A few days ago

could i get into UCLA? any input?

hispanic female

california resident

4.08 GPA

3.8 unweighted

2070 SAT

700 math 2

720 french

700 lit

took 3 APs junior year, 3 senior year

work experience: 6 months at a boutique 4-6 hours a week

poll working at presidential election

babysitting 3-4 hours a week when applicable

filing for my dad’s company (for 6 months, 1-2 hours a week)

national hispanic recognition scholar

california scholarship federation

principal’s distinction


annual canned food drive at school, 4-6 hours a week for a month

2 weeks in mexico (mission trip)

2 years of ASB leadership, 1 year as an officer of student-teacher relations committee


students for barack obama co-president

dance for 3 years, 4 hours a week

track and field all 4 years of high school

what do you guys think? any input would be appreciated!

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Your GPA is not very high but your extracurricular activities are decent so you do have a good shot for LA or SD- SD being a better school in MHO.

A few days ago
You really could, but UCLA is a tricky school because they often only take the top 3-5 in a school based on GPA per high school.

Really, you had a “Student’s for Barack Obama” club?

Take this from a fellow 17 y/o UCLA applicant, but why are so many young people naive and always voting democratic. Please tell me why he was the better choice. Please, email me, I want to know.


A few days ago
def, even now its a good chance. unless you fail horribly at writing app essays lol

i have two sisters whove gone to ucla

and also your major matters, economic bckround and ethnic group but ya

good job! i have a 3.4 gpa but took 5 college classes, 2140, sat1

and 710 math2, eng 670, phys, 650, 11 aps and worked since 9th (poor parents ๐Ÿ™ ) just applied i dont think i got in

but i dont want to go to college anywhoooooose

lol good luck


A few days ago
DAMMMMN top 3-5 in a SCHOOL????! But you seem very smart ๐Ÿ˜€ Try USC, they’ll accept you if you can afford it without a scholarship.