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List all grade 12 courses, regardless of when you took them. For courses you are taking second semester, put NA for the grade and put your last day of school as the completion date. Grades in the SPF only provide context. Your official transcripts are what matter.

Good luck.
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List all grade 12 courses, regardless of when you took them. For courses you are taking second semester, put NA for the grade and put your last day of school as the completion date. Grades in the SPF only provide context. Your official transcripts are what matter.

Good luck.
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@plato wrote
List all grade 12 courses, regardless of when you took them. For courses you are taking second semester, put NA for the grade and put your last day of school as the completion date. Grades in the SPF only provide context. Your official transcripts are what matter.

Good luck.


Yeah, the transcripts will be sent in so don't worry about being right on the dot. As for Sem 2 grades, put N/A.

Do you guys know what the cut off is for Track One? I know it is competitive but what is it around? After all, only 150 people will be enrolled.
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@enaverma wrote

@plato wrote
List all grade 12 courses, regardless of when you took them. For courses you are taking second semester, put NA for the grade and put your last day of school as the completion date. Grades in the SPF only provide context. Your official transcripts are what matter.

Good luck.


Yeah, the transcripts will be sent in so don't worry about being right on the dot. As for Sem 2 grades, put N/A.

Do you guys know what the cut off is for Track One? I know it is competitive but what is it around? After all, only 150 people will be enrolled.


I heard it's around 88-89 ish? So 90+ should be safe. I'm just going off what people were writing on this forum last year.
Edit: I applied to trackone too, so let's hope I'm right :P
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