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I have 7 courses for Grade 12, failing one of them.

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I have 6 courses for grade 12 (3 in first semester, 3 in second semester) as well as a grade 12 credit from taking piano classes (can this credit be used in top 6 too?). I'm doing absolutely terribly in grade 12 accounting BAT4M. I think I'll be getting like a mid 50s mark once first semester report cards come in. Assuming I do well in all of my other courses (my other first semester courses are fine), and I use my music credit as one of my top 6 (so basically the accounting course isn't in top 6), will I be okay? I signed up for virtual school for this course anyways, but in case I don't get a spot in virtual school, will universities reject me because of this super low mark?

I want to go to Ryerson for business (Business Management preferred; I also applied to Business Technology Management and Retail Management).
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If it's not in your top 6, then you're fine.
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@S41nTsBuRY wrote
as well as a grade 12 credit from taking piano classes (can this credit be used in top 6 too?).



What's the course-code?
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@Joshki wrote

@S41nTsBuRY wrote
as well as a grade 12 credit from taking piano classes (can this credit be used in top 6 too?).



What's the course-code?



The course code is AMX4M1.
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That should be fine. Only one 'M' course can be used in your top 6, by the way.
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@cookietiara wrote
That should be fine. Only one 'M' course can be used in your top 6, by the way.



Are you sure? Ryerson's website just says you need 6 U or M courses. I'm screwed if I can only use 1 M course........
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@cookietiara wrote
That should be fine. Only one 'M' course can be used in your top 6, by the way.



I think the number of M courses that most universities accept is no more than 2. not sure about ryerson
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Well, the Ryerson website just says 6 U or M courses, so I guess I'm good right? The website doesn't mention anything about having a maximum number of M courses.
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when i applied last year to a number of schools, the most i saw was M courses being restricted to 2.

never, ever heard of 1.
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The guidance counsellors at my school said 1 M course was the limit.
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@cookietiara wrote
The guidance counsellors at my school said 1 M course was the limit.



That is incorrect. Most universities does say 6U or M courses. Some have pre req's .eg if it's Science then it's obviously you are going to need U courses and the last 2 out of the 6 required can be M courses. But in your case if there is no pre req other than English , you can use all M courses.

If in doubt , call the University admission department.
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@S41nTsBuRY wrote
Well, the Ryerson website just says 6 U or M courses, so I guess I'm good right? The website doesn't mention anything about having a maximum number of M courses.




It's only the competitive programs that restrict it to 2 M courses.

I emailed one admissions person and he said there's no limit.

I highly doubt Ryerson will put a limit on M courses...I think it's mostly just like Mac Health Sciences or something.

If it doesn't say "2 M courses max" then you're good.
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