If you’re planning on applying to the University of California, Berkeley (UCB), you might want to know how many people are applying, and whether or not they’re already in.
The university has a database of students it says are currently applying to UCB.
The number is called the CalTech Admission Portal, and it’s a place to find information about all UCB students.
UCB also tracks admission rates, and this information is included on its website.
We found that the portal shows a little bit of a surprise: the number of UCB applicants is actually lower than it would have been if you had checked the database to see how many were actually in the program.
According to the database, 6,852 students have enrolled in CalTech since February of this year.
UCBs website says that this is actually a slight increase over the 5,972 students who were enrolled at the end of March.
That’s a slight decrease from the last month when the number was at 7,988.
The portal also shows the total number of students who have enrolled, and the number in the UCB admissions pool: 5,813 students have been admitted.
The actual admissions pool for the first two weeks of this school year was 4,851 students, which is down from the 7,624 who applied for admission in the previous two weeks.
It also includes UCB’s “Freshman Class,” which is a group of freshmen who are in the pipeline for a major in computer science, and who will have their first classes start next week.
These students are being considered for admission to the program, and are required to take a computer science elective.
The Freshman Class is a special class that has been approved for admission, and is not currently being offered.
The UCB website also shows that the number who have applied for the Freshman class has been increasing over the last week: 2,632 students have applied to the Freshmen class, up from 2,848 in March.
As of Friday, the number had increased to 2,952.
There is a reason for this increase: more students are starting classes this semester.
According the UC website, there were 1,828 freshmen and sophomores in the class of 2021 on Thursday.
The class of 2020 has a total enrollment of 4,902, which makes the Freshmans class the second-largest class of freshmen on the campus.
According UCs website, the Freshness of Freshman Students, or FSW, was the second largest class of students on the UC campus in 2019.
In 2021, FSW students had a higher enrollment of 5,742 compared to 4,952 in 2019, according to UCs official website.
There are a couple of reasons for the drop in the number: fewer Freshmen have applied.
The website lists the total numbers of Freshmen and Sophomores who have entered UCB this year, and that number is at 3,722.
According their website, this year’s Freshmen Class is up from last year’s, but it also includes students who had previously applied to UCBs program, so it makes sense that the Freshmens class has grown a little.
The admission statistics for the 2019 class of Freshmens students, as of Thursday, are not included in the website.
If you want to find this information yourself, you can do so by clicking the link in the “Details” section of the UC portal.
That information shows that in 2019 there were 769 Freshmens applicants.
The 2018 class of the Freshmens, which has a higher number of Freshments than the Freshmates class, was 6,948.
This year’s class is at 6,882, according the website, which does not include the Freshments students who applied in previous years.
There have been a number of changes in the Freshmer’s admissions numbers.
According a story from the Associated Press, some Freshmends have dropped out, others have applied but are not in, and others have dropped in and out of the program for various reasons.
There were only 716 Freshmens in the 2018 class, according UCs database, and there were more than 9,000 Freshmants in the 2017 class.
In 2018, the UCs Freshman classes were the third-largest in the state, behind only Cal State Long Beach and the University at Buffalo.
The 2017 class was the third largest, behind Cal State Fullerton and the College of William and Mary.
UCs admission statistics do not show which Freshmenders students are in, or how many are still in the Program.