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Hey people
I would like to seek your advice on whether or not I should apply for early acceptance.
Here are my marks as of yet:
11 Fuctions- 90
12 Advanced Functions(fast tracked)- 96
11 Physics- 99
11 Chemistry- 91
11 World Religions(M course)- 94
11 English- 87
12 English(summer school)- 90

Here are programs I am planning to apply to:
- U of T Chemical Engineering
- York Atmopheric Science
- Queens engineering chemistry
- McMaster Integrated Biomemdial Engineering and Health Sciences
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You don't apply for early admissions. You just apply and if you're well above the cut off then you might get in before February. You're applying to some competitive programs though and those don't even do early admissions.
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But you have finish your application earlier that’s all
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^ Agreed! In addition to what they mentioned above, early acceptances will generally be based on a mix of your Grade 11 final and Grade 12 first semester marks, while regular acceptances will be based on your Grade 12 first semester final and second semester midterm marks.

Alyssa Vidal
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Ok thanks!
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No problem! :)
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A lot of the programs you listed don't typically give out offers before February, so it might be worthwhile to wait and improve your AIF. The bulk of these admissions come in May after midterms or in late Feb/March (which they define as early for that program).
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You don't apply for early acceptance, you just complete your applications before the deadline. Your marks are promising for everything there but IBEHS is a tough one to get into

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