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This summer, I'll be taking Data Management in TDSB summer school and Advanced Functions in a (ministry accredited) private summer school. I'm very poor at math and it's insanely hard for me to focus on math during day-school.

My question is: Which universities are more lenient/accepting of students who take summer school courses?

I know that it's usually 1% top-six average deduction, but where can I find more information on specific school/program acceptance policies?
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It doesn't matter wheather you do summer school ,virtual,night school - all marks are seen the same as regular school.
If you are repeating a course , the highest mark is taken except Waterloo Engineering where they deduct 1%.

All infos are in the respective university sites.

Good Luck
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@aquarius wrote
It doesn't matter wheather you do summer school ,virtual,night school - all marks are seen the same as regular school.
If you are repeating a course , the highest mark is taken except Waterloo Engineering where they deduct 1%.

All infos are in the respective university sites.

Good Luck



I just called Western and they said that they're totally fine with summer/private school courses, as long as they are ministry accredited. I've been on all the websites but they don't specify how much they deduct or even if they take a course taken aside from day-school. I spoke with some alumni that got into programs which I want to get into and generally they do not know of anyone in their program who have taken summer/private school... this worries me a lot!
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