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Multiple language courses for admission average?

A photo of JuicyLemon514 JuicyLemon514
Hi everyone,

I'm a student studying in B.C

I was wondering if anyone knows if universities can take multiple language courses for calculating admission averages?

A few of my top marks are all language courses (French, and Mandarin)
So I was wondering if universities (particularly McGill) use the two other language courses with English for the top five average.

Thank you very much!
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A photo of cyynthiia cyynthiia
What faculty are you applying to?
For Sciences, there's usually 1 or 2 spots left in your top 5 where you can use any course that's provincially examinable.
Same thing with business, I think the only pre-requisite is English and Math.
Definitely can for Arts, the only requirement is English.
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A photo of JuicyLemon514 JuicyLemon514

@cyynthiia wrote
What faculty are you applying to?
For Sciences, there's usually 1 or 2 spots left in your top 5 where you can use any course that's provincially examinable.
Same thing with business, I think the only pre-requisite is English and Math.
Definitely can for Arts, the only requirement is English.



Thanks for the reply!

I'm applying to business : )
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A photo of cyynthiia cyynthiia
Yeah so business only requires Math and English
so you have 3 other subjects that you can choose
and as long as 2/3 are provincially examinable, they're good to go.. so you can use both Mando and French.
:bball:
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