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University of California Los Angeles UCLA

The University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) is a public research university on the Westside of Los Angeles, California, United States. UCLA is the second oldest in the University of California system.

Asked in Cheerleading, University of California Los Angeles UCLA

Why are you trying out for the cheerleading team?

Because it looks fun and it can get you fit better than any other sport. Because it gets you involved in the school. To make friends To possibly get a scholarship Because I love to cheer! ...
Asked in College Applications and Entrance Requirements, School Subjects, University of California Los Angeles UCLA, US Marine Corps History and Traditions

How important is it to have a lot of extra-curricular activities on your resume when applying to college?

Extracurricular activities are important for college admissions... but maybe not for the reason you think there.Your question popped out to me because you didn't ask if extracurriculars are important, but if having a LOT of them is important. And the answer to that is... NO.For some reason, people seem to think that the more “stuff” you have in your college application, the better your chances are at getting in. This is not true. In fact, admissions committees can always spot a stuffed resume,...
Asked in University of California Los Angeles UCLA

What is the easiest way to get into UCLA?

there's no real "trick" to getting in, other than having great grades and test scores...that's the same for any college that's really worth applying to. go here for specifics: http:/www.universityofcalifornia.edu/admissions/undergrad_adm/selecting/camp_profiles/camp_profiles_ucla.html have fun....? ...
Asked in University of California Los Angeles UCLA, Proper Addressing

What should an undergraduate enter in the suffix options JR SR ii iii iv?

It doesn't matter if you are an undergrad or graduate (or anything else in life.) The suffix options after a name are determined by how the parents named a male son. Jr. and Sr. A father may be born John Joseph Smith. (He is NOT designated a Jr. unless his father gave him the exact same name AND that father designates the son as Jr.) If he and his wife choose to, the son can be named John Joseph Smith, Jr. (junior) (Note: At...
Asked in College Applications and Entrance Requirements, University of California Los Angeles UCLA, University of Alabama

What are the SAT score requirements for UCLA?

A recent newspaper article said that the minimum SAT score would be a 1790. Of course, this is assuming you have a high GPA and many extra-curricular activities. Try to aim for about 1900 or above. I forgot exactly, but i think UC Berkeley was about a 1810, I might be off. You shouldn't aim to get the "minimum" but actually do the best you can and you should get a better score.A UCLA website...
Asked in College Basketball, March Madness, University of California Los Angeles UCLA

Has UCLA ever won the NCAA tournament?

Yes, they have won multiple titles, most famously under the coaching icon John Wooden: UCLA has a total of 11, which is the most out of any school in the NCAA's: 1964, 1965, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1975, 1995 ...
Asked in College Applications and Entrance Requirements, University of California Los Angeles UCLA, Harvard University, Stanford University, Grades and Grade Point Averages (GPA)

What is the required GPA for admittance into Harvard University?

Boastarr is right - the average GPA for incoming students at Harvard is a 4.0. And that makes sense - it is one of the best schools in the world and attracts the best and brightest students from around the globe. So does that mean you shouldn't apply if you don't have a 4.0? Absolutely not. While Harvard (and all Ivy League schools) attracts very smart students, GPA is not the only thing Harvard cares about. And many schools - including Harvard - are...
Asked in College Applications and Entrance Requirements, University of California Los Angeles UCLA, Harvard University

Does Harvard require an SAT score or will ACT work?

If you go the the Harvard website (www.harvard.edu), click on Admission & Financial Aid, then click on the link for undergraduates. Once you're here you want to click on Admission & Financial Aid FAQ. This will give you a list of topics. Click on Standerdized Tests found under the admissions category. There you will find an answer to your question along with other similar questions. Hope this helps! Along with the SAT I, Harvard requires three SAT II subject tests. Taking the...
Asked in Custody, School Subjects, University of California Los Angeles UCLA, US Marine Corps History and Traditions

Who should pay for extra curricular activities in a joint custody situation?

this can but should not be tricky. a court order can easily solve this problem but mainly it is up to both parents to decide what is best for the child. if the activity is agreed upon then consider a simple mediation to solve the problem then both parties can sign an agreement. ...
Asked in Job Training and Career Qualifications, Hip Hop and Rap Music, University of California Los Angeles UCLA

What do you need to become a rapper?

