Will I get into chico state?Answered
Hi I have been having MAJOR anxiety over not getting accepted into chico state. My weighted gpa from 10-11 grade is a 3.7 and unweighted 3.48. My sophomore year I struggled A LOT because of online learning and ended my first semester with a 3.1 (2 As, 3 Bs, and 1 C) and second semester I had a 3.2 (2 As, 2 Bs and 1 C) I got an F in geometry but it was marked as a no mark and had no effect on my gpa but then got an A in summer school. I took no APs my sophomore year. Then Junior year first semester I had a 3.4 (2 As, 2 Bs and 1 C in AP psych) and then second semester I had a 3.8 (4 As, 1 B and 1 B in Ap Psych) I also then took two community college classes over summer (which are weighted as an AP class 5.0) and got A´s in both of them, making my cumlative gpa 3.7 and 3.48 unweighted. I am taking one AP and one honers class my senior year. I also did high school soccer all 4 years and high school track 2 years and played club soccer on the highest team up until my senior year. I did pledge to hummanity my senior year and CSF club and was president and secretary of 2 clubs in high school and was apart of 3 additional clubs. I also am not submitting any test scores for the sat/act. I am a california resident but am very very worried I will not get into chico state. Please give me advice/ opinions on if I will get in!!
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I'm not sure if you know this, but there's a free chancing engine on CollegeVine (under Schools) where you can put most of this information in and it will calculate your chances of getting into Chico State. It's not perfect, but it's a decent enough guess (mainly uses your GPA, extracurriculars, and test scores). You cant do "chance-me" on these community posts anyways, but good luck!
Hope that helps.
Looking at the data for Chico, I think you'll be fine, your clubs look good, and your GPA is pretty decent for that school. Remember, technically you aren't allowed to ask chance-me questions.
Still, I wish you good luck!
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