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I had doubt about the Math courses I'll be doing in my 4 years. Anyone knows what and how many Math course I will be doing? It'll be a great help with any information. Can add me on Facebook for a private PM[ Manish Ranjan from Muscat, Oman ].
I had this terrible math teacher for grade 11 and i only got 87, and now I have him for grade 12 and I'm afraid it's gonna be baaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaad............................. even the smartest in our grade only got 90
I'm about to start my second year at Marianopolis in Health (2nd year). I also did 2 years of IB in high school and I would like to apply to Biomedical Engineering at Waterloo. I was wondering how they will evaluate my file. Will they ask for both Cegep and high school grades ? Will my IB grades help in any way ? What are the chances of getting accepted ? My average in high school was around 87 and in college it's around 80+. What are the cut off ranges for cegep/ib students ?
So I'm an introvert and not many people I know are going to the university I'm going to, I tried making friends online on my schools Facebook group and then I found out that my school which is York University does frosh in a way where everyone is kind of separated so your frosh depends on the college you're affiliated with. All the friends I've made are associated with different colleges so I won't see them at frosh since they're not in my college. So basically I'm asking how to make friends in frosh when you don't know anybody and you're introverted and pretty shy. I didn't want to go to frosh but a friend of mine said she made her best friends at her frosh, and since she's a commuter she doesn't live on res (same thing as me) so I'm mostly going to frosh to meet new people but I don't wanna waste 110 or more dollars on frosh if I don't end up liking it anyways please help with some tips and what are some examples of activities that would be at frosh? (Also I tagged other schools so that i can get a feel of what frosh really is