2012 Schulich BBA/iBBA Acceptances

cocoappleli
Posted: 7:02AM February 04, 2012 UTC
Hi, I just saw a post last year about Schulich acceptances, so I thought that maybe we should also have one this year. 
Post your questions, marks, ECs, and your acceptances here, and we'll get through this stressful time together :) 
Hope to see you all next year!
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Jack555
Posted: 7:02AM February 04, 2012 UTC
Unlike last year, where everyone pooled their schulich questions into 1 thread, this year the new fad is to make a new thread every time you have a question, and then repost the same question in a new thread the next day to get more responses :compress: 
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Windsongs4
Posted: 7:02AM February 04, 2012 UTC
@Jack555 wrote
Unlike last year, where everyone pooled their schulich questions into 1 thread, this year the new fad is to make a new thread every time you have a question, and then repost the same question in a new thread the next day to get more responses :compress: 



LOL ^agreed . wish it was like last year tho :P

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cocoappleli
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Posted: 7:02AM February 04, 2012 UTC
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@Jack555 wrote
Unlike last year, where everyone pooled their schulich questions into 1 thread, this year the new fad is to make a new thread every time you have a question, and then repost the same question in a new thread the next day to get more responses :compress: 



lol I sometimes do the same thing :P
But now that the application due date is almost near, there probably shouldn't be a lot of application questions anymore... 

Can I know what was your average last year and how were your ECs?
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cocoappleli
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Posted: 7:02AM February 04, 2012 UTC
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@Windsongs4 wrote

@Jack555 wrote
Unlike last year, where everyone pooled their schulich questions into 1 thread, this year the new fad is to make a new thread every time you have a question, and then repost the same question in a new thread the next day to get more responses :compress: 



LOL ^agreed . wish it was like last year tho :P





Did you submit your SAF yet?
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Jack555
Posted: 7:02AM February 04, 2012 UTC
@cocoappleli wrote

@Jack555 wrote
Unlike last year, where everyone pooled their schulich questions into 1 thread, this year the new fad is to make a new thread every time you have a question, and then repost the same question in a new thread the next day to get more responses :compress: 



lol I sometimes do the same thing :P
But now that the application due date is almost near, there probably shouldn't be a lot of application questions anymore... 

Can I know what was your average last year and how were your ECs?




Lol yeah.....after applications are over, the hype settles down until mid march when the first rounds come out then its hysteria all over again....

As for myself, I got in first round (which varies between before march break and after march break every year..) with 92....had 10 ECs...3 were volunteer things just to get the mandatory 40 hours, 1 work experience doing data entry, 1 deca, 2 sports (wasnt on any official school teams though, just casual outside of school stuff), and the rest random school clubs (yearbook exec was the main one, the rest I kinda just went sometimes)
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cocoappleli
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Posted: 7:02AM February 04, 2012 UTC
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@Jack555 wrote

@cocoappleli wrote

@Jack555 wrote
Unlike last year, where everyone pooled their schulich questions into 1 thread, this year the new fad is to make a new thread every time you have a question, and then repost the same question in a new thread the next day to get more responses :compress: 



lol I sometimes do the same thing :P
But now that the application due date is almost near, there probably shouldn't be a lot of application questions anymore... 

Can I know what was your average last year and how were your ECs?




Lol yeah.....after applications are over, the hype settles down until mid march when the first rounds come out then its hysteria all over again....

As for myself, I got in first round (which varies between before march break and after march break every year..) with 92....had 10 ECs...3 were volunteer things just to get the mandatory 40 hours, 1 work experience doing data entry, 1 deca, 2 sports (wasnt on any official school teams though, just casual outside of school stuff), and the rest random school clubs (yearbook exec was the main one, the rest I kinda just went sometimes)



Wow... Now I'm really worried lol
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JumboJet
Posted: 7:02AM February 04, 2012 UTC
I was wondering when such a thread would show up. Good luck to all the applicants out there in SAF land. :batman: 
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cocoappleli
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Posted: 7:02AM February 04, 2012 UTC
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I was wondering when such a thread would show up. Good luck to all the applicants out there in SAF land. :batman: 



