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Hi, I'm in grade 12 and I've started applying to universities.
I just realized I want to go to McMaster University for their Health Science program but I have no non-science, non-math grade 12 course. Is there any other way that I can get into a course now? My school is not semester but term.
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You literally have no non-science, non-math grade 12 course aside from English? No second language/philosophy/history/art/whatever? Unfortunately if that's the case, you won't be able to apply unless you can sign up for a course for next semester (Feb-June).
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Night-school, summer school, or an online course might be additional options.
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Yeah I think an online course is the only option for me right now.
My grade 12 courses are
Physics
Chemistry
English
Biology
Cooking
Planning
AP Calculus
Math

so... not much choice there I guess..
thanks for the reply!
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Cooking/planning is math or science?
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Some people postulate that the universe is mathematical in nature, thus everything has the potential to be math. And naturally any subject may be approached scientifically.

But I suspect the OP is worried because those two courses are likely not U or M level courses, and thus may not fulfill McMaster's particular requirements.
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Lol. Just do an easy humanities/social science course online.
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I'm not sure if cooking and planning count as an academic course.. ><
My course load is already pretty heavy for me and I'm just worried about my other marks if I take another course online.
Does anyone know if I can take Korean 12 online in British Columbia?
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@paramecium wrote
Cooking/planning is math or science?


It's probably not university level, or whatever the equivalent is in BC
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