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What specialization are you adding and why?
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I am :cheers: Just applied today. Wow finally, someone else who's applying.

I applied to biochemistry.
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yeah i applied there!!!
I hope I get in it sounds like a great school!
I applied to chemistry and engineering
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I applied :) To mechanical engineering.
Been there for Waterloo Unlimited last year too. It is a great school, I hope to get accepted.
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hey Paracium your inbox is full -_-
so ill just post my reply here


What do you want to do exactly? In terms of career wise? What business tream are you thinking of specializing in?

I picked non-specialized right now because I am thinking of going into Pharmacy school and so I'd need the greater amount of science electives for the pharmacy pre-requisites.



I'm planning on applying to med school. Your correct, A non-specilization would probably be better in terms of proffesional school since there is more freedom to choose courses. But personally, biochemistry gives me more of a back up plan. Rather than taking a broader set of courses, i like that biochemistry is more focused and once I graduate I can say I have a deep knowledge of the subject.

Yes again, if your very confident about getting into pharmacy school, a non specilization would also be alot easier than biochem.Not to mention, when I called waterloo they reccomendeed that I take a nonspecilization for med school, so u really cant go wrong with it.

In terms of what I could do with biochem after grad, I would probably have to do a master to get a good career out of it but there are jobs in labs if u have you have a bachelors.
Also on the business side, the biotech industry is growing so there is potential in that too
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Do recruiters like SciBus?
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Got accepted!!
yeh booooiiii!!
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Yeah a lot of students got the early offer. What was the minimum average required?
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it was low 80's, did u get an offer too?
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I applied to Kinesiology and Applied Health Sciences.
I'm into the Sciences and how the Human Body works.
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@bambam wrote
it was low 80's, did u get an offer too?



What sort of careers are you looking to pursue with a SciBus program?
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