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Chances at Waterloo's Math/BBa DD

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Just want to know my chances of being accepted to Math and Business Administration (Double degree) @ Waterloo or Laurier.

English 85
Calculus 91
Physics 93
Francais Langue 83
Math 12 86(final)
Bio 86(final)

for first term marks unless otherwise mentioned.

I'm sure my next term will be better

I have swimming competitively, Starcraft club, and I coach swimming as extra-curriculars. I'm sure I can get decent letters from my teachers and coaches.

Thanks!
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You're sitting a little below the cutoff, but seeing as you've applied to both programs - it really depends how many applicants there are this year. Do well on the Euclid and you might have a chance.
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Do you need letters of references for the DD?
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Try to pull up some of the other marks, or take a few easy credits next semester (international business?), to boost your mark up a bit. I was accepted with an 88 last year, but my EC's were stronger, and I was applying to the CS program.

With an average a % or 2 higher you should get in from WLU. UW is harder to get into, simply because they get more applicants.
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@xxMoonCakezxx wrote
Do you need letters of references for the DD?



I'm not sure about the WLU side, but for the UW side, you need a reference from a math teacher for any program in the math faculty (obviously including DD). It should be on the AIF, which has yet to come out yet.
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