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UC Riverside or Community college transfer to better UC?

UC Riverside or Community college transfer to better UC? Topic: Business plan for community college
July 21, 2019 / By Caileigh
Question: I have a bit of time to think about it, since im only a junior in high school right now. my counselor told me if i keep my gpa ok and dont fail any classes senior year, and get a decent sat score, i can go into uc riverside[i ****** around my first 2 years so thats the only uc i can get into]. the thing is, my major is goin to be business, so i was wondering if i should try to do that and go to uc riverside[i also have to make up a class in summer for freshman biology i got a d+ in, so that ruins my summer plan of goin to japan to study japanese, but it's not that big of a issue] or should i just go to community college[it's PCC for pasadena city college] to trasnfer to a better UC. if you guys in cali know what PCC is, yea....also, how hard is it to get into uc berkley or ucla through transfer to college? my cousin trasnfered to uc berkely through pcc and graduated[he literally locked himself in a room for 2 years though], but i figured it's hard and beyond my leagues[i'm willin to work my *** off though]. thanks!
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Almira Almira | 7 days ago
You are going to apply to other colleges, no matter what your counselor says, right? Sometimes the UCs are *interesting* in their admissions. Here is the PCC transfer center: http://www.pasadena.edu/transfer/ Take a look to see which of their transfer programs works for you. I don't believe that any community college offers guaranteed transfers to UCLA, PCC offers priority consideration if you are in the program to transfer to UCLA. Not sure about Berkeley, but I know they have transfer meetings to explain how to transfer to Berkeley. http://www.pasadena.edu/transfer/special... You should spend time on both campuses and figure out all the pros and cons of where you want to start college. Will there be a financial benefit to one location? Time benefit? Hopefully you're done with the slacking. lol. Do you have a good extracurricular? What is your passion? Use that as an extracurricular and see if you can also spin it into community service. Good luck!
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Almira Originally Answered: Gpa is 2.7 and i want to transfer to a 4 year college from community college. and i need help to figure itout
GPA is very important when academic advisors look at college applications but it isn't everything at the same time. Your community service is outstanding and you will definitely stand out. Apply for the colleges you want to and I think you have a fair chance of getting in. Your essay will also help a lot if you talk about why you should get in. Good luck and I hope you get in! :)
Almira Originally Answered: Gpa is 2.7 and i want to transfer to a 4 year college from community college. and i need help to figure itout
Personally, i've been thinking about the same thing. I would go with the 2 year at a CC then transfer to a university for the last 2 years. you will save tons of money and in a way, you kinda get a "second chance" since the universities look at your CC efforts rather than HS, but since you have a good gpa and act score, that shouldnt be a problem. BUT, if the 'dorm experience is something you really are looking forward to and dont wanna miss out on it, by all means goaa ahead with it! You only get that once. Thats ultimately your choice. But you are there for an education, so I would do CC for 2 years. You'd save yourself so much debt in the long run. You can get the same quality education in both places so there really isnt a difference if you find a good CC. Besides, get your generals done. there and when you transfer you should have time to figure out your major. Good luck to you , I hope I helped :)
Almira Originally Answered: Gpa is 2.7 and i want to transfer to a 4 year college from community college. and i need help to figure itout
i went to college in two different states. when transferring from a CC to a public university ( Florida State), all they cared about was that i had my AA, they didn't even look at my GPA. Once I was enrolled, my GPA was 0.0 till i took my first semester.

Valentine Valentine
attempt UC Riverside you would be able to like it. bear in mind California community faculties rather in hassle-free terms provide you an income with UC's. USC is a private college so which you somewhat wont have a greater suited threat shifting from a CC. I say pass to UC Riverside, in case you do no longer like it pass. bear in mind their are college that are merely as stunning as USC.
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Valentine Originally Answered: How many units can y ou transfer to UC Berkeley from community college?
The University will award graduation credit for up to 70 semester (105 quarter) units of transferable coursework from a community college, meaning those units will be counted toward completion of your degree. Courses in excess of 70 semester (105 quarter) units will not receive unit credit but will receive subject credit and may be used to satisfy University subject requirements. Source: http://www.universityofcalifornia.edu/admissions/undergrad_adm/paths_to_adm/transfer/tr_info_ccc/tr_planning.html
Valentine Originally Answered: How many units can y ou transfer to UC Berkeley from community college?
There is a website specifically for this which shows what transfers throughout the UC, CSU and California Community College system: http://www.assist.org/web-assist/welcome.html

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