Answer Contrary to some opinions, rapping is not just 'talking fast'. Rappers need to have an extremely good grasp of language, word play, rhyme, alliteration, similes and metaphors. Rappers are the common day poets of our society. Rappers need to develop their 'flow' and delivery. Their 'flow' is the type of tone and voice the rapper chooses when rapping their lyrics. For one example of a rapper's flow listen to the rapper known as Twista. Twista was (at one point) listed in the Guiness Book...
Asked in Home Equity and Refinancing, Distances and Travel Times, BlackBerry Devices, University of California Los Angeles UCLA

How much will it cost to drive 232 miles?

obviously that depends on your gas mileage and the cost at the time. Roughly $30. Dont forget to double that if you plan to come back. ...
Asked in College Basketball, March Madness, University of California Los Angeles UCLA

Did UCLA ever win the NCAA tournament with Lew Alcindor?

Lew Alcindor played on three national championship teams while at UCLA As an outstanding high school phenom, Alcindor or, as he now prefers to be called, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, was heavily recruited by collegiate basketball programs. He signed with John Wooden's UCLA Bruins and had a career there unmatched by any other player in history. He did not play as a freshmen because they were not eligible for varsity athletics at that time. With Alcindor as their dominant player, the Bruins compiled an outstanding three year...
Asked in Demographics, University of California Los Angeles UCLA, IQ, Population

What is the ratio of male to females regarding IQ 190?

The highest ever IQ is attributed to a Korean man, Kim Ung-Yong, who is reported to have achieved an average IQ of 210 (although it is not necessarily this high anymore). To answer the original question, the likely answer is that there are more men with an IQ > 190. It is well known that, women have a lower average IQ, and men have a significantly greater standard deviation. One could say, the stupidest men are stupider than the stupidest women, but...
Asked in Building and Carpentry, University of California Los Angeles UCLA, Castles

What websites offer information on how to build a brick patio including how many bricks are required?

Here is what they say: To calculate your patio's size in square feet, multiply its length times width. If it is irregular, divide it into sections, calculate each one, and then total them. Or just count the number of squares on your graph paper plan. Here are some other formulas: � Circle patio: Find the area by squaring the radius and multiplying it by 3.1416 � Hexagonal patio: Find the area by squaring the short diameter and multiplying it by .866...
Asked in Jobs & Education, University of California Los Angeles UCLA, Princeton University, Detroit

Who are some of the famous alumni of Loomis Chaffee?

Tom Lehrer Ella T. Grasso John D. Rockefeller Winthrop Rockefeller George P. Shultz ...
Asked in Business & Finance, Business Plans, University of California Los Angeles UCLA, Project Management

What is reactive planning?

Reactive planning is the process whereby future action is dictated as a response to whatever has already, or is now, occurring--- it is "reflex" or "knee-jerk" in nature. The opposite side of the coin is proactive planning, which sets in motion actions as a function of what is anticipated or probable; it is preemptive in nature. jb ...
Asked in Jobs & Education, University of California Los Angeles UCLA, Princeton University, Detroit

Who are some famous alumni of Yale?

Famous Yale Alumni GOVERNMENT ACHESON, Dean '15 - Secretary of State under Truman ASHCROFT, John '64 - U.S. Attorney General ASPIN, Les '60 - Secretary of Defense BENTON, William '21 - Assistant Secretary of State under Truman BLUMENTHAL, Richard '73L - Attorney General of Connecticut BOREN, David '63 - Senator from Oklahoma BOWLES, Chester `24S - Governor of Connecticut, Ambassador to India BRADY, Nicholas '52 - Secretary of Treasury under Reagan BROWN, Jerry '64L - Governor of California, Mayor of Oakland, CA. BUSH, George H.W. '48 - 41st...
Asked in College Applications and Entrance Requirements, University of California Los Angeles UCLA, Harvard University

What is the required SAT score to get into Harvard?

Minimum 1400, applicants whose score is closer to 1580 are more likely to be accepted. Approximately 11% of freshman applicants gain entrance generally those having ranked in the top 10% of their graduating class. Answer The range stated on the College Board website (they write the test) is between 1400 and 1580 (that represents the middle 50% of entering freshman). Answer If you really want to get into Harvard, you need straight A+ and 5.0 GPA atleast. (4.0 is the minimum) Their fees each year...