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wanna study acturial science at UofT

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Hi, I'm thinking about being an actuary in the future and I want to go to U of T.

First, should I major in actuarial science or statistics? What are the differences?

Second, I'm in BC high school grade 12 right now which means that I will graduate next year. What do you think the average cut off will be like? Will it be 95 percent cuz I've heard that the cut off lines these years are super high.

Also, If I have a principle of math 12 and calculus AP, will they look at both or just one of them?

Thank u very much =)
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@Skytruelove wrote
Hi, I'm thinking about being an actuary in the future and I want to go to U of T.

First, should I major in actuarial science or statistics? What are the differences?

Second, I'm in BC high school grade 12 right now which means that I will graduate next year. What do you think the average cut off will be like? Will it be 95 percent cuz I've heard that the cut off lines these years are super high.

Also, If I have a principle of math 12 and calculus AP, will they look at both or just one of them?

Thank u very much =)



I never knew they had an actuarial science program at UoFT...you should look into the one at waterloo.
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@Viking21 wrote

@Skytruelove wrote
Hi, I'm thinking about being an actuary in the future and I want to go to U of T.

First, should I major in actuarial science or statistics? What are the differences?

Second, I'm in BC high school grade 12 right now which means that I will graduate next year. What do you think the average cut off will be like? Will it be 95 percent cuz I've heard that the cut off lines these years are super high.

Also, If I have a principle of math 12 and calculus AP, will they look at both or just one of them?

Thank u very much =)



I never knew they had an actuarial science program at UoFT...you should look into the one at waterloo.



I'm pretty sure they have an actuarial science program at UofT.
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U of T does but its inferior to waterloo's. Employers love experiance and uoft doesnt give u that...
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