Why is it harder to get into UCLA than UC Berkeley?

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  • Both UCLA and UCSB are prestigious universities, but admission difficulty depends on various factors. Meanwhile, UCLA has a lower acceptance rate at 11%. Suggesting high competition, it’s important to note that the acceptance rate alone doesn’t capture the whole picture, and applicants must meet all the requirements. The admission officials at the university take GPA as a very important requirement as well as the documents such as Letter of Recommendation and the high school transcripts along with the rank. Coming to UC Berkeley acceptance rate is 9%, and the applicant pool can make it difficult to get into the univers

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