I am currently in grade 11 and have a passion of pursuing a career in the medical field. I have researched many "advanced learning to medical school" programs in the states and this is the only one I have found here. I realize this is a very competitive program and was wondering if anyone of you guys could tell me if applying would be a waste of time or if I actually have a chance.
My average this year was 97%. For courses, such as grade 11 advanced functions, biology and chemistry my average was always about 98%, whether it was mid-terms or finals. EC's I am currently involved in include, school reach, house council, yearbook. I also volunteer at with a local hospital, canadian cancer society, world vision, and free the children. I am not an athletic person and I understand how this program seeks for well-rounded students. I wonder if that will hurt my chances in any way whatsoever. I also plan on joining more extra-curricular activities. I also have completed 200 hours of volunteering and plan on completing another 100 before the end of senior year. I have also taken part at a research lab program at a hospital for high school students and plan on going to a university to experience and work at a lab facility.
Any advice for improving my chances of getting into the program is greatly appreciated. Sometime I feel like applying for the program is a waste of time though because they only accept 10 students and the possibility of being accepted is very slim to none. I also plan on applying to McMaster's Health Science program as well.
Why cant i keep guys? Like i don't usually have any trouble getting guys but even if they do ask me out on a date (lunch, fishing, etc) they always make an excuse to call it off. Are all guys this flaky or is it just me? It doesn't make sense because they ask me out and then don't carry through...like do they lose interest in me? I don't think im easy...i try to play hard to get a reasonable amount. Also do most guys wheel more than one girl at a time or is that just a common misconception?
A police officer at rest at side of highway notices speeder moving at 62 km/h along road.when speeder passes ,officer accelerates 3.0 m/s^2 in pursuit.speeder do not notice until police catch up. A) how long will it take for the officer to catch the speeder?
I got accepted into Queen's Commerce from BC and finished the school year with an English 12 mark of 85%. However, the provincial is worth 40% of my mark, and should I get below 72% on the exam, I would fall below the 80% threshold set by Queen's. Although I feel like I did well on the exam, what would happen if I fell below 80? Would I truly lose my offer or are they understanding if it was within a percent or two?
Should I apply for a single or double dorm? I'm a girl. I reaaaallllyyyy don't want to end up with someone weird or someone who steals shit and whatnot.But I'd love to have a friend to go out to eat with at midnight and stuff... but i'm scared they'll be weird!
If I get a single I'm scared of missing out on the university experience... parties, friends, ect.
I am a freshman joining UTSG for Computer Science this fall. Just so I can start planning, I want to know how much typically textbooks cost for first year (on average/range). Where is the best place to get them? Is it better to guy them early, or better after the first week of school?
Sorry guy but I have some questions about uni and I know some of them sound really stupid but please help me out.
Firstly, I was wondering, how do university programs work? Do you get to choose courses within a program or what because I've heard that the first year of uni is similar for everyone which I don't really get.
And about the university of york, I was wondering if anyone the knew the difference between the business administration and business economic programs?
And lastly,what exactly do you learn in a computer science program?
I've always wanted to volunteer in Africa for an orphanage or something. I am planning on going in December and I was just wondering if this would count as a good EC to write about for business programs in universities like Queen's, Western, Schulich, Laurier etc. Thank you!
I am just ending my fourth year at WLU in the BBA/BSc Computing Co-op program. If you have any questions (even regarding standard BBA or BBA/BA) please feel free to ask away and I will try to get a quick response to any of your questions! Please refrain from asking questions about bird courses or for information that is CLEARLY better answered by someone at the Registrar's Office.
**This is a continuation of my thread from last year so if you search through it a lot of your questions may already be answered.**
Quick about me:
-Worked as an Instructional Assistant for CP104/114
-Lived in Waterloo College Hall for first year residence
-In co-op, 3 terms under my belt (Government and 2 in S&T, looking do my final in S&T again)
-No prior computer science experience before this program
-Played intramural ice hockey and ball hockey
Why I chose Laurier:
-Much cheaper compared to schools that offer similar programs (ex. Queen's, Ivey)
-Small community feel of the campus, always bump into someone you know
-Great business school, and new building on its way
-Good distance from home while not being too far away
I and many others on this forum are pursuing a CPA designation and would probably want to work at a big 4 firm. I think it would be beneficial if someone who is currently working there this summer or recently worked there as a student could answer some questions for us.
We all know both have its pros and cons. I'm hoping to go to professional school after, but UofT is a gpa killer however is definitely more prestige. Ryerson on the other hand seem to be opposite of that mentioned for UofT. Can someone please tell me what I should choose? I have to make a decision soon so any inputs are appreciated!
I am a student in first year architecture at Ryerson and if you have any questions regarding what this university got to offer you're welcome to ask. I know its decision time and there must be confusion and debates happening as to which university to choose so I will be more than happy to answer any of your questions