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    UTS -------> to UNSW

    Okay so, my exams are next week, and I have had a pretty great semester, so i was wondering...Next semester in case the work gets harder. What avg WAM should I try to maintain in order to transfer to either Usyd or UNSW (software engineering or Advanced computing)

    This is how my transcript for semester 1 is looking at the moment

    BRM: 87+(overall HD,got 90s in all assessment except final exam)
    Math Mod 1: 86+(should get HD overall, 90s in all assessments except final exam)
    Prog Fundamentals : 87(Confirmed HD)
    EngComm : 65+(Credit...don't ask).


    I am confident I can get a HD or very high D average (approx 82-84).

    What WAM/GPA should I try to maintain next semester, to pretty much give me a good chance of successfully transferring.

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    Re: UTS -------> to UNSW

    Anywhere between high 70’s to 80 will be good.
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    Re: UTS -------> to UNSW

    You won't know what you get till you do your finals...

    But you should be fine according to your estimate.

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    Re: UTS -------> to UNSW

    Last semester was really good just an update for this thread

    Got the perfect GPA 4/4 or 7/7 depending on the scale

    Math modelling 1 : 87
    Business requirements modelling 89
    Programming Fundamentals: 87
    Eng Comm 86

    WAM 86 ish

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