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Laurier English Proficiency

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When is the last day for which Laurier must receive my transcript?
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http://www.wlu.ca/page.php?grp_id=2256&p=9595
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@g93 wrote
http://www.wlu.ca/page.php?grp_id=2256&p=9595




if you have time to find me the link, then why don't you have time to just find the date
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@JoeSmith wrote

@g93 wrote
http://www.wlu.ca/page.php?grp_id=2256&p=9595




if you have time to find me the link, then why don't you have time to just find the date


Thank-you would've been nice.

If you must know, there was someone on here who had seen documents requested on Loric from Laurier, and was wondering if others aid that. Mine didn't but I found that link on the site. When you had a similar problem, I hopped over to the Laurier BBA thread, copied the link and pasted it here. That is the only reason I have the link. I have lived in Canada all of my life, and have never even looked at English proficiency stuff.If you just want people do do things for you all your life, then you are not going to get far. And you could've used the search button to find this link.
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Is Laurier the only one that requires a proof of Eng proficiency (like a school transcript showing you've taken eng) even if you have been in a Canadian school system for more than 4 yrs??

From my research I noticed all the other universities I applied to only asks Students with less than 3 yrs of Eng courses to take the Test & send documentations.
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That's a mistake. I've never lived outside of English-speaking Canada and I was not asked to prove my English proficiency.
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@saber33 wrote
That's a mistake. I've never lived outside of English-speaking Canada and I was not asked to prove my English proficiency.



Yeah I understand ... but in my case English is NOT my first language; however, I took 3 yrs of Canadian Elementary school & did great on all my gr 9 - 11 english U courses. (taking ENG12U right now)
"Applicants whose first language is other than English will be requested to submit acceptable evidence of English proficiency to the Undergraduate Admissions Office."

I had to look for this myself, they never sent me any emails/warnings regarding I was missing such an document........ Now I feel so unsure about all the programs I applied to..hah.
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