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Hey everyone!

It's getting down to that grind in school at the moment where I need to go pedal to medal and pick up those ninety's!I have like high 70's to low 80's. I am going to pick it up after mid terms. No more going out or anything. I figure I can go up with all 90's in the second half of this semester right?

In other words I have narrowed down my choices to where I want to go to school. I was wondering what you guys all think.

Queens BA in Economics
Mcmaster BComm
Carelton BBA, IBA
UTM BBA
John Molson School of Business( Concordia)BBA or Bcomm

What is the best choice in your opinion and why?
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@Nitrous wrote
Hey everyone!

It's getting down to that grind in school at the moment where I need to go pedal to medal and pick up those ninety's!I have like high 70's to low 80's. I am going to pick it up after mid terms. No more going out or anything. I figure I can go up with all 90's in the second half of this semester right?

In other words I have narrowed down my choices to where I want to go to school. I was wondering what you guys all think.

Queens BA in Economics
Mcmaster BComm
Carelton BBA, IBA
UTM BBA
John Molson School of Business( Concordia)BBA or Bcomm

What is the best choice in your opinion and why?




If you pick up your average to mid-80s...u'll have a better selection of schools.

Out of the ones you listed. Mcmaster and UTM stand out. Pretty sure carelton has co-op so thats a plus. With your marks i think BBA at brock can be an option. Mcmaster grade range this year is mid 80s.
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I'd probably go with UTM's BBA
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@Viking21 wrote

@Nitrous wrote
Hey everyone!

It's getting down to that grind in school at the moment where I need to go pedal to medal and pick up those ninety's!I have like high 70's to low 80's. I am going to pick it up after mid terms. No more going out or anything. I figure I can go up with all 90's in the second half of this semester right?

In other words I have narrowed down my choices to where I want to go to school. I was wondering what you guys all think.

Queens BA in Economics
Mcmaster BComm
Carelton BBA, IBA
UTM BBA
John Molson School of Business( Concordia)BBA or Bcomm

What is the best choice in your opinion and why?




If you pick up your average to mid-80s...u'll have a better selection of schools.

Out of the ones you listed. Mcmaster and UTM stand out. Pretty sure carelton has co-op so thats a plus. With your marks i think BBA at brock can be an option. Mcmaster grade range this year is mid 80s.



Where did you hear that the grade range this year for McMaster Commerce is mid 80s?
@Nitrous, why did you choose UTM BBA as opposed to UTM commerce?
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Mcmaster is still low 80's! It says on the website and I e-mailed one of there members of administration.

Does anyone know anything about Queen's and it's BA program in Economics? I hear it's a good program.
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@Nitrous wrote
Mcmaster is still low 80's! It says on the website and I e-mailed one of there members of administration.

Does anyone know anything about Queen's and it's BA program in Economics? I hear it's a good program.



its low to mid 80s...sorry about that

http://www.electronicinfo.ca/en/program-details.php?pcode=205745_190200_135_572762&comp_id=t1
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