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3.5 all pre-reqs done.
also got into ucsd, uci, and ucsb with my s**y gpa
What were ur grades/test scores like?
im wondering the same thing :/
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Written by Amy Knowland
Overall, students seem to really enjoy their time at the University of California at Davis. Students are granted unprecedented opportunities to excel academically alongside expert professors who exhibit genuine interest in sharing their knowledge. With such a friendly campus and competitive academics, many enjoy the dynamic between the bustling, active University and the laid-back college town. Some even get a little fond of the cows after a while!
Despite the frustratingly intense course load, fizzling nightlife, and blazing summers, students usually leave UC Davis feeling glad they came. Studying at Davis is a unique experience, and the education you leave with remains with you for the rest of your life. Not only are you likely to leave Davis with a priceless diploma and a starting salary that makes up for all those weekends spent in Shields, you’ll also leave with friends, memories, and the experience of a lifetime. Sure, there are some things here that are somewhat different. Davis is a big school in a small town, there are cows on campus, most people ride bikes, and there are protests for practically every decision Congress makes. For prospective students who crave diversity and challenge, UC Davis may just be perfect.
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