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So currently I am sitting on a 57%, but I have an incredible track record when it comes to volunteering in my community. I am looking at applying to Nipissing, Algoma, and last but not least Mcgill. Do I have a chance at getting in for Agriculture. Here are a few references that have helped me strive in the agriculture department.
Hey guys! I spent a lot of time last year browsing this forum and I thought I would share my experience at McGill thus far. I'm living in New Residence Hall and I'm a U0 in the Desautels Faculty of Management!! Ask me anything you want regarding the program, the university, student life, life in residence, frosh, etc. :)
Okay so a lot of people always highlight the good about the schools and as a grade 12 students considering both these school I want to ask what is bad about your experience from these schools and any helpful tips for someone who might be new at these universities?
I'm in grade 11 and I'm already stressed thinking about University and all. I wanted to know from those who have done the video interview for the Schulich Business Program at York, what were the questions you were asked? Thanks so much!
Hi guys! long story short, I've applied to queen's and their admission bursary few weeks ago, but today I've found out a small writing mistake on the admission bursary application essay, would that affect my chance getting accepted to the actual program?
Does the referee for the PSE have to be able to attest to your extracurricular activities? The way that the question is worded, it seems like the person must be able to speak to the EC you wrote about. I was going to use a teacher (which is apparently preferred) but she can't speak to any of my ECs. Anyone can clear this up for me?
TItle, Says it all I am currently debating between these two schools and am having a hard time coming to a conclusion. Also keep in mind I do intend on pursuing accounting and not finance. I just want my CPA, i do not want to work on wall street. With that being said, does Waterloo genuinely provide any benefits when it comes to career. Carleton has co-op just like waterloo does, . Also, with carleton's new MACC as well as the possibility to apply to Schulich's MACC upon graduation What benefit is there really to going to AFM as compared to Carleton?I mean why should i pay tens of thousands extra in tuition? Any insight will be greatly appreciated.
Have you guys noticed that the incoming average at Queen's is lower than many other universities? It's like 6-7th now. I swear I thought it was like the top 3 or something (maybe behind McGill or Western?). I've also noticed that people in my school rarely consider applying there for anything other than commerce. I applied to Queen's for Arts and debating if I should go. What do you guys think?
My question is will I get into Ryerson Business Management? They take any of the 3 maths but Calc is their preferred one, is Data still fine if I scored a 90 or higher in it? It says their admission range is 78-82 but I'm still nervous so I'm thinking of taking a night school course to replace Economics and make my average even higher.