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Admission Marks for UofT Life Sci

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I've been under pressure for the last few days because my chem mark has dramatically dropped. And I'm curious if UofT (for life sci - any campus) would include that in my top 6? Because as far as I know only ENG4U and Calc are required. But I've heard from other people that they also take your chem and bio mark.

These are my current marks :

English - 83
Calc - 76 (hoping to bring this up by January)
AP Human Geo - 90
AP Economics - 99
AP World History - 93
Biology - 84


Chemistry - 68

If I were to count my top six without chem it would be around 87-88%. of course if I included chem then there wouldn't even be a reason to apply to UofT lol.

For those that don't want to read a wall of text: Does UofT life sci include chem in top 6?


P.S. Are there any other uni programs I could apply to with my marks? (Life Sci) I was thinking of York but they require chem. I know I could definitely apply to Ryerson.
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Ahhh are you sure absolutely 100% sure? :D

And also I have greater news, turns out my biology mark went up to 86 and my Calculus mark is now an 83. :)
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Ryerson req. chem in some sciences, u of t is top six including calc and eng.
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@hunt3rshadow wrote
Ahhh are you sure absolutely 100% sure? :D

And also I have greater news, turns out my biology mark went up to 86 and my Calculus mark is now an 83. :)



Good for you. Now let me introduce you to my friend Google. He's very helpful.
http://www.electronicinfo.ca/en/degree.php

Go here, pick your program. It'll list what schools offer it.
Pick which school interests you. You can now see what high school courses are required as prerequisites.

Or, you could go to each individual site and do the same. That's one of the most fun parts of looking at universities. Admission requirements.
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