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|Author: ||it's two years|
|Subject: ||RE: Likelihood of transferring from in-state CC to out of state 4 year?|
If you got to cc then you need to plan on being there for two years since if you don't get into Washington you're most likely looking at a UC. Like it's been said, UCs will only take completed IGETC which takes two years to get the required courses and units. Even with your AP credits, if they count toward that, it doesn't really help you to get it done in 1.5 years. Unless you want to spend two years living at home pick one of the other schools and go there. If you don't like Pomona or the other so cal options you have, go to Santa Cruz. Good city, good programs in what you're interested in and you could probably compete there since they have a men's DIII team now.
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