How Good Do You Need To Do To Transfer Out of UT/UCLA/Vandy

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How Good Do You Need To Do To Transfer Out of UT/UCLA/Vandy

Postby fingersxd » Thu Jun 07, 2012 12:02 am

I'm looking at somewhere b/t top 33-40%. Any chance of moving up? And if so, would it even be worth it? I don't imagine I could break the T10 and I don't know if anything lower is worth it.


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Re: How Good Do You Need To Do To Transfer Out of UT/UCLA/Vandy

Postby forestgirl » Fri Jun 08, 2012 4:18 pm

You can probably move laterally or maybe just a little up.... it probably wouldn't be worth it unless you need to make a major geographical change for serious career or personal reasons. If you are currently in school in a region where you want to live and work, I would stay and just work on beefing up your resume for the job search. I'm currently considering transferring as well, and I've come to the decision that only a huge move is probably worth it. Factor in that you're paying sticker wherever else you would go, and it's probably a wise decision to stay put.

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