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I need help with my course choices! (☞゚ヮ゚)☞

A photo of RedMittenDoc RedMittenDoc
K well my pc ate my post so imma rewrite this in short form.

(I plan on applying to a life or health or biomed program at hopefuly at Mcgill, Mcmaster, Queens, Ottawa or Western [not in any order])

I'm bad at french - I'll get a 85 max this and next year maybe not even that more likely 83 - my other marks will be mid 90s- low 90s - should I drop it next year - will this affect me in a good or bad way - does only my total average or top 6 average matter to my university applications - does being bilingual with an immersion certificate out way a low mark on my application - which universities look at ALL my marks and which only my top 6 grade 11 AND/OR 12 mark or are they calculated the same - whats another easy academic u bird course besides Exercise Science (that one sounds fun!) for grade 12 if I have another space in my table.

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Thanks for reading this guys and gals (☞゚ヮ゚)☞ !
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A photo of gassergasser gassergasser
Universities only look at your top six U/M courses and ONLY your top six (Note: Pre-reqs are included in this)

For early acceptances they usually look at three 12 U/M courses, and the top three grade 11 ones. I don't think having an immersion certificate will matter (Unless you apply to french/french education programs)

As fot an easy U course, I suggest you take history(If you like that kind of stuff), business management(I'm getting 100 in that class right now), earth and space sciences etc....
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Depends... which teacher at your school is an easy marker :P
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