Introducing Priya - UCLA 2020 Grad
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@PriyaDesai graduated from UCLA in 2020 and majored in psychology. She’ll be available in this community to answer questions about UCLA.
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Hey!! Psychology is a really cool major - what course requirements were there to graduate?
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HI i'm a international student from india..my grades are as follows(cbse board..idk what gpa is that)
2)created a user friendly,non laggy website in just 6 months(ready for deplyoment.. looking for a free deployer so that i can show to the uni)
3)tech head across all school branches (10th grade) (i used to upload the e content for all classes)
4)taught maths and English at an ngo for about 1.5 years(9th,10th)
5)worked at a computer repair shop where i used to build custom pcs(built 30+ custom pcs)(11th)
6)president of my student council(10th)
7)part of the Delhi state volleyball team
I had spinal tuberculosis in grade 11th grade due to which i scored low and planning to answer insight questions around this.
what are my chances of getting into UCLA??
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