UCLA MECN FALL 2013 - page 5
by ldytrjn 101,766 Views | 476 Comments
Haven been looking around and haven't really seen a topic on this yet. This is my dream school/program. I am from Seattle so I am having to get a lot of info from them long-distance instead of going to an information session. Has... Read More
- 0Nov 5, '12 by vballtrumpeterI still have stats, epidemiology and speech to take, so hopefully they don't frown TOO much on that! I did well several upper level math courses, so perhaps they'll not need to worry about my stats course :P
Does anyone have an idea about when they send out info/decisions?
- 1Nov 5, '12 by bruinazuHello everyone!
I'm so happy to have stumbled upon this thread! I submitted my application last week and i'm going to be nervous all the way to March! I'm also a ucla undergrad with a mediocre undergrad gpa. I'm hoping that my years of working in a hospital and volunteer experience make up for my gpa.
Waiting anxiously !!!!
- 0Nov 7, '12 by choe.cmI think they send out the acceptance decisions in mid March. Be sure to send your transcripts after you complete your course so they have an up to date application. I think at the info session they said they wait until after the winter holidays to start reviewing the applications.
- 0Jan 31, '13 by Binky16Hello everyone!
I just had a quick question, I'm not quite ready to apply (still doing pre-reqs). I just have a quick question, UCLA is the only college that requires a second Chemistry class beyond Intro so I haven't taken it and I'm not sure I even am. I was thinking about just applying without it but I'm wondering what my chances are if I don't have it. I'm just thinking if no one else requires it I don't want to waste another class/semester on a long shot at UCLA anyways. I'm just wondering if anyone who has applied or has been accepted/denied admission is in a familiar boat?
I went to UCLA undergrad and would love to go back but if I can get into a A-BSN or even an ADN program quicker, without another Chemistry class, I'll probably just do that.
Any information, thank you!