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Are repeated courses accepted by Mac, UofT and Waterloo?

A photo of AbiHelbig AbiHelbig
I was planning on to retake Advanced Functions, as I am not doing as well as I thought I would. Getting a 78%, but I can't afford to get this mark (I messed up so much, last yr I had a 92% for Functions). So I was wondering if it is good to retake it, as that mark does not truly reflect my potentials.

I'm applying to:

Mac: LifeSci, and HealthSci
UofT: LifeSci, BioEng
Waterloo: HonoursSci, and LifeSci

So, do you think I should retake it as this is the only mark that is so low. All my other marks are high above 88+. I heard people saying how Waterloo doesn't accept repeated courses and what not. I'm so scared, can someone help me out with this?

Thank you.
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A photo of DntMessWitRohan DntMessWitRohan

@AbiHelbig wrote
I was planning on to retake Advanced Functions, as I am not doing as well as I thought I would. Getting a 78%, but I can't afford to get this mark (I messed up so much, last yr I had a 92% for Functions). So I was wondering if it is good to retake it, as that mark does not truly reflect my potentials.

I'm applying to:

Mac: LifeSci, and HealthSci
UofT: LifeSci, BioEng
Waterloo: HonoursSci, and LifeSci

So, do you think I should retake it as this is the only mark that is so low. All my other marks are high above 88+. I heard people saying how Waterloo doesn't accept repeated courses and what not. I'm so scared, can someone help me out with this?

Thank you.



I know that the universities I applied to simply take the higher mark of the two and do not look down on repeated courses. I'm not sure about Mac or UofT so I would suggest you take a look at either their handbooks or give them a call, personally and ask! ;)
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