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Hey guys!.:cheese:

So I am a non- Canadian native, I got 1A*,5As and 4Bs in my O levels and I am going to give my As level exams this May in Law, Economics and Accounts. I am a fairly good student my expected grades (hopefully) are AAB, and I was wondering based on my O level grades and expected As grades would I have chances to get in to a top tier Canadian university like Mc Gill, U of T, UBC, Waterloo etc?.

Furthermore does anyone know how the Canadian Law differs from English law?. Since I am inclined towards persuing law :D.

Also, would I need a 4th As subject?. Because this is a requirement in Uk.

Thanks!.

Cheers
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@KarachiLover wrote
Hey guys!.:cheese:

So I am a non- Canadian native, I got 1A*,5As and 4Bs in my O levels and I am going to give my As level exams this May in Law, Economics and Accounts. I am a fairly good student my expected grades (hopefully) are AAB, and I was wondering based on my O level grades and expected As grades would I have chances to get in to a top tier Canadian university like Mc Gill, U of T, UBC, Waterloo etc?.

Furthermore does anyone know how the Canadian Law differs from English law?. Since I am inclined towards persuing law :D.

Also, would I need a 4th As subject?. Because this is a requirement in Uk.

Thanks!.

Cheers



You don't need a fourth subject (unless your 3 A Level subjects are not at academic level) and your marks are pretty good and should be able to get in to all of the universities you mentioned. Your 3 A level marks and and 5 O level marks will be used to calculate your average.

I know the Canadian law is different from UKs LLB but not sure how different. My uncle has an LLB and I know he couldn't practise here but doing well in UK.

Good Luck!
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