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UC Freshmen Admissions Calculator

This tool will determine the percentage of students similar to you who were admitted (accepted) into a certain University of California school. It is designed for first-time undergraduate freshmen applicants only.

1. School
Let’s begin. Select a University of California school below.

2. Capped Weighted UC GPA
This is not your transcript GPA and not your weighted GPA.

3. SAT and ACT Scores
Please input your highest SAT Reasoning Test scores from one sitting and/or your higest composite ACT score. At least one of the two is required.
SAT Math
SAT Reading
SAT Writing
ACT Composite

4. Field of Study
Choose the description that best fits your intended major, or choose undeclared if you have not decided yet.

5. High School
Pick your high school from the list of California High Schools below. If your school is not on the list, choose Unlisted CA Public School, Unlisted CA Private School, or Out-of-state School.

6. Ethnicity
Select your ethnicity.

7. Gender
Please provide your gender below.
Male Female

8. In State vs. Out of State
International and out-of-state US students, please check the below checkbox to indicate that you are not a California student.
Out of state student

9. Submit
Before you press calculate, double-check that all of your information is accurate and read the explanations below.

How this works: A word of caution
RogerHub UC Admissions Calculator is based fully on data released online by the UC Office of the President under the University of California StatFinder. This site has since been taken down, but some data can still be found at the UC Infocenter.

This is not a probability or chance calculator. This calculator utilizes data from past applications in order to determine what percentage of applicants similar to you received an offer of admission. It is an analysis of past records, not a chance calculator.

Is this accurate?
No. I make no guarantees about the reliability of this data. Statistics change from year to year. You should always research the data yourself at data.universityofcalifornia.edu.

How does this work?
Statfinder did not provide raw data about students and admissions. This calculator uses mathematical models generated using distribution data and the least squares method which is listed below:

S = Σ(y − f(x))²

Each of the variables that you provide in the calculator is tracked to a distribution model. Each has a weight constant, k, and affects the total score, p, as follows:

p′ = p + kp(1 – p) = p + kp – kp²

You are free to submit different hypothetical students to this calculator. Some of the trends that the data exhibit are rather surprising.

Responsibility and Disclaimer
I am not associated in any way with the UC Office of Undergraduate Admissions. Please be responsible with what you do with this calculator. Do not be encouraged nor discouraged by this calculator. I make no claims, explicit or implied, about the reliability nor accuracy of this calculator.

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The following opinions were written by anonymous visitors and do not represent RogerHub.
Sikander Batra
Sat Jan 14 2017 11:18:51 +0000

Help sir!

I have 36 on ACT and 4.5 UC W GPA.

SAT MATH II: 800
SAT CHEM: 800
SAT PHYSICS: 790

I have very strong ECs however I have been waitlisted for another semester!

Please can you contact the admissions and ask them what is holding up?

Roger: I just got off the phone with the President God-Emperor King of Admissions. You got waitlisted because they gave all the other students a head start so you don’t beat them too badly.

Wow, sir. Please let them know the UC Berkeley remains my top choice! Thanks :)

Sikander Batra
Thu Jan 12 2017 13:01:54 +0000

Help sir!

I have 36 on ACT and 4.5 UC W GPA.

SAT MATH II: 800
SAT CHEM: 800
SAT PHYSICS: 790

I have very strong ECs however I have been waitlisted for another semester!

Please can you contact the admissions and ask them what is holding up?

Roger: I just got off the phone with the President God-Emperor King of Admissions. You got waitlisted because they gave all the other students a head start so you don’t beat them too badly.

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Tue Jan 17 2017 08:47:29 +0000