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Hi, this is my first time posting on these forums.

I am currently a Grade 11 student. During my grade 9-10 years, I did not care about school. I took the applied route, and even failed a couple of classes. Now, I have matured and have greater ambitions (business school, rotman, ryerson)

This year I stepped up, but, considering I took the applied route my previous years, I am having a slight struggle trying to figure out how I am supposed to get the 4U math/other courses done in time of my graduation.

Currently, I am in.

- G11 Accounting (Uni Prep)
- G10 Applied Math (Have a 97)
- G10 Academic English (80+)
- Phy. Ed


What should I do?

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Take the transition courses you need in order to enroll in U courses in night class/online/summer school.
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@inthemaking wrote
Take the transition courses you need in order to enroll in U courses in night class/online/summer school.



So, I'm in G10 applied math and I want to get into Functions (need G10 academic). Should I take G10 academic this year in summer school, or do I have to also take G9 academic in order to get into G10 academic?

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@Gucci wrote

@inthemaking wrote
Take the transition courses you need in order to enroll in U courses in night class/online/summer school.



So, I'm in G10 applied math and I want to get into Functions (need G10 academic). Should I take G10 academic this year in summer school, or do I have to also take G9 academic in order to get into G10 academic?

:scratch:



no you don't have to take grade 9 academic. there will either be a trasnfer course you can take over the summer, or if you're satisfied you can also take a 3m and then the 4u (i'm pretty sure at least) ask student services
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