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While I was studying abroad in Amsterdam, I came across the Freedom of Information Act.
This act allows you to access the depths of information stored by the university. I know, boring. But stay with me. I began to wonder; what sort of information can I really get from this?
As we all know, the stress of applying into your major is all too familiar. I can remember so many times where I wished I could teleport into the decision room and grab their grading rubric to see for myself what they were really looking for. So, that’s exactly what I asked for.
To my surprise, they actually gave me all of the closed-capacity rubrics. With that, I decided to make this website to share them with you. Check them out below and even use AI to grade your essay for you.
Good luck with your application.
These admissions rubrics only apply to transfer or current UW students; they are not applicable to freshman applicants.
Computer science is the study of algorithmic processes.
Informatics is the study of the structure, algorithms, behavior, and interactions of natural and artificial computational systems.
Business administration is the study of the performance and management of a business.
Public health is the science and art of preventing disease, prolonging life and promoting health.