ABA Blurb on the Success of Transfer Students

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floggered
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Re: ABA Blurb on the Success of Transfer Students

Postby floggered » Sat Jan 07, 2012 1:49 pm

Sounds spot on. However, it'd be nice for prospective transferees to have some solid transfer-specific employment data for schools, which I wasn't able to find.

Transferthrowaway
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Re: ABA Blurb on the Success of Transfer Students

Postby Transferthrowaway » Sat Jan 07, 2012 2:46 pm

floggered wrote:Sounds spot on. However, it'd be nice for prospective transferees to have some solid transfer-specific employment data for schools, which I wasn't able to find.


Small sample size, but everyone in my T6 transfer class who wanted a firm job was able to find one (with quite a few V5-V10 offers).

mrloblaw
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Re: ABA Blurb on the Success of Transfer Students

Postby mrloblaw » Tue Jan 10, 2012 3:14 pm

I guess this explains my shitty 2L performance thus far, being the (lone?) anti-gunner transfer student at my T6.

missinglink
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Re: ABA Blurb on the Success of Transfer Students

Postby missinglink » Mon Jan 16, 2012 2:21 am

Every transfer that I know has done pretty well grade-wise - e.g., 3.60 or above.

I'm sure it isn't universal, but they're earning a lot of good grades here regardless of the transferee school.




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