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I put zero because I haven't studied anywhere else, but just put the truth. Don't lie to them. The universities may ask for proof that you have studied at an English school for the last 3 years or something, that's what they require the information for. I don't know too much about it but you can always explain that it was Grade 1 and 2. They are not going to refuse you because you studied elsewhere for two years.

EDIT: If anything, it would help for journalism (but they aren't going to use that to help decide). Supp maybe?
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I put zero because I haven't studied anywhere else, but just put the truth. Don't lie to them. The universities may ask for proof that you have studied at an English school for the last 3 years or something, that's what they require the information for. I don't know too much about it but you can always explain that it was Grade 1 and 2. They are not going to refuse you because you studied elsewhere for two years.

EDIT: If anything, it would help for journalism (but they aren't going to use that to help decide). Supp maybe?
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@g93 wrote
I put zero because I haven't studied anywhere else, but just put the truth. Don't lie to them. The universities may ask for proof that you have studied at an English school for the last 3 years or something, that's what they require the information for. I don't know too much about it but you can always explain that it was Grade 1 and 2. They are not going to refuse you because you studied elsewhere for two years.

EDIT: If anything, it would help for journalism (but they aren't going to use that to help decide). Supp maybe?



Yeah the question before does ask you how many years you've been in an Ontario highschool so I don't understand why they would need the other questions (if the requirement is that you've studied in Ontario school for the past 3 years).
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They're not going to. Don't worry. Even I went to school outside of Canada for 9 and 10 and I've already got accepted to 2 out 5 of the programs I applied to.
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@lala93 wrote

@g93 wrote
I put zero because I haven't studied anywhere else, but just put the truth. Don't lie to them. The universities may ask for proof that you have studied at an English school for the last 3 years or something, that's what they require the information for. I don't know too much about it but you can always explain that it was Grade 1 and 2. They are not going to refuse you because you studied elsewhere for two years.

EDIT: If anything, it would help for journalism (but they aren't going to use that to help decide). Supp maybe?



Yeah the question before does ask you how many years you've been in an Ontario highschool so I don't understand why they would need the other questions (if the requirement is that you've studied in Ontario school for the past 3 years).



They would need it in situations like mine where even though I didn't go to a Canadian high school for the full 4 years, I still went to school in Canada for a significant amount of years and therefore I am able to speak English as well as the next red neck out there.
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@ffcelik wrote

@lala93 wrote

@g93 wrote
I put zero because I haven't studied anywhere else, but just put the truth. Don't lie to them. The universities may ask for proof that you have studied at an English school for the last 3 years or something, that's what they require the information for. I don't know too much about it but you can always explain that it was Grade 1 and 2. They are not going to refuse you because you studied elsewhere for two years.

EDIT: If anything, it would help for journalism (but they aren't going to use that to help decide). Supp maybe?



Yeah the question before does ask you how many years you've been in an Ontario highschool so I don't understand why they would need the other questions (if the requirement is that you've studied in Ontario school for the past 3 years).



They would need it in situations like mine where even though I didn't go to a Canadian high school for the full 4 years, I still went to school in Canada for a significant amount of years and therefore I am able to speak English as well as the next red neck out there.




Ohh okkk...I was just feeling paranoid about that lol. Yeah I'm also going to ask my guidance counsellor about it. Do you mind me asking where else you went to school?
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^ Quebec, Turkey, Oman, Saudi Arabia. Spread out enough? :D
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