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Richard Ivey vs. Queens Commerce - CRAZY STATISTICS

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was looking on the cudo website and came across this:

Business and Commerce - Queens

Percent who received an entering average of 95% and above
14.8%
Percent who received an entering average between 90% and 94%
56.4%
Percent who received an entering average between 85% and 89%
27.5%
Percent who received an entering average between 80% and 84%
1.3%
Percent who received an entering average between 75% and 79%
0.0%
Percent who received an entering average between 70% and 74%
0.0%
Percent who received an entering average below 70%
0.0%
Overall average
91.2%
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Business & Commerce - Western

Percent who received an entering average of 95%+
1.7%
Percent who received an entering average between 90% and 94%
22.8%
Percent who received an entering average between 85% and 89%
41.7%
Percent who received an entering average between 80% and 84%
33.2%
Percent who received an entering average between 75% and 79%
0.7%
Percent who received an entering average between 70% and 74%
Percent who received an entering average below 70%
Overall average
86.4%

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why is it that queens has such a higher grade average especially in the 95+ section

link: http://www.cou.on.ca/statistics/cudo.aspx
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Richard Ivey is separate from the University of Western Ontario. These are the stats for the BMOS program. Ivey does not participate in CUDO because those statistics are derived only from OUAC. Ivey applications are not processed through OUAC.
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oh ok stupid fck. thats for bmos, they dont have data for ivey, and those applying to ivey apply to social science, bmos, etc.
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Hm yeah that's very odd. My reasoning would be that Ivey goes by the 50-50 system for acceptance. 50% grades, 50% EC's...makes sense because they want business leaders.

I don't think Queen's emphasizes EC's as much as Ivey (still take it into consideration though obviously).

And that doesn't specifically say Ivey; so it could very well be their BMOS program?
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ya but i'd say a good chuck of ivey students do BMOS for their first 2 years
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So 3/3 say it's for their BMOS degree....there ya go lol
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What this does prove though, is that BMOS is actually more challenging, and (perhaps) more reputable than often perceived. In fact, the overall average for BMOS is higher than Laurier's Business program entering average.

So for those that are scared of the 2 + 2 program, if you are entering BMOS, it isn't like you are throwing away your first two years, which is often misunderstood.
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lol u have no idea how useless a bmos degree is.
but feel free to enroll in it
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@kdesjardins wrote
What this does prove though, is that BMOS is actually more challenging, and (perhaps) more reputable than often perceived. In fact, the overall average for BMOS is higher than Laurier's Business program entering average.

So for those that are scared of the 2 + 2 program, if you are entering BMOS, it isn't like you are throwing away your first two years, which is often misunderstood.


Yes but you must consider the number of those students who were granted AEO Status - they bring the average up a lot. Therefore Laurier's would likely be higher if you removed the people expecting to attend Ivey for 3rd and 4th year.
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@Username81 wrote

@kdesjardins wrote
What this does prove though, is that BMOS is actually more challenging, and (perhaps) more reputable than often perceived. In fact, the overall average for BMOS is higher than Laurier's Business program entering average.

So for those that are scared of the 2 + 2 program, if you are entering BMOS, it isn't like you are throwing away your first two years, which is often misunderstood.


Yes but you must consider the number of those students who were granted AEO Status - they bring the average up a lot. Therefore Laurier's would likely be higher if you removed the people expecting to attend Ivey for 3rd and 4th year.


Very true, though still doesn't stay away from the point that BMOS isn't just for "dumb people".

lol u have no idea how useless a bmos degree is.
but feel free to enroll in it


Maybe, but talk to any MBA/ J.D. grad and they will probably tell you how useless it was to attend an expensive undergraduate business program. BMOS does have a purpose.
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No BMOS is definitely not for dumb people - it's still decent. But I don't think you can compare it to Laurier. When an employer sees you went to Western but not Ivey...well that doesn't look too good right? Clearly this applicant was not smart enough/does not possess the leadership qualities required. <<<Personal opinion but I think most would agree Laurier>BMOS by a fair bit
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