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Rahul

7 years ago

There is a section under finances in #UCSB (university of caifornia, Santa Barbara) which says: "If

There is a section under finances in #UCSB (university of caifornia, Santa Barbara) which says:
"If you have available personal funds that you are willing to use to fund your graduate study, please provide the dollar amount."
Will entering less amount have any impact on my application? Can it lead to rejection?

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Divyesh Chitroda

7 years ago

Yeah, even i have filled 35k for the entirety of program. Not sure about the side effects.

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Rahul Author

7 years ago

@mukul I added 30000$ for entirety of program although I don't have that much of savings...But didn't want rejection because of that...Let's see what happens See more

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Rahul Author

7 years ago

Don't think so, 100 and more is preferred but they shouldn't have 100 as strict cut off score..

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Viren

7 years ago

@Rahulkb88 @turingIncomplete Hey, Is the 100 on TOEFL a strict cut off for UCSB (like filter through system)? My score is 99. See more

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Mukul

7 years ago

@Rahulkb88 The FAQ says no but I think it must in some way. Why would they consider candidates that ultimately wont be able to support themselves properly. For now just enter the actual amount you can cover in $s. See more

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