Since then, I tried to answer most of their questions. This year, I am so swamped with tutoring students, however, that I’m not able to answer all the questions right now. But I have noticed that many cover the same ground—even though the topics range from someone’s world of books, to playing tennis, to making cookies, to an ill family member, etc. So I pulled some of the questions that I thought are more common, along with my answers, in hopes they might answer questions still lingering out there. See below. (more…)
UC Berkeley pioneered the holistic review process at UC (now adapted by most of the UC campuses), enabling us to admit a diverse undergraduate class representing 53 states/commonwealths and 74 countries, with 17% who are first-generation college-going and 65% who receive financial aid. “Holistic review” refers to the process of evaluating Freshman applications where no one piece of information is weighted more heavily over another. “Comprehensive review” refers to the process of evaluating Transfer applications where all academic and personal attributes are considered, but more emphasis is put on academic preparedness for the major.
1. Tell us Your Profile to tailor the comparisons.
2. Compare the plans on:
· Costs to you
· Doctors in the plan
· Quality of care and services
· Plan features
· Medical services coverage
3. Remove plans that aren't a good fit.
4. Get Results and rank plans by what matters to you.