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EASIEST GPA WHICH SCIENCE SCHOOL ?

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Hi Guys,

Among these 5 schools which school is the easiest to get good GPA ?

1. Guelph-Biomed
2. Dalhousie- Science
3. Western -Biomed
4. Ottawa -Biomed
5. Waterloo -Lifescience

THANKS IN ADVANCE !!
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You know, the kind of person who is most interested in the 'easiest place for a GPA' is also probably not the kind of person who is going to be cut out for med school. You think you can hide this but be assured, it's going to show up big time.
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@Academentia wrote
You know, the kind of person who is most interested in the 'easiest place for a GPA' is also probably not the kind of person who is going to be cut out for med school. You think you can hide this but be assured, it's going to show up big time.



Why would you make an assumption just by reading the above post that the question has everything to do with medical school? Do you think everybody that goes into Science is only thinking about med school.

Maybe you should google and see what else a Biomedical major student might want to with their degree besides just going to medical school.......and BTW aren't you the same person that made assumptions in the "rich relative story".

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@aquarius wrote

@Academentia wrote
You know, the kind of person who is most interested in the 'easiest place for a GPA' is also probably not the kind of person who is going to be cut out for med school. You think you can hide this but be assured, it's going to show up big time.



Why would you make an assumption just by reading the above post that the question has everything to do with medical school? Do you think everybody that goes into Science is only thinking about med school.

Maybe you should google and see what else a Biomedical major student might want to with their degree besides just going to medical school.......and BTW aren't you the same person that made assumptions in the "rich relative story".





What the OP said. It's not all about Medicine. Do what you want to do!

However, the second poster does have a good point for all other pre-medical students. Sure, Slack your way through your undergrad, and get that 4.0 at an "easy" school. Good luck in first year Med school, if you should get in.
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Getting a 4.0 may be easy for some people , but getting into medical school in Canada it's another story. You need to have a decent score on your MCAT to even be considered for the interview and then you need ace that too. So I cannot see for the life of me anyone failing 1st year medicine unless there was a good reason BUT definately it won't have anything to do with "going" to an easy school in the first place.


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@Respects wrote
Hi Guys,

Among these 5 schools which school is the easiest to get good GPA ?

1. Guelph-Biomed
2. Dalhousie- Science
3. Western -Biomed
4. Ottawa -Biomed
5. Waterloo -Lifescience

THANKS IN ADVANCE !!



Ill answer the question. Probably in this order from easier to harder.

Guelph,Western,Ottawa,Dalhousie,Waterloo [/quote]


Very interesting...your ranking. Based on what I have read from this forum , I would have thought it would be Waterloo,Dalhousie,Guelph, Ottawa and Western with the assumption the effort you put in is the same in all schools. Got the impression when I visited Western that it isn't going to be easy there.

Could you care to elaborate on your ranking...any insight is appreciated !Thanks
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Choosing a school or even looking at them with your proposed question is probably the wrong way to go about selecting a school for next year. Your GPA won't come from where you went to school, but the effort and your curiosity in your studies. More often than not, you do well at something you enjoy oppose to getting easier tests from a particular school. You don't want to be miserable during your undergraduate studies either. Hating what you, where you go to school, where you live, the people around you JUST for that high GPA isn't worth it. All those negatives will just have a negative impact on everything else about you as a person. You need to consider going to university as a place to do more than just studying for a high GPA. If you TRULY can achieve a high GPA, you should be able to do so at any school you choose. What you might want to consider though is the grading system of the schools and how they translate into the 4.0 scale, which is probably important if you're looking at professional school.
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I have 1 words for a person want to go an easy school to get "BIRD" marks.
...CHICKEN...
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@particle wrote
Choosing a school or even looking at them with your proposed question is probably the wrong way to go about selecting a school for next year. Your GPA won't come from where you went to school, but the effort and your curiosity in your studies. More often than not, you do well at something you enjoy oppose to getting easier tests from a particular school. You don't want to be miserable during your undergraduate studies either. Hating what you, where you go to school, where you live, the people around you JUST for that high GPA isn't worth it. All those negatives will just have a negative impact on everything else about you as a person. You need to consider going to university as a place to do more than just studying for a high GPA. If you TRULY can achieve a high GPA, you should be able to do so at any school you choose. What you might want to consider though is the grading system of the schools and how they translate into the 4.0 scale, which is probably important if you're looking at professional school.




absolutely agree with you .....but what do you do if you like all 5 schools equally ; no one school stands out more than the other (atleast in my opinion) and you can see yourself in all 5 then what criteria would you use to decide where to go .
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People are retarded, it's called being smart by taking strategic courses/universities if you need to go to a grad program.

And none of the universities listed give marks you don't deserve, there is nothing wrong with going to a slightly easier university to get good marks.
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People are retarded, it's called being smart by taking strategic courses/universities if you need to go to a grad program.

And none of the universities listed give marks you don't deserve, there is nothing wrong with going to a slightly easier university to get good marks.
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