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Applying to my uni's, dont really get it.

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So im from BC, applying to some ontario universities. Im currently at the first stage of applying, using this website: http://webapp.ouac.on.ca/webapp/base.d2w/report?ident=MAIN_DSP&merchant_rn=26&action_id=choose

I havent hit submit yet, as im still unsure about a couple of things. Under the heading "Activities", it says "list work,volunteering etc when not going to school full time." So i can only list things from the summer?

Also, when adding programs to apply to in the first heading, i applied to Western and Queens so far. I dont get why for both it wants me to pick a specific engineering example, Mechanical. It makes no sense, Queens and Western are both general for first year.

any help appreciated!
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buuump for help
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I think it means list anything that you don't do as a requirement for school. So any work or volunteering you do outside of school. People should correct me if I'm wrong.

As per specifying a discipline, if the school has a general first year, just pick one that you think you might like, and it shouldn't matter.
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anyone else have a response?
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@ktel wrote
I think it means list anything that you don't do as a requirement for school. So any work or volunteering you do outside of school. People should correct me if I'm wrong.

As per specifying a discipline, if the school has a general first year, just pick one that you think you might like, and it shouldn't matter.



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