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Thanks Ms.Sun! My daughter got accepted to UCLA! So very proud and happy!!
I am confused on the transfer admission guarantee policy. Is it truly a guarantee that if the student fulfill all eligibility requirements (gpa and units transferred), then she is automatically admitted to the uc campus. If that is the case, why do the uc also need them to write personal essays and look at other personal info like community/work experience. Is it because there is a max cap on transfer students per community college and if the number of transfer students exceed the max cap, then the UC looks for competitiveness among the transfer students and pick the most competitive? Also does choosing a community college with less transfer students increase the odd of being accepted to the UC campus.
You are guaranteed if you have met all TAG requirements. You don’t need to complete the activities sections or write anything extensive in the Personal Insight Questions if you are only applying to one UC campus where you are doing TAG.
No to your last question.
What’s the best way to find out why you were rejected to UCLA? Is it to email or call? If you want an accurate answer.
Hi Ms. Sun, thank you for your info. My daughter got accepted into UCLA as transfer student. Here is a tough choice on which UC she should go: CAL, UCI, UCSB or UCLA. She got into Economics/Business Major.
Congratulations!!! If she got into Haas, that should probably be her first choice (go visit and see if Haas is right for her); the connections that come with a Haas education is unparalleled, at least for a public higher education system.
Thanks for your feedback. She nailed down to two: either Haas or UCLA. She may want to go for career in accounting ( CPA)….
Both will prepare her for CPA. I would suggest visiting both to get a better sense of how she likes the people and environment (that can sometimes make a huge difference).