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What are some good extra-curricular activities for getting in at UCLA?

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2008-02-06 01:58:28
2008-02-06 01:58:28

Actually UCLA is just like any other major Division I school; And as there is no specific activities that will sway the admissions board to say "wow that kid did that activity just for us" well all activities look the same to all colleges, and there arent any that are better then others, except maybe in the duration and quality department.

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