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So the course I have decided to take are

English
Advanced Functions
Calculus
Chemistry
Physics
Biology

It says they check only one of the math courses but if I wish to take both can they be counted om my top 6 or do I need to take another course to make it count as top 6. I
think the same goes for chemistry and physics.

Thanks
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@mikemeyers21 wrote
So the course I have decided to take are

English
Advanced Functions
Calculus
Chemistry
Physics
Biology

It says they check only one of the math courses but if I wish to take both can they be counted om my top 6 or do I need to take another course to make it count as top 6. I
think the same goes for chemistry and physics.

Thanks




Yes and yes. Since you only have 6 courses, those will be your top 6.

McMaster says they only look at one in case you have other marks that are higher. So as long as you meet the pre-requisites that they require (ENG4U, SBI4U, one math and something) then you're fine to use whatever your other courses are for top 6.
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@mikemeyers21 wrote
So the course I have decided to take are

English
Advanced Functions
Calculus
Chemistry
Physics
Biology

It says they check only one of the math courses but if I wish to take both can they be counted om my top 6 or do I need to take another course to make it count as top 6. I
think the same goes for chemistry and physics.

Thanks




They will take whichever math mark is highest.

HOWEVER, one of the requirements is that you have one non-math; non-science; non-technology 4U/M credit. All of your courses (other than English) are maths and sciences. So, you need to take one more course that isn't a math, science or tech course.
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