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edemboi85edemboi85 33 replies48 threads Junior Member
edited November 2005 in University of Washington
Good day. I was wondering whether a 3.5-3.6 GPA and above will be enough for an international student (and out of state:to transfer to your college). I am currently going to school in Wisconsin and I want to know if a 3.5 GPA is enouigh to transfer as a business major. Please I will like to know. Thank you
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  • edemboi85edemboi85 33 replies48 threads Junior Member
    anyone please
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  • chloecat16chloecat16 182 replies52 threads Junior Member
    Well....I think you should definetly apply and have a shot. But, I really am not the best person to ask b/c I only really know stuff about Freshman admissions. Plus I've heard that the U is really wierd about Transfer admission...but I say go for it!!!!! You have nothing to lose and your GPA isn't bad...good luck!
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