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I applied to Chemical Engineering at Mcmaster, UFT and Waterloo. Aside from the average of the 6U/M courses, would they have more of a concern for one courses mark over another? And if so what do you expect the priority list regarding the mandatory courses individual marks are? I got a 81 in Advanced Functions and its pulling my average down.
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@Vc314 wrote
I applied to Chemical Engineering at Mcmaster, UFT and Waterloo. Aside from the average of the 6U/M courses, would they have more of a concern for one courses mark over another? And if so what do you expect the priority list regarding the mandatory courses individual marks are? I got a 81 in Advanced Functions and its pulling my average down.


where's uft
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@Vc314 wrote
I applied to Chemical Engineering at Mcmaster, UFT and Waterloo. Aside from the average of the 6U/M courses, would they have more of a concern for one courses mark over another? And if so what do you expect the priority list regarding the mandatory courses individual marks are? I got a 81 in Advanced Functions and its pulling my average down.



I don't think one 81 will hurt you too much, as long as your other marks can pull your average up.



@maelong wrote
where's uft



The University of Toronto is in Toronto.. They have 3 campuses: Scarborough, St. George, and Mississauga.
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They do not care about specific grades. They would tell you if they did. A school like U of T is processing over 9,000 applications, they aren't going over them in this level of detail at all. Not to mention an 81 for a course is perfectly fine.
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