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My chances of being accepted?

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I go to high school in BC and i want to apply to Queens Sciences in Ontario. My average is 91%. I dont have any volunteer EC, just sports :(

and also, in the application, it says highest level achieved, idk which one to pick, 12 or senior? i was gonna put 12, but there is 13 too?
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I don't think there is a supplemental for Queens science, I'm in the same situation as you, except for the no ECs part.
I was just looking it up, pretty sure there's no supplemental, so you should be okay.
Just put 12.... grade 13 is not something to be proud of... lol
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We had to put 11 for OUAC I think. Because that's the highest we actually "achieved". Grade 12 isn't achieved yet. This should be confirmed though.
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@cyynthiia wrote
I don't think there is a supplemental for Queens science, I'm in the same situation as you, except for the no ECs part.
I was just looking it up, pretty sure there's no supplemental, so you should be okay.
Just put 12.... grade 13 is not something to be proud of... lol


everyone works at their own pace, you are in no position to say whats to be proud of or not in someone else's life. people with your mindset truly make me laugh!
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there is no supplemental? but they charge the regular 125$ application fee plus 85$ for Supplementary Fee?
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@q6174 wrote
there is no supplemental? but they charge the regular 125$ application fee plus 85$ for Supplementary Fee?



The Queens PSE is the supplementary, its fairly short but it still makes a crucial difference in terms of acceptance.

My advice, as long as you have awards, and can fill the five activites with good ones (sports should be fine, and if you have something outside of school use that as well), you should have a competitive application.
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