Uc Application Login

December 1, 2009 by · Comments Off on Uc Application Login 

Uc Application Login:The University of California is one of the best research universities in the world, now it has opened applications for fall 2010. The admission application submission process started on 1st November and it will finish on 30th December on 11:59 pm. If you are interested students to apply for admission to the fall term 2010 then visit UC official site and submit your form.

About California University

The California University is public university, which is a part of the state’s three-tier public higher education system, California State University system and the California Community Colleges system. Its academic offerings span 150 disciplines, with more departments ranked in the top 10 nationally than any other public or private university. The University of California consists of at least five campuses includes Berkeley, Davis, Los Angeles, Riverside and Santa Barbara.

How to apply for UC Admissions?

First open the UC official site and select the right campus, where you want to take admission and read the requirements for freshman admission and transfer admission to determine which route is best for you.

To read the Eligibility criteria for freshman applicants, click here.

To read the Eligibility criteria for transfer applicants, click here.

You can apply online or postmarked by the last day of the appropriate filing period. After filling date application will not be accepted by campuses. If you plan to apply after the filing period, then check with the campus to see if there are openings before submitting your application.

First set your self-report of SAT and/or ACT results in the application and also it is also required to submit official test scores. Please order score reports from the testing agency.

Provide your e-mail address which you will check regularly and keep until you enroll. E-mail addresses must be not more than 50 characters.

Consider your personal statement, which is important part of your application for admission. Get full details of personal statement here.

An application fee is $60 for each campus to which you apply. You can pay fees by credit cards. Keep a copy of your application receipt and personal statement for your files.

Application Fees
Campuses U.S. Applicants International Applicants
1 $60 $70
2 $120 $140
3 $180 $210
4 $240 $280
5 $300 $350
6 $360 $420
7 $420 $490
8 $480 $560
9 $540 $630

Print a copy.

Keep a copy of your application receipt and personal statement for your files.

If you have any question about the application process then call at (800) 523-2048 (in California) or (925) 808-2181 (outside California), during normal business hours.

Apply online:

If you want to make UC Admissions Application online, then open official site and click on the admission tool and click the undergraduate menu. Click to apply to UC option and get the information of UC application, and then click on the apply online option and click on the Go to the applications. After then login at applications login, enter username and passwords. If you are first time user, then click on begin option and enter username, password, which you want and enter your email address and get the UC admission form.

After the application:

After the application process you will receive an e-mail from the UC Undergraduate Application Processing Service within four to five weeks. If you do not receive it, then contact the processing service at or call (800) 523-2048.

Use the links in the menu at left to check your application status, update transfer application and learn how to submit transcripts.

If you want to change after you’re submit process, then send written request to the application processing service at this address:

University of California Undergraduate Application Processing Service

P.O. Box 4010

Concord, CA 94524-4010

You must include:

  • Application ID number
  • New campus name(s)
  • Major(s) to which you wish to apply
  • Check or money order for $60 for each additional campus ($70 for international applicants), payable to The Regents of the University of California.

Get the full information about UC Admissions Application here.


Csu Mentor

November 30, 2009 by · Comments Off on Csu Mentor 

( — Computer chip maker Intel wants to implant a brain-sensing chip directly into the brains of its customers to allow them to operate computers and other devices without moving a muscle.

Intel believes its customers would be willing to have a chip implanted in their brains so they could operate computers without the need for a keyboard or mouse using thoughts alone. The implant could also be used to operate devices such as cell phones, TVs and DVDs.

The chip is being developed at Intel’s laboratory in Pittsburgh, USA. It would sense brain activity using technology based on FMRI (Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging). The brain sensing chips are not yet available, but Intel research scientist Dean Pomerleau thinks they are close.

Theoretically, different people thinking of the same word or image would have the same activity in their brains, but since no one really knows exactly how the brain works, this is not certain. Pomerleau and his team have used FMRI to scan the brains of volunteers to see if brain patterns match when they are thinking of similar things, and so far the results look promising.

Pomerleau said that with human beings and machines converging in many ways, people will want to give up the need for an interface such as a keyboard, mouse or remote control and operate the devices using their brain waves. Pomerleau believes that some time within the next decade or so people will be “more committed” to the idea of the brain implants.

Pomerleau said a headset incorporating brain sensing technology to operate a computer is close, and the next step is to develop the tiny brain implant, which would be much less cumbersome for the user.

Associate Professor Charles Higgins of the University of Arizona predicts people will be using hybrid computers using a combination of living tissue and technology within 10 to 15 years. Researchers at his University have successfully built a robot guided by the eyes and brain of a moth. Researchers with Toyota are also working in the area, have developed a wheelchair controlled by brain waves.

While it seems unlikely many people would volunteer for the Intel chip implant at present, it could have applications for people who are unable to move, such as quadriplegics.

Csu Mentor

November 30, 2009 by · Comments Off on Csu Mentor 

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CSU Mentor, the CSU application submission Web site, recorded a total of 187329 submissions between Oct. 1 and Oct. 28, compared to 124684 during that same

Uc Application

November 30, 2009 by · Comments Off on Uc Application 

Everyone is mindful of the UC Application Deadline and everyone is cramming up to the last minute to have their applications ready for submission.  Daily World Buzz reminds you that today (November 30) at 11:59p.m. PST is the deadline for the UC Applications!

The UC application system will still run and be open after midnight.  Although, applications submitted over midnight would miss the priority filing deadline and will only be considered on a space-available basis.

Tips on your UC Applications:

* The key is to be prepared.  Are you late for the deadline submission?  You are lucky you read this because DWB tells you that you still have time!  You just need to submit your application today before midnight!  This means, prioritize this before anything else.  Click here to go to the UC Application online.
* After you have submitted your UC applications, you will have the time to prepare and focus on the next step.
* Take your SAT Reasoning and/or ACT Assessment plus Writing exams.
* Have a copy of your high school transcript ready.  It is okay to submit an unofficial copy.
* Be familiar with personal statement prompts.
* Draft your personal statement and have it ready before you log-in online so that you can just copy and paste when it prompts
* Be mindful that you need to pay $60 for application fee.
* Make sure that all the information you entered is correct.
* Review majors and minors list you are interested in.
* Apply for financial aid if you need it.

Good luck to all applicants!

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