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What are my chances of getting into U of T Scarborough Neuroscience and U of T St. George Life Sci?

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I really want to get into the following programs at the following places:

U of T St.George - Life Sciences - Biological physics
U of T Scarborough - Neuroscience (non-coop)
York Uni - Biotechnology, Biomedical Science, Biophysics
Ryerson Uni - Biomedical Engineering

(but I want to get into both U of T campuses, I already got acceptances from York and Ryerson)

First Semester (final marks)

Grade 12 Biology - 82
Grade 12 Data Management - 78
Grade 12 Advanced Functions - 74
Grade 12 The Writer's Craft - 90

Second Semester (possible midterms marks)

Grade 12 English 70-80 (maybe)
Grade 12 Calculus 90-95 (maybe)
Grade 12 Chemistry 75-85 (maybe)
Grade 12 Physics 50-60 (maybe)

So... what are the my chances of getting into both U of T programs with my current marks?
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Hey!

So according to me (Note: Just my opinion), you'll get admission to U of T Scarborough for Neuroscience, York for Biotechnology, and Ryerson for Biomed Eng. Your chances of getting admission from U of T St George for Life Sciences are slim. I would have recommended you to apply to UTM for life sciences instead. Much smaller classes, good in terms of curriculum, and great campus. Plus their cutoff is lower than St Goerge/higher than Scarborough. Nevertheless, keep working hard! I applied to Ryerson for Biomed as well and got my offer in January. Thus, their cutoff is low enough for you to get admission easily. Anyways, good luck for the rest of the year! Have a great and relaxing time till graduation, while working hard. And don't give up on Physics. Aim for at least mid 70s.
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