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Take all three sciences?

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They probably won't be required for admission but you will mostly likely be required to take a physics course in order to graduate. If you take gr 12 physics most of it will be a review.
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They probably won't be required for admission but you will mostly likely be required to take a physics course in order to graduate. If you take gr 12 physics most of it will be a review.
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I'm on the same boat!
I read the McMaster LifeSci viewbook and I saw that students who didn't take physics in grade 12 will take an intro to physics course.
So, because of that, I've decided to take Grade 12 physics next year!
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do it.
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If you're good in math and the sciences, I say take all three. It will prepare you for how difficult university is.
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If you plan on applying to pharmacy school, I suggest in taking all three sciences.
Some pharmacy schools such as Leslie Dan faculty of UofT, require you to take a physics course, either at the high school level or the university level.
They do not look at your high school physics mark, they just want a completed credit.
I took all sciences and all maths, just to keep some doors open.
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