Have you submitted your SAF yet?
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Windsongs4
Posted: 7:02AM February 04, 2012 UTC
@cocoappleli wrote

@Windsongs4 wrote

@Jack555 wrote
Unlike last year, where everyone pooled their schulich questions into 1 thread, this year the new fad is to make a new thread every time you have a question, and then repost the same question in a new thread the next day to get more responses :compress: 



LOL ^agreed . wish it was like last year tho :P





Did you submit your SAF yet?



ya i sent it in 9ish days ago and they received it (on myfile)
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Windsongs4
Posted: 7:02AM February 04, 2012 UTC
@Jack555 wrote

@cocoappleli wrote

@Jack555 wrote
Unlike last year, where everyone pooled their schulich questions into 1 thread, this year the new fad is to make a new thread every time you have a question, and then repost the same question in a new thread the next day to get more responses :compress: 



lol I sometimes do the same thing :P
But now that the application due date is almost near, there probably shouldn't be a lot of application questions anymore... 

Can I know what was your average last year and how were your ECs?




Lol yeah.....after applications are over, the hype settles down until mid march when the first rounds come out then its hysteria all over again....

As for myself, I got in first round (which varies between before march break and after march break every year..) with 92....had 10 ECs...3 were volunteer things just to get the mandatory 40 hours, 1 work experience doing data entry, 1 deca, 2 sports (wasnt on any official school teams though, just casual outside of school stuff), and the rest random school clubs (yearbook exec was the main one, the rest I kinda just went sometimes)



LOL to march break thing- i can see that happening :P do u think ouac order affects their acceptances??
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Windsongs4
Posted: 7:02AM February 04, 2012 UTC
oh and jack555 - did u apply to western aeo or queens and were you accepted? (if you were: why schulich?)
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Ke186
Posted: 7:02AM February 04, 2012 UTC
@Jack555 wrote

@cocoappleli wrote

@Jack555 wrote
Unlike last year, where everyone pooled their schulich questions into 1 thread, this year the new fad is to make a new thread every time you have a question, and then repost the same question in a new thread the next day to get more responses :compress: 



lol I sometimes do the same thing :P
But now that the application due date is almost near, there probably shouldn't be a lot of application questions anymore... 

Can I know what was your average last year and how were your ECs?




Lol yeah.....after applications are over, the hype settles down until mid march when the first rounds come out then its hysteria all over again....

As for myself, I got in first round (which varies between before march break and after march break every year..) with 92....had 10 ECs...3 were volunteer things just to get the mandatory 40 hours, 1 work experience doing data entry, 1 deca, 2 sports (wasnt on any official school teams though, just casual outside of school stuff), and the rest random school clubs (yearbook exec was the main one, the rest I kinda just went sometimes)



How were your essays, and how much did you write about your ECs?
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cocoappleli
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Posted: 7:02AM February 05, 2012 UTC
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@Windsongs4 wrote

@Jack555 wrote

@cocoappleli wrote

@Jack555 wrote
Unlike last year, where everyone pooled their schulich questions into 1 thread, this year the new fad is to make a new thread every time you have a question, and then repost the same question in a new thread the next day to get more responses :compress: 



lol I sometimes do the same thing :P
But now that the application due date is almost near, there probably shouldn't be a lot of application questions anymore... 

Can I know what was your average last year and how were your ECs?




Lol yeah.....after applications are over, the hype settles down until mid march when the first rounds come out then its hysteria all over again....

As for myself, I got in first round (which varies between before march break and after march break every year..) with 92....had 10 ECs...3 were volunteer things just to get the mandatory 40 hours, 1 work experience doing data entry, 1 deca, 2 sports (wasnt on any official school teams though, just casual outside of school stuff), and the rest random school clubs (yearbook exec was the main one, the rest I kinda just went sometimes)



LOL to march break thing- i can see that happening :P do u think ouac order affects their acceptances??




Lol I know that last year the acceptances started on March 8th or something... but then I also know that in the previous year, the acceptances didn't start until mid-March... 

