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My current marks are:

Bio - 86
Chem - 81
French -91

Average 86% (Might go up to about 87% by end of semester). Mac admission says high 80s but their enrolment is 800+, if I got in the 86-87 range would I be able to make it?

Also I didn't take Calculus this year but I noticed Life Science at U of Toronto (Mississauga) doesn't need it but University of Toronto St George does? I'm confused because I thought it was the same course with the same classes in both...
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I can't speak for McMaster, but your chancs for Life Sci there I think are all right. For Health Sci, it's definitely a bit low. Does McMaster not require grade 12 calc?

To get accepted to UTSG you will need calculus. This means you can only get accepted to, and are allowed enroll in the programs (specialists/majors/minors) from the Mississauga campus. You will still graduate with a UT degree and can take some elective courses from the St George campus, but you won't have priorities to get into them during course registrations.
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@Numberwang wrote
I can't speak for McMaster, but your chancs for Life Sci there I think are all right. For Health Sci, it's definitely a bit low. Does McMaster not require grade 12 calc?

To get accepted to UTSG you will need calculus. This means you can only get accepted to, and are allowed enroll in the programs (specialists/majors/minors) from the Mississauga campus. You will still graduate with a UT degree and can take some elective courses from the St George campus, but you won't have priorities to get into them during course registrations.



1 4U Math for Health Sci, and MHF4U is required for Life Science, and Calculus is recommended!
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