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Mid-term marks/acceptances

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Hey there guys, just wondering about mid term marks for post secondary before it gets entered in the computer for acceptances. I was just wondering about possible situations that can happen around this time. Let say a student is about to get his/her mid term marks for example : 77,78,75. Still having time to raise it up, but is entered and ready for university's to give out the final rounds of acceptances. Let say a decent university requiring a mid 80 average but if the student ends up with above 80's+ after final examination would he/she still get the acceptance?... even though the due date is june 2nd for final acceptances
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I think this depends on the universities one applies to...Contact the universities and ask.
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You mean getting accepted based on marks after midterms? I believe most universities dont do that.
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@andrewk512 wrote
You mean getting accepted based on marks after midterms? I believe most universities dont do that.



lmao so that means even if a student with a 78 average doesn't get accepted after mid terms and keeps raising their mark up after final exams and gets it up to high 80's or low 90's the mark can still be used again for the following year applying once again?
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@andrewk512 wrote
You mean getting accepted based on marks after midterms? I believe most universities dont do that.



lmao so that means even if a student with a 78 average doesn't get accepted after mid terms and keeps raising their mark up after final exams and gets it up to high 80's or low 90's the mark can still be used again for the following year applying once again?
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A photo of VegaKrazmych VegaKrazmych
No, if you wait a year, you can use your final marks.
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