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Will I Make It?

A photo of taranveer taranveer
I Applied to the following programs:

University of Waterloo: Software Engineering
Univeristy of Toronto (St. George): Electrical Engineering
University of Toronto (Mississauga): Computer Science
Ryerson University: Electrical Engineering
Ryerson University: Chemical Engineering
McMaster University: Electrical Engineering

Grade 11 Avg: 89.875

Grade 12 Current (Sem 1) Avg: 84
Grade 12 Final (Sem 1) Avg: 85.3
Grade 12 Expected Mid-Term (Sem 2) Avg: 89

Grade 12 Overall Expected (Sem 1 + 2) Avg: 86 ~ 87

Let me know what programs you think I might get accepted into

Thankxs
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A photo of cyynthiia cyynthiia
Not sure about the others, but i'm pretty sure you'll make it into waterloo.
mMst programs at waterloo only require mid-70s to low-80s.
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A photo of cyynthiia cyynthiia
Whoops, typo.
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A photo of susanwu22 susanwu22
You'll probably get accepted into most of your selections; the only one that I'd be a little worried about is the program at Mcmaster, I've seen some people with 90 averages get rejected from Mcmaster
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A photo of taranveer taranveer
lol ... really .. i heard McMaster is probably the second easiest university to get in to ... after Ryerson ... anyways it's my last choice anyways ... my top would be Waterloo or UofT
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@susanwu22 wrote
You'll probably get accepted into most of your selections; the only one that I'd be a little worried about is the program at Mcmaster, I've seen some people with 90 averages get rejected from Mcmaster



McMaster has a few small, unique programs that are very competitive (i.e. Health science, arts and science, etc), but most of their programs aren't any more competitive than average.

Engineering has an expected cut-off of low to mid 80s, so I think you'll probably be fine.
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