Is it hard to get into UC Santa Barbara?

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    Anushree Sinha | Contributor-Level 10

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    University of California Santa Barbara is a competitive university to get into, as its acceptance rate stands at 26%. This figure tells us that only 26 out of every 100 applicants manage to get enrolled in the university, which is less than half of all the applicants. However, students must note get discouraged and fulfill all the University of California Santa Barbara admission requirements, i.e.; academic qualifications, standardized test scores, English language requirements, as well as relevant documents, to boost their chances of securing an admission in the university. Also, students must apply to UCSB within the d

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