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Is it enough to be accepted to University of Toronto or Queen's University with a 84.5% average?

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I am currently in grade 11, and want to attend Queen's University or University of Toronto engineering. Is it enough to be accepted to this program with a 84.5% average? I currently have..

Math-94%
English-73%
Physics-84%
Chemistry-85%
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Probably to Queen's and maybe to U of T depending on which type of engineering you applied to!
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I was thinking Electrical or Computer Engineering. How about Waterloo? I heard they are brutal for 1st year ECE program...
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Once your in Waterloo your pretty much golden if you try your best. First year does have a very heavy course load where it's almost on average 7-8 hours of class a day and that not counting studying. My friend had a an average of 93% going in but now he has around a 2.8 GPA (which is around a 71 % I believe)but this fluctuation varies from person to person.He told me Waterloo bell curves A LOT since their examinations are mostly applied and none of which is just regurgitation. Pick what you feel is right and don't just look at the reputation as a standard for your choice because after all, you are going to spend your next 4-5 years there
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