(BLS, URM status, non-traditional, GLBT)
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I dunno, after looking at UCLA's lsac report, they seem to emphasize quite a bit, even for a school not in the t14. Would a MA with a 3.6 and 162-163 have any chance at UCLA or UC Berkeley??
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robertrulez wrote:I dunno, after looking at UCLA's lsac report, they seem to be quite statswhoreish, even for a school not in the t14. Would a MA with a 3.6 and 162-163 have any chance at UCLA or UC Berkeley??
As far as URM friendliness, from the '09/'10 cycle on it's Berkeley, UCLA, Davis, and Hastings in that order (not enough data on Irvine yet). Is for your chances, I couldn't say. MyLSN, I guess.
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Gemaendt wrote:There are many students those face this problem every year. They can't get admission because of not on merit.
Has Anyone Really Been Far Even as Decided to Use Even Go Want to do Look More Like Berkeley?
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