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FAQ

If you got rejected from your dream school(s), what would you do?
When I was 9 years old, my older brother got rejected from MIT. I vowed that I would dowhatever it took to get in there, so that I could turn it down and go somewhere else instead (because I wanted to be a lawyer).For 8 years, I did everything I could to get into MIT. I joined the right clubs, I got the right grades, got a 2350 on my SAT, andtook all the AP classes my school offered (plus a few more). I didn't seriously consider the school until I visited it before my junior year of high school, and I realized that it actually could be the place where I got the degree I wanted (Linguistics, because of Noam Chomsky, an MIT professor emeritus).When I was 17, I got rejected from MIT. I had been deferred out of Early Action, and a few days later I learned that my best friend’s boyfriend (who had completely different clubs than mine, but lower GPA, SAT, and AP scores) had gotten in for Computer Science. I felt very disappointed, even cried a little (though especially because I didn't know he applied and nobody told me he got in for 3 days after it happened) but ultimately waited to hear back from my other reach school, Brown. I hadn't been extremely invested in it, though I did love the campus and academics, so it didn't really sting when I got rejected again.That left my two safety options - RPI and UConn. I, after visiting each campus and a few emails with RPI’s financial aid, settled on RPI, because for slightly higher tuition could allow me to pursue a dual major and graduate a year early. I will graduate with about 15,000 in loans, unless I stay for a 4th year to get a master’s degree.Ultimately, I think that getting rejected from my dream schools was the best thing that could have happened. I was so focused on their shiny new campuses, interesting students, and the prestige of beating the odds for admission that I never really considered whether those schools were the best path towards what I actually wanted to do, and who I actually wanted to become. RPI was really the best choice for me from the start, and only through some harsh rejections was I able to see that.Dream schools are wonderful, and the people who get into their dream schools are incredibly lucky. But don't forget that the best place for you to grow and develop might not be the place you expect from the brochures.
How can I ensure my admission in UC Berkeley?
Follow these steps:Enroll in a California Community College and qualify as a California resident for at least two years.Maintain a 3.0 or better record for those two years taking the standard 4-year qualifying courses for your chosen major.Get IGETC certified.When filling out entry application think of an event in your life that highlights your uniqueness or the best qualities of yourself.Apply to UC Berkeley for upper division transfer (as a Junior).You will avoid the huge crowds doing lower division classes at UCB that only get to know their TA’s and have a chance to get outstanding recommendations from your more approachable professors at the CC.
How does “TAP” work when applying to UC schools and/or which schools have the program?
There are several “TAPs” in the UC system, which contribute to quite a bit of confusion. First thing you need to know is that all of the UC TAPs are for transfer admission.The Berkeley TAP targets underserved students (typically include underrepresented minority, low-income, and/or first-generation students) at certain California community colleges and gives you an advantage when applying to majors in the College of Letters and Science (maybe COC, CED, and CNR as well, but I don’t know for sure).The UCLA TAP is open to anyone in the honors/scholars programs at participating California community colleges and gives you a GPA bump when you apply to majors in the College of Letters and Science.There is also a systemwide UC TAP, which is just an online planner that you fill out as you complete your community college courses. This is supposed to help you with course planning and give the UCs an opportunity to reach out if they are interested in you. Anyone can use the planner and the information you enter can be later imported into the UC Application when you apply.
How long does it take to fill out University of California TAG?
It should not take more than an hour. I strongly suggest you complete it with a college counselor so you are taking the correct courses.The TAG agreement is a wonderful partnership between CA community colleges and the UC system, so take advantage of this service.
Who was the most ignorant American you have ever met?
I thought I had commented on this but apparently it didn't post."Who was the most ignorant person you have ever met in America?" I prefer the term “Undereducated". Being undereducated isn't always a personal choice, but I can see examples of blissful egocentric ‘ignorance’ as detailed in some of the answers to this.On trip my wife Susan and I made to Florida, we had one humorous run in with innocent and untouched under education.Somewhere between 2004–2007 I think it was, my wife and I were traveling to Florida from Indiana. We stopped at a little roadside gas station on highway I65 going through Kentucky without any sign of a nearby town.When we went in to buy a drink and a snack after filling up the tank, my wife - who was born and raised in England (and has a bit of accent left, even after being naturalized US citizen) has been living here for more than 20 years. Her accent apparently caught the attention of the pretty young Kentucky lass, maybe about 16 or 17 years of age, who was managing the cash register.“"Where y’all from” she asked with a beautiful smile. I replied we were from Indiana. She giggled slightly and said. “"No, I mean ‘originally’, (then looking at my wife to address her) because I heard your accent while the two of you were talking.”Susan said “"well I've lived in Indiana since 1968, but I was born and raised in England.”Immediately the young Kentucky flower opened her eyes wide in disbelief but quickly regained her composure to say, matter of factly, “"oh…. I thought y’all was from China”…..I know I immediately pursed my lips together so as not to giggle. My wife, who looks decidedly Anglo-Saxon ‘white bread’ non-asiatic decent, managed to say “No, I'm NOT from China, and we made it out the door and to the other side of the pumps to our car -where we couldn't be seen. Then we leaned against the car and had a good laugh.This dear innocent and charming little sweetheart has hopefully had more exposure to nations, nationalities and world inhabitants beyond that of the rural area in which she grew up.
