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Engineering Science?

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I'm a grade 12 student and my grades are as follows:

Semester 1:
Chemistry 12: 92
Physics 12: 94
Functions 12: 92
English 12: 96
(I have yet to write exams but i believe my grades will be around here)

Semester 2:
Biology 12. Calculus 12, Data Management 12: Probably all high 80s or low 90s

I've applied to engineering science at Queens university and Mac Masters university.
What are my chances of getting in? Can anyone comment on how rigorous the program is?
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Sorry, but I don't think those programs exist...
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@jelly wrote
Sorry, but I don't think those programs exist...



LOL. I think jelly's right, there's no strict "engineering science" program at either of those universities. There's general science at both universities and there's engineering at both... but I'm not familiar with an engineering science.

However, you're a shoo-in to get into engineering and science at both universities.
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Queen's just lists a few branches of engineering as engineering science streams (Engineering Chemistry, Geological Engineering, Engineering Physics, and Mathematics and Engineering). McMaster just offers Engineering Physics, so the OP referring to it as Engineering Science is pretty weird.
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