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Do all universities accept "M" courses?

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As part of your top six? No, they'll look at your best six university-level grade 12 courses.

Do they look at them and see your grades? Yes.
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no.. I'm pretty sure most look at your top six 4U/4M courses. Some universities have restrictions on how many 4M courses you can have though.
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I thought they would use M in your top 6 as well. Must depend on the school.
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Schulich has a maximum of two 4M courses.
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Stop lying to him,

You can use ANY U OR M courses in your top 6 after the required courses. Some competitive programs and SOME universities only allow limited M courses because generally they are easier

Example. You're applying to York Economics (BA), they'll look at English and Functions then ANY other U/M courses for your top 6
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thats what i thought, Thanks for clarifying
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@blackjack wrote
no.. I'm pretty sure most look at your top six 4U/4M courses. Some universities have restrictions on how many 4M courses you can have though.



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