Your NEWT exam covers all the most advanced transfigurations you have studied. Please cover the following:
- What is an animagus transformation? Is this transfiguration? How is it done? Why is the change different for each person? What are the differences between an animagus, a metamorphmagus, and a werewolf?
- Why are transformations on people the most difficult type of transfiguration? Give examples of human transformations, the wand movements, incantations, real world use, and use in battle.
- Un-transfiguring another witch or wizard's work is one of the most difficult things to do in transfiguration; why is this? If you were to see a clock, how could you tell it had been transfigured, or what it had originally been? Please give an example of wand movements for untransfiguring, and real world or battle use.
- What is Gamp's Law of Elemental Transfiguration, and how does it limit what you can do with transfiguration?