I got admitted into UIUC. What should my minimum class 12 percentage be so that my admission is not rescinded?

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    Lisa Buchwalter
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Lisa Buchwalter Answered a year ago

There is no absolute percentage that UIUC is looking for that will either gain you admission, deny you admission, or have your acceptance rescinded. As long as your percentage is about the same as it was when you applied and were accepted, you should be ok. The average GPA of admitted UIUC students across all majors is 3.37-3.89, or approximately an 88-94. If you stay within a few percentage points (say 85) of this grade, you should be ok. For the College of Engineering, the middle 50% of admitted students runs from 3.67-4.00, or approximately 93-100. As long as you....View More

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Is there any major advantage(worth paying 10k more a year) for choosing UCSD over UWisconsin Madison for Electrical Engineering? I have another option: UIUC for Engineering Physics, problem is if I end up wanting to transfer to EE which I believe is quite tough.

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    Kim Dixit
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Kim Dixit Answered a year ago

All of these are great options. Assess your own priorities and decide (e.g. $10k/yr, weather, course content, etc.) I always tell students that nothing is good or bad, everything is what YOU make of it. I have seen many students waste opportunities at top universities because they expected the college's name to do all the work. It's up to you in the end to create value out of your education, no matter where you end up. 

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What is the cost of attendance per year for computer science undergrad at Urbana Champaign

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    Anupama Singh
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Anupama Singh Answered a year ago

It's a fairly quick search to find this information online. In future, I suggest that you try to search for information that is easily accessible.  Websites in the USA have reliable, up-to-date information.  I also strongly recommend you do not write to colleges and universities directly with questions that can be easily answered online, especially when asking for information about computer science.  If you are interested in CS and are hoping to get admitted to a CS program, the universities will assume that you have a skill set to do some very simple online research.  You do not want to make....View More

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