And about the OUAC order, I don't think anyone knows the right answer, since Schulich doesn't say if it affects or not. But I personally know people who got accepted even though it's not their first choice, if that helps...
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Windsongs4
Posted: 7:02AM February 05, 2012 UTC
cocoappleli - thanks, it does help :) :P
i put them 3rd; how bout you?
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MINTOK
Posted: 7:02AM February 07, 2012 UTC
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Can't wait to meet you at frosh!

2016s! 2016s! 2016s!!!!
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cocoappleli
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Posted: 7:02AM February 09, 2012 UTC
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@Windsongs4 wrote
cocoappleli - thanks, it does help :) :P
i put them 3rd; how bout you?



First....
I'm nervous.... I really hope I can get an early acceptance in March. Really don't want to wait until April..
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cocoappleli
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Posted: 7:02AM February 09, 2012 UTC
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@MINTOK wrote
Thread like.

Can't wait to meet you at frosh!

2016s! 2016s! 2016s!!!!



May I know your average and when you got accepted (early, or in May)?
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MINTOK
Posted: 7:02AM February 09, 2012 UTC
first semester - 89.9
Final - 92.3
I got accepted in early May.
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cocoappleli
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Posted: 7:02AM February 10, 2012 UTC
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@bcd92 wrote

@Jack555 wrote

@cocoappleli wrote

@Jack555 wrote
Unlike last year, where everyone pooled their schulich questions into 1 thread, this year the new fad is to make a new thread every time you have a question, and then repost the same question in a new thread the next day to get more responses :compress: 



lol I sometimes do the same thing :P
But now that the application due date is almost near, there probably shouldn't be a lot of application questions anymore... 

Can I know what was your average last year and how were your ECs?




Lol yeah.....after applications are over, the hype settles down until mid march when the first rounds come out then its hysteria all over again....

As for myself, I got in first round (which varies between before march break and after march break every year..) with 92....had 10 ECs...3 were volunteer things just to get the mandatory 40 hours, 1 work experience doing data entry, 1 deca, 2 sports (wasnt on any official school teams though, just casual outside of school stuff), and the rest random school clubs (yearbook exec was the main one, the rest I kinda just went sometimes)





omg after reading this i feel like i might just stand a chance. Since i have 9 ECs, 3 of which are Community Service hours. I have an 89% average, but hopefully by the end of semester 2 i should get 90%+. 
I really hope that Schulich accepts me (:



Right now my average is 91.5, but my ECs are pretty bad... I have no executive positions at all, but I did have a bit of leadership potential... I hope Schulich will accept me in March. I really don't want to wait until April.
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cocoappleli
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Posted: 7:02AM February 10, 2012 UTC
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@MINTOK wrote
first semester - 89.9
Final - 92.3
I got accepted in early May.



Thank you.
And in your opinion, how much do you think Schulich weighs the ECs?
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MINTOK
Posted: 7:02AM February 10, 2012 UTC
@cocoappleli wrote

@MINTOK wrote
first semester - 89.9
Final - 92.3
I got accepted in early May.



Thank you.
And in your opinion, how much do you think Schulich weighs the ECs?


For average above 92%, I think they change the weight of SAF at 20%... Although I disagree with that.
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Super
Posted: 7:02AM February 10, 2012 UTC
@MINTOK wrote

@cocoappleli wrote

@MINTOK wrote
first semester - 89.9
Final - 92.3
I got accepted in early May.



Thank you.
And in your opinion, how much do you think Schulich weighs the ECs?


For average above 92%, I think they change the weight of SAF at 20%... Although I disagree with that.



How do you think it is weighted if my average is lower than 92%?
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cocoappleli
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Posted: 7:02AM February 12, 2012 UTC
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Anyone know what was last year's cut-off, and what's the cut-off mark for early acceptance?
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Super
Posted: 7:02AM February 12, 2012 UTC
@cocoappleli wrote
Anyone know what was last year's cut-off, and what's the cut-off mark for early acceptance?



90.5% in 2010 is the cut-off listed on Schulich's Wikipedia page.
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