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How much do Schulich/Ivey care about supplementary?

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Where do Schulich and Ivey stand on the caring about extra information spectrum? If we are to say on one end is McGill that only looks at grades, and Queen's Commerce on the other side that only looks at essays past 87, where do Schlich and Ivey go?

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@Augustus1 wrote
Where do Schulich and Ivey stand on the caring about extra information spectrum? If we are to say on one end is McGill that only looks at grades, and Queen's Commerce on the other side that only looks at essays past 87, where do Schlich and Ivey go?

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Schulich says it's 50/50. However, I think it's more 80/20 for marks. So, if your marks are amazing, but your SAF really sucks, you would be rejected.

I am pretty certain that Ivey cares more about the SAF more than Schulich does, but I don't know to what extent.
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Queen's and Ivey, they really care about it.

Don't take it as a joke. Mid 90s mean nothing if your supplementary sucks
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@Augustus1 wrote
Where do Schulich and Ivey stand on the caring about extra information spectrum? If we are to say on one end is McGill that only looks at grades, and Queen's Commerce on the other side that only looks at essays past 87, where do Schlich and Ivey go?

Thanks



Schulich not so much... 80/20? I know this ESL girl from my year who got in schulich bba with pretty bad supplementary essay (93% average). they may pay more attention to supplementary if you apply for ibba though.
I'd say Ivey is 50/50, but as long as you're 92%+ with decent ECs you'll get in no problem..

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@Augustus1 wrote
Where do Schulich and Ivey stand on the caring about extra information spectrum? If we are to say on one end is McGill that only looks at grades, and Queen's Commerce on the other side that only looks at essays past 87, where do Schlich and Ivey go?

Thanks



Schulich not so much... 80/20? I know this ESL girl from my year who got in schulich bba with pretty bad supplementary essay (93% average). they may pay more attention to supplementary if you apply for ibba though.
I'd say Ivey is 50/50, but as long as you're 92%+ with decent ECs you'll get in no problem..





+1. Schulich BBA is very easy to make as long as you are SOMEWHAT involved and are a bit above the cut off. For Ivey it is a tradeoff. If you are 95%+ I would not worry even with sub-par EC's. However, if you are around an 88% the EC's, Awards, and Essays play a big role.
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