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  • Maydelle from Moreno Valley, CA

    Being up to speed with every other incoming student means working pretty tirelessly in high school. A lot of students come in graduating in the top of their class. But Cal students often have backgrounds that are extremely diverse once you get past… more read full review

    Being up to speed with every other incoming student means working pretty tirelessly in high school. A lot of students come in graduating in the top of their class. But Cal students often have backgrounds that are extremely diverse once you get past the stats of tests scores and GPAs. Be well-rounded, if you're passionate about something, stick with it, and don't be afraid to talk about it in your personal statement. read full review

  • Liliana from Redwood City, CA

    Freshman cafeteria is not the best, but the food around and on campus is excellent. There is a variety of choices. read full review

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University of California at Berkeley Scholarships

Merit Aid

Merit Scholarships Available Amount freshman returning transfer graduate
$10,000 Y N N N
$6,500 Y R Y N
- Y R Y N
$5,000 R R R
$1,500 - $2,000 Y R R N
$1,000
$32,000
$7,000 N N Y N