UC Berkeley Admissions Article: 3 Things We Wish Applicants Knew: Perspectives from Application Readers
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
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The Discover Berkeley Series is still rolling on with events hosted by the Office of Undergraduate Admissions and other departments around campus. There are still many more opportunities to learn about Berkeley before the application is due.
Just a few of the upcoming Discover Berkeley Series sessions:
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- Financial Aid Session (En Español) | CA Students
- Student Panel (Freshman & Transfer)
- UC Berkeley Alumni Panel and Discussion
- UC Application Workshop (Freshman & Transfer)
- and much more!
In lieu of the in-person College Fair this fall, the RJUHSD College & Career Centers introduced … RJUHSD College Weeks via zoom, a 4-week series that connected Junior and Senior students to college reps via virtual webinars/meetings! These virtual events were hosted in the evenings at various dates/times.
Any recordings of events will be posted as we receive them from the reps.
UC WEEK: 09/14-09/17 UC Recorded Sessions
PRIVATE CA WEEK: 09/21-09/24
OUT OF STATE WEEK: 09/28-10/02
CSU WEEK: 10/05-10/02 Session Recordings
University of California Personal Insight Questions - Part of the UC application process - Questions & Guidance
UPDATES ON SAT/ACT TEST AND ADMISSION TO UC'S
Below is the link to the UC Board of Regents office on the SAT/ACT changes to the UC application process
The Board subsequently voted unanimously to suspend the standardized test requirement for all California freshman applicants until fall 2024 with the understanding that if a new test could not be found or developed that met its criteria in time for fall 2025 admission, UC would eliminate the standardized testing