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Why is UCLA everyone’s dream school?
UCLA is everyone’s dream school because;
UCLA is a prestigious institution
UCLA has a top national and global ranking
UCLA is a highly respected school
UCLA is a leading research institution in the U.S since 20th century
UCLA is located in a upscale parts of Los Angeles
UCLA has standard laboratory facilities
UCLA has a good balance of academics and sports
UCLA has good looking students.
UCLA is a fun school
UCLA students are very serious in their academic pursuit
UCLA students attain good grades
How can I successfully appeal my decisions at UCLA?
Why is UCLA Regarded as the best school?
How did I get rejected from UCLA and UCB with a 4.75 GPA, 35 ACT, and decent essays?
The UC admission is not totally dependent on GPA. UC schools consider your overall qualities, including academic qualifications, to arrive at your admission decision. Note, UC schools need students that are perfect match with the schools
Can you get accepted at UCLA after being rejected?
Yes! you get accepted at UCLA after being rejected, but only in the next year.
Why did I get rejected from UCLA but accepted to UC Berkeley?
UCLA is more competitive than UC Berkeley. However, it might be that UC Berkeley discovered something special about you which UCLA didn’t.