Should I send my AP Scores to UC Berkeley or UCI ?

AP CHEM with 3

AP Cal with 1

AP US with 1

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    Send the AP Chem to both, a 3 will earn you elective units. Don't worry too much about the low scores, they don't count against you.

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  • 3 years ago

    It also relies upon on what important you utilized for. some majors, like EE at UCLA or EECS at Berkeley are extra aggressive and the criteria are larger. I save in options for the period of orientation at UCLA, they instructed us that the incoming freshman EE type had an widely used severe college GPA of four.35 and 1400 SAT (this replaced right into a lengthy time period in the past, beforehand they re-established the score). I do accept as true with the previous answer that you need to not have any problems with UCI, u.s., and u.s.. in case you've an excellent probability with UCLA and Berkeley, counting on your important.

  • Dashes
    Lv 6
    1 decade ago

    wel...berkeley has more prestige..but uci has a nuclear reactor...tough choice o.0

    seriously tho, berkely is a better school

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    www.collegeconfidential.com/discus/messages/5/1836.html

    www.collegeconfidential.com/discus/messages/757/27171.html

    universityofcalifornia.edu/educators/counselors/.../preparing.html

    www.ucop.edu/pathways/ucnotes/cn_archives/mar99_q&a.html

    www.editor.uci.edu/05-06/intro/intro.12.htm

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