? Or is it 25 semesters at the end of their senior year? I am assuming that honors courses also includes AP?

Ms. Sunreply
November 7, 2018 at 5:36 pm
– In reply to: Kelly

That refers to UC-approved honors, AP, and UC-transferable college courses completed by the end of senior year.

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