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California State University East Bay

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Your Combined ACT:
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SAT Math + Verbal:
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Your Chances at CSEB
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Your Chances at CSEB
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# Applicants
4,803
7,938
# Admitted
3,140
5,616
% Admitted
65.4%
70.7%
% Overall
68.7%

Students who got into CSEB:

Tips mention: Interview (0), ACT/SAT (2), Grades (2), Sports/Extracurriculars (0), College Essay (0)
If you've been away from school for a fewJun 19 2015Biology
If you've been away from school for a few years, make sure you have taken all the remedial courses (Math & English) before applying. Also, if you're currently attending a community college, make sure all your lower-division GE classes follow the IGETC pattern of courses transferable to UC and/or CalState system. Also, make sure that the lower-div. major courses you're planning on taking apply directly to your major department, or are equivalent to the ones being offered at your transfer school (Assist.org is an online website that can help you check the articulation agreement between your community college and a public CA university) .
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I sat in admissions and filled outSep 09 2011Business - Management and Administration
I sat in admissions and filled out one sheet paper. Not terribly hard to get in here, the challenge is staying in.
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Overall, CSU East Bay prepares students for the realAug 29 2011Business - Management and Administration
Overall, CSU East Bay prepares students for the real world challenge. But you definitely need to avoid the bad apples. Just use reviewum to weed them out. Always take professors who get positive reviews from students. CSUEB has quarter system. So it is possible to graduate on time. However, don?t take more than 3 classes each quarter. Otherwise, you will be in stress and end up getting horrible grades. It is not fun to sit 2 hours in the class. Exams come quite quicker in this school. So start studying as soon as the quarter begins. Professors hardly change the dates of exams. Try to start working on group projects early. They involve a lot of work. Many of them need a research paper of 20 pages and PowerPoint presentation. Many professors also evaluate how you have worked in the group for the final grade. So be an active group member.
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I suggest you go to another University with aApr 25 2011Accounting
I suggest you go to another University with a solid cohesive curriculum.
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Get at least a 3Mar 05 2010Sociology
Get at least a 3.0 and you don't have to sudmitt test scores
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