Part Two of a Three Part Series
Last week I shared six of the most common questions I receive about developing credentials for the University of California application process. Today, I continue this series with six more FAQs.
Understanding the Application
1. My grades and test scores are [higher/lower] than the published average for my favorite UC. Does this mean I [will/won’t] get in?
The UCs proudly practice holistic review, which means numbers – your GPA and test scores – are only a part of the process. Your academic record will allow you to be considered competitively for admission, but the final decision will be based on your perceived impact on the campus community, both in and out of the classroom.