How hard is it to transfer into colleges? Is there a difference in difficulty between transferring from a community college and a 4 year university? Is the fact that people only get to transfer when someone else drops out behind the difficulty?
I transferred from the University of Massachusetts Amherst (#56 for ECE), to the Georgia Institute of Technology(#4 for ECE) this year, and here’s what it took, and how the other college acceptances went.Colleges look for consistency in academic achievements as the first criteria while accepting a student. If one has had terrible SATs and terrible high school grades, but a 4.0 in the first semester of college, the college you’re applying to may be unsure about accepting you into their program(if they are much higher ranked). However, this case would work, if you went to another highly ranked school with a competitive program, got a high GPA and then applied to transfer. This shows that you’re academically competent. So yes, where you transfer from does matter to a certain extent, not entirely though.Getting in as a transfer:There’s a strong bureaucratic process involved in the college admission process and you should not take rejections too personally. Colleges try to maintain a balance between genders, origins and ethnicities, and at the same time have to reserve certain number of seats for in-state students and US -citizens. If you’re in those two quotas, your chances of getting accepted are much higher than an international student, for obvious reasons. So even if you’re the perfect applicant, you can get rejected. They look for the best balance they can create in a graduating class.Yes, it is much much harder to get in as a transfer but it’s not impossible.When I applied to schools my first year, I got a lot of rejections, but when I applied again as a transfer with a high GPA and good academic competence, I had a lot more acceptances. For you to be admitted to the program, students in that program have to switch majors, creating space for you, or have to drop out(unlikely at good schools), or the college must have space for 1–10 more students in that major.I’d say, do your best and apply, leave the rest to the college. Don’t worry about their end of things.What you could do:1. Ensure you have a very high GPA( Because colleges want a good student first not only someone who does amazing work outside class. I had a low GPA, but had start-ups and a lot of research, but got rejected my freshman year, hence I worked hard in my first year in college, got a high GPA and transferred out)2. Take harder classes, one that match the curriculum of the university you want to transfer to. So that for them, they’re accepting a student with credits of a second year, not a first year.3. Your college essays need to be genuine, but very good at the same time.4. Financial aid in non need-blind schools can be a huge factor for rejection, so you may want to consider not applying for it initially.5. Do things you’re passionate about outside of school. It shows you’re a human (Haha) and it will also keep you sane and help you perform a lot better.Good Luck and I hope things work out perfectly for you!
What states are experiencing a shortage of teachers?
idk because i applied to los angeles county doesn't seem to be that many openings. Also Nevada, Kentucky,west virginia, and Texas are supposed to have shortages. But I checked out West Va to and it's like 1 opening in Calhoun county for 1 fourth grade teacher. Then u have to go to another county and see if any vacancies there. Maybe there are 2 in all of DeKalb county 1 for high school art teacher another sixth/ seventh grade Math. Then go to next county. There's no centralized system like New York has. Also all of these states have their own certifications. California I think has an online exam for out of state teachers followed by other steps.
Does Kamala Harris pose a real threat to the Republican Party?
It is interesting to read the earlier responses to this question. Virtually all of them are from Republicans. They all believe that the GOP is safe from the junior senator from California.To bring a little reality into this discussion, Donald Trump’s average approval rating according to FiveThirtyEight is about 39%. Compared to the Republicans in Congress, Trump’s numbers look like Oprah giving away free Lexuses.Another reality check. Public Policy Polling released a new poll on January 22, 2019. This poll pitted the prospective Democratic candidates against Donald Trump, one-on-one. Kamala Harris was one of the featured Democrats.Senator Harris did not beat every Democrat but she did beat every Republican. In fact, every Democrat in the survey beat Donald Trump like a rented mule.Republicans labor under the delusion that Ronald Reagan is their standard bearer and that Michael Dukakis is leading the Democrats. The truth is that Eric Canter’s old seat is now held by a Democrat. An African American Democratic female gun control advocate now sits in Newt Gingrich’s old seat—from Georgia!From where I sit, Kamala Harris is not a threat to the GOP because the GOP is already dead. It was killed by the likes of Richard Nixon, George W. Bush, Newt Gingrich, Rush Limbaugh, Mitch McConnell, and Paul Ryan. I did not name Donald Trump because he is a maggot feeding on the corpse of the dead Party, but not the cause of its death.