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What Are "U/M" Courses?

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I want to get into UoT but I'm from BC and have no idea what the U/M courses are. Can anyone provide a link or a list of courses can be used for the Top 6?

Also, what is the deadline for the UoT application?

Thanks!
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Click here.
Play around with it.
I just picked science because that's what I'm going into.
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M courses, or U/C courses, are in between University and College level (Mixed). You can have up to two in your Top 6. The rest need to be U. I would suggest looking at the UofT website to see what it says for BC students, and hopefully someone from BC may know the equivalent and post it here.
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From BC: okay, we don't have exactly the same program, generally the rule of thumb is that a U course is somewhat equal to a provincially examinable course. So you need 6 (or however many) provincially examinable (whether or not you actually take the exam) courses.
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@moodeline wrote
From BC: okay, we don't have exactly the same program, generally the rule of thumb is that a U course is somewhat equal to a provincially examinable course. So you need 6 (or however many) provincially examinable (whether or not you actually take the exam) courses.



Yep, sounds about right.
Most of the U courses are equivalent to our provincially examinable courses.
It is top 6, but English has to be one of them for all faculties, so technically it's more like top 5.
And then most business/science programs requires some kind of math.. so it's top 4 after that....
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