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    Question Is it easier to get a higher GPA at less competitive unis?

    I was wondering whether it'd be easier to get a higher GPA if I done nursing at UWS as opposed to USYD as I need the highest possible GPA to get into non-standard medicine in 2019, thanks for any help as I've been getting so many mixed responses.

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    Re: Is it easier to get a higher GPA at less competitive unis?

    I'd think if they both marked on a bell curve, UWS would definitely be easier to achieve higher grades.
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    Re: Is it easier to get a higher GPA at less competitive unis?

    Quote Originally Posted by BLIT2014 View Post
    I'd think if they both marked on a bell curve, UWS would definitely be easier to achieve higher grades.
    Does USYD and UWS both mark on a bell curve?

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