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Low math mark-suggestions anyone?

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Currently my marks are 85%-90% except for functions and I understand that this is a vital requirement into most business programs. Does anyone know any good programs that you can recommend to me that does not require math? Or if so, a lower mark?
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@AudrisH wrote
Currently my marks are 85%-90% except for functions and I understand that this is a vital requirement into most business programs. Does anyone know any good programs that you can recommend to me that does not require math? Or if so, a lower mark?



that's a very broad question...

What tier business school are you looking for/what type of business area do you want to study/what kind of courses are pulling your mark down? (adv. function? calc? data?)
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private/ summer school if not going to UT/LOO
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Your math marks are fine for most business schools ( maybe not Waterloo). My math marks were within that range, and I still got into all the business schools I applied to. Don't stress out too much! Good luck on the application process:)

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@mundane12321 wrote

@AudrisH wrote
Currently my marks are 85%-90% except for functions and I understand that this is a vital requirement into most business programs. Does anyone know any good programs that you can recommend to me that does not require math? Or if so, a lower mark?



that's a very broad question...

What tier business school are you looking for/what type of business area do you want to study/what kind of courses are pulling your mark down? (adv. function? calc? data?)



I'm looking at around management/human resources and currently advanced functions is dragging my entire average down. Please help!
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@AudrisH wrote

@mundane12321 wrote

@AudrisH wrote
Currently my marks are 85%-90% except for functions and I understand that this is a vital requirement into most business programs. Does anyone know any good programs that you can recommend to me that does not require math? Or if so, a lower mark?



that's a very broad question...

What tier business school are you looking for/what type of business area do you want to study/what kind of courses are pulling your mark down? (adv. function? calc? data?)



I'm looking at around management/human resources and currently advanced functions is dragging my entire average down. Please help!



not u of t.
not waterloo (you're not good at math or plan to go into finance/accounting)

management is a very, very, very general area of business. like, anyone can go into management upon studying.. anything. you need to have solid background knowledge in every area of business studies such as marketing, operations, HR, accounting, etc do management. So i'll assume that you're looking into all rounded business schools.

if you can pull up your mark above 90% with good ECs, i'd say go with QC or ivey. both programs require no math (well for ivey depends what you study first two years) schulich might be a good choice too if you're okay with data (stats in first yr)

if your marks are going to be around mid 80s, i'd say laurier BBA. although there is a calculus course and stats course in the 2nd year, it's not as bad as math you would have to take in u of t or waterloo..
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