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For UBC, does having fewer APPROVED courses put me in a less favorable position ?

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I only have five approved courses. Would the amount of approved courses affect the chance of been accepeted? Would it make me a weaker applicant compared to those who has six or seven approved courses but have a 90% average?

I applied to Arts if this matters, and I have a 91% average.



My ECs are not very good:
- I learned piano for the past two years(weekly)
- I volunteered at a community centre weekly for the past year (weekly)
- I am a general member of a school club for the past few months (weekly)



Do you guys think I will be accepted?
SO NEVEROUS!
P.S.I am from BC if it matters.
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I think you have a good chance, your avg is pretty good!
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No. They just care about the approved courses to make their evaluation of your GPA.
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