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11th-grade

College Recs?

I'm currently sitting at a 3.3 uw gpa (freshman year messed me up) and an 1190 SAT. The only AP class I'm taking this year is AP Physics 1. I plan on taking APES, AP Stats, AP Gov&Econ next year. I don't really have that many EC besides some clubs, a bit of piano, and marching band+winter percussion.

For majors, its not exactly determined but most likely something in the STEM field. I would like for it to be located in Cali because in-state tuition cheaper, but I'm open to out of state schools too. If people can recommend some schools with around a 45-70% acceptance rate, that would be good.

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- California State University, Long Beach (CSULB):

Offers a variety of STEM programs.

Acceptance rate: around 39%.

In-state tuition is more affordable.

University of California, Riverside (UCR):

Located in Riverside, California.

Strong STEM programs including engineering and sciences.

Acceptance rate: around 57%.

In-state tuition is relatively affordable compared to other UC campuses.

- California Polytechnic State University, Pomona (Cal Poly Pomona):

Known for its engineering, science, and technology programs.

Acceptance rate: around 55%.

In-state tuition is reasonable.

- San Jose State University (SJSU):

Located in San Jose, California.

Offers various STEM programs with a focus on technology and engineering.

Acceptance rate: around 53%.

In-state tuition is affordable.

- Arizona State University (ASU):

Located in Tempe, Arizona.

Offers a wide range of STEM programs and is known for innovation.

Acceptance rate: around 86%.

Provides scholarships for out-of-state students.

- University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV):

Offers STEM programs including engineering and computer science.

Acceptance rate: around 81%.

Provides affordable out-of-state tuition rates.

These schools provide a mix of options within California and nearby states, all with acceptance rates within the range you specified.

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