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Waterloo AIF Questions

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Hello !

I'm having some troubles with my waterloo AIF application. For the courses tab it says to put in all grade 12 level courses that will be completed by june 2012. It also says to include your final mark in those courses otherwise put IP if your still taking it.

My 1st semester is
Biology
Physics
Chemistry
English

While my 2nd semester is
Math
Calculus
History

Now what confuses me is that I dont have a final mark for any of those courses. Do I leave the 2nd semester courses all blank and have all IP for the 1st semester? Or do I input my midterm marks into my 1st semester. It doesn't feel right to just leave everything blank thus the confusion...

Thanks in advance
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A photo of Sapper1815 Sapper1815
Just put whatever marks you have at present. The official decisions will be made with your marks reported by the school anyways.
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A photo of martinmathers martinmathers
they want final marks on the AIF so if you dont have them just put IP. as mentioned above they only look at the marks sent directly from your school anyways.
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@martinmathers wrote
they want final marks on the AIF so if you dont have them just put IP. as mentioned above they only look at the marks sent directly from your school anyways.



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A photo of stylo stylo
Thank you for all the answers!
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What did you put for level?
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It depends on where do you come from. If you're Ontario students, put 4U for your level. You can see it if you look at your course code
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