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Chances of getting into a business school - Ivey, Schulich, queens and rotman

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i think this post is a fake
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i think this post is a fake
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@asimayyaz wrote
i think this post is a fake




what makes you say that?
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I would assume this is fake because someone with a 95% average can't even spell Rotman correctly.

What gives this post away is that your President, if not executive of 9 clubs.

If you have a meeting in each of your clubs once a week. that's only 5 clubs.

Highly unrealistic
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@maynards wrote
I would assume this is fake because someone with a 95% average can't even spell Rotman correctly.

What gives this post away is that your President, if not executive of 9 clubs.

If you have a meeting in each of your clubs once a week. that's only 5 clubs.

Highly unrealistic



lol thanks for correcting my mistake

however...

Spelling names is not my strong point. It ironic because at the Schulich meeting they told me that they rejected people who did not spell the name of their university right. And yes, my mark average is fake because it is not 100% accurate. It can deviate up or down, but, the deviation is not important because it is very small making is insignificant.

Also, it is possible to run more than 5 club...Jeffery.
Thanks for you input though
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@Redprince wrote

It ironic because at the Schulich meeting they told me that they rejected people who did not spell the name of their university right. And yes, my mark average is fake because it is not 100% accurate. It can deviate up or down, but, the deviation is not important because it is very small making is insignificant.



I highly doubt a 95% average student writes like that.
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@heyppl123 wrote

@Redprince wrote

It ironic because at the Schulich meeting they told me that they rejected people who did not spell the name of their university right. And yes, my mark average is fake because it is not 100% accurate. It can deviate up or down, but, the deviation is not important because it is very small making is insignificant.



I highly doubt a 95% average student writes like that.




lol, man...if you want I can give you my transcript so you will believe me. Thus, based on my marks(fake or real :cyclops: ) and EC, how do I stand? (please do not base it on the style of writing)

Anyways...
Thanks for your input =)
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You will be fine, if the information given is real.
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Sir, if you have a 95 average and those ECs ( which i don't believe is possible), and you are still worried, I feel sorry for you because you are hopeless.

I still believe that the post is a fake, no offence, just an opinion!
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With that resume u're pretty much set. Good luck with your applications.

Can I ask what ur Ivey case study club is? Did you set that up urself or did Ivey come to your school?
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@Ren416 wrote
With that resume u're pretty much set. Good luck with your applications.

Can I ask what ur Ivey case study club is? Did you set that up urself or did Ivey come to your school?



I set it up myself and its very simple. Get a teacher supervisor, tell him/her to buy the cases and tell club member's to solve the case. (run it anyway you like - make them write their answer or present it, etc...)

And thanks for the feedback.
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@asimayyaz wrote
Sir, if you have a 95 average and those ECs ( which i don't believe is possible), and you are still worried, I feel sorry for you because you are hopeless.

I still believe that the post is a fake, no offence, just an opinion!



I am worried because people with higher marks and better supplementary application have asked the same question.

Still, thanks for the feedback.
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yeah, your marks are definitely not good enough to get in, and you don't really have much EC's, I think your best bet is getting into Lakehead or Trent university. They are still good universities, but I doubt you have the marks and EC's to get into the top schools.
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I too, think this post is "fake" or extremely deviant from the truth. But I could be wrong.

Also, I think your extra curriculars aren't very... "legit". Someone could easily make up 10 clubs, have only 2 students in it, and call themselves President. If you were the president of something more reputable, such as Student Council, Debate or DECA, then it would be much more credible.

I'm not trying to damage your reputation, but that's what I would think if I were the recruiter.

P.S. Is 'Science Senior Scholar' really a club? If so, what do you guys do there?
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Why would someone post fake ECs on an anonymous admissions advice forum ...

But yes, people exaggerate their ECs, get used to it.
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I'm not sure if one person can handle that many Head and exec positions at once. And on top of that is saying he is worried about others with higher marks and better supps? Hmm...No offense but you definitely present yourself as an impostor.
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@ndrwzheng wrote
I too, think this post is "fake" or extremely deviant from the truth. But I could be wrong.

Also, I think your extra curriculars aren't very... "legit". Someone could easily make up 10 clubs, have only 2 students in it, and call themselves President. If you were the president of something more reputable, such as Student Council, Debate or DECA, then it would be much more credible.

I'm not trying to damage your reputation, but that's what I would think if I were the recruiter.

P.S. Is 'Science Senior Scholar' really a club? If so, what do you guys do there?



Science senior scholar is a place where student can get science help from other students. I am pretty sure there is a same type of club at your school (different name).

My job is...
-Going through the applications and picking the most suitable scholars.
-making sure that students getting help, get it from the most appropriate scholar.
-keeping track of volunteer hours
-making advertising campaigns to encourage more students to ask for help.
-taking attendance and signing people in
-Keeping track of students who have gotten help.
-Helping other scholars (rare case) and students who need academic help in science.
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^ Could I ask why you would like to go to Ivey?
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@Finance27 wrote
^ Could I ask why you would like to go to Ivey?




I love engineering and business and Ivey is the program that I know off where I can get a degree in both.

That is why I have a mixture business and science clubs.
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Do you really find the need to ask this question=/
Chances of getting into Ivey Schulich Queens and Rotman...in my opinion are very high.
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