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possibility for waterloo chemical engineering

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i know no one knows it for sure, but i don't have enough info for waterloo and thought u guys might know

my mark dropped to 83.8 because of diploma, do i have a chance?

For ut, i could easily find average admission for last 3years, but for waterloo i don't know where it is... so


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head of admissions told me chemical engineering was usually around the 90 for cutoff, what do you mean by diploma?
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@plaidboy wrote
head of admissions told me chemical engineering was usually around the 90 for cutoff, what do you mean by diploma?



Does that mean you must have a 90 average in order to even be considered, or can you still be accepted if your average is below that?
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If you have a strong AIF, it would help you a lot. A 90 cutoff sounds a little high though; maybe they meant that the last year's entering average was 90? :S
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I don't believe that the cutoff is 90...chemical is supposed to be one of the "easier" disciplines at Waterloo, and Waterloo's overall admission average for engineering is 89 on the dot, so I don't see how chemical engineering's cutoff (or even admission average) is above it. I'm pretty sure only tron/syde/nano have cutoffs and admission averages that high..
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@maelong wrote
i know no one knows it for sure, but i don't have enough info for waterloo and thought u guys might know

my mark dropped to 83.8 because of diploma, do i have a chance?

For ut, i could easily find average admission for last 3years, but for waterloo i don't know where it is... so






Can u tell me where u did you find the uoft admission averages for the last 3 years ?
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@plaidboy wrote
head of admissions told me chemical engineering was usually around the 90 for cutoff, what do you mean by diploma?




we have to take a provincial test for each subjects that worth 50%
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http://www.engineering.utoronto.ca/Assets/AppSci+Digital+Assets/pdf/faculty+council+minutes/Admissions+Cycle+2011+%28Report+3318%29.pdf


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@ninetyfour wrote
If you have a strong AIF, it would help you a lot. A 90 cutoff sounds a little high though; maybe they meant that the last year's entering average was 90? :S


do you have 94average?
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@maelong wrote

@ninetyfour wrote
If you have a strong AIF, it would help you a lot. A 90 cutoff sounds a little high though; maybe they meant that the last year's entering average was 90? :S


do you have 94average?



Lol not really, that would be pretty vain of me :P My username was based off my birth year, not my average haha
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I'm pretty sure when he said 90 average, it includes the AIF average increase because chemical engineering is mid-80s instead of high-80s. If you don't have anything great on your AIF, then you probably would need a 90 to get into the program.
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