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    Transferring with a combined degree

    Let's say I have a b. science/b. arts and wanted to transfer into Law after a year.
    I understand you need a certain WAM to be considered, would you need this WAM in both courses or just, for example, only in the arts degree and my WAM in the science degree wouldn't matter?

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    Re: Transferring with a combined degree

    I'm pretty sure the WAM they consider is determined by every unit you take.
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    Re: Transferring with a combined degree

    If you have completed the equivalent of 1 year full time study (eight subjects) then they will take the WAM of all of the subjects you have done, irrespective of what degrees they were in.

    If that doesn't play to your advantage then just wait until you graduate and do a JD afterwards.
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    Re: Transferring with a combined degree

    Oh, got it! Thank you

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