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What UC Berkeley looks for in applicants?
There are only three factors that Berkeley ranks as being “very important” to their admissions process: rigor of secondary school record, and GPA, and application essays. Factors are rated as “important” are: extracurricular activities, character/personal qualities, volunteer experience, and work experience.
What are UC admissions looking for?
When UC admissions officers look at the classes you took, they’re looking at two things: the actual courses you took and how difficult they were. For the first category, UC schools want to make sure you’ve taken the classes you need to succeed as a college student at one of their schools.
What is the average GPA of a UC Berkeley transfer student?
Undergraduate Class Entering Fall 2021 UC Berkeley Students Transfer Students Entering Class Size 245 100 Average GPA 3.79 3.91 Middle 80\% GPA Range 3.55-3.98 3.83-4.00 Average Age 20 21
What GPA do you need to get into Berkeley?
Students who apply to Berkeley should meet the following minimum requirements: Meet the A-G subject course requirements. (Review the A-G Policy Resource Guide (link is external)) Have a 3.0 GPA in A-G courses taken in the 10th and 11th grade years. (3.4 GPA for non-residents) *These minimum requirements follow the University of California (UC)
What are the requirements to apply to UC Berkeley?
UC Berkeley seeks students from all over the world to be a part of our amazing community. Freshman applicants are students who are currently in high school (with or without college coursework completed), or students who have graduated high school and have taken no college coursework. Minimum Requirements.
How many applications did UC Berkeley receive for Fall 2021?
Undergraduate Class Entering Fall 2021 UC Berkeley Students Transfer Students Applications Received 755 2,549 Eligible Applicants N/A 968 * Offers of Admission 250 112 Entering Class Size 245 100