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Colleges In Southern California
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William Said:what are some good colleges in southern California?
We Answered:Great question! I'm having the same issues.
UCLA is very, very good--- the best public school around! (but the criteria is high), not expensive for Californians, I've heard that the classes are filled with people
UCSC-- good, private, expensive
UC Santa Barbara-- pretty good, public
UC Davis-- okay
UC Irvine- okay
the 3.7 is pretty good, any AP classes-- those'll boost ya!
Take into account your SAT scores, voluteer work, essays, etc. too.
Good luck (and wish me some too)!
Terrance Said:Do southern California comm colleges with dorms, allow out of state students to go there?
We Answered:I don't see why they wouldn't.
Jeanne Said:What types of colleges in Southern California accept a 3.8 GPA, 25 ACT score, and a 1680 on the SAT?
We Answered:You're a bit out of reach for USC, UCLA, and UCSD -- your SAT mark would need to be about 300 points higher to have a good chance at acceptance.
I think you could get into a lot of Cal State schools -- SDSU, Cal State Fullerton, etc.
Patricia Said:What are some good colleges in Southern California?
We Answered:UCSD = party school
UCSB = laid back near the sea
UCD = very good
UCB = very pretty
UCR, UCI, = about the same
UCLA = def best choice
Clifford Said:What are some good colleges in southern california to go to?
We Answered:There are a lot of excellent schools in Southern California, but a 3.0 won't get you in. UCLA, USC, Cal Tech, UC Irvine, the Claremont Colleges, Occidental College, LMU, Pepperdine, and probably the better CSUs (Cal Poly Pomona, CSULB, CSUN, etc.) would all require a much higher GPA. Your best bet would be to go to a good community college, like SMC or Pasadena City College, and transfer to a good school as a junior.
Andrea Said:Are there any colleges in Southern California offering ASL 4 classes during the summer?
We Answered:In the bay Area there is OHLONE COLLEGE in Hayward, near Oakland. I dont know about Southern Cal