Does being a CA resident greatly improve my chances of being accepted by a UC?





i really want to go to berkeley or san diego, but i'm afraid that i wont get accepted, since so many people that i know, who had strong applications, got rejected. anyways, with a 4.4 gpa and a 4.2 gpa for my 10th/11th grade years, lots of extracurriculars, do you think my chances are good? im also really nervous about SAT's and the admissions essay. thanks



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One Response to “Does being a CA resident greatly improve my chances of being accepted by a UC?”

  1. torbernite says:

    being a CA resident helps somewhat, not much though since a vast majority like 90% of the people applying to any UCs are from CaliforniaI think you should get into UC SD no prob with those kind of grades, but for UC Berkeley I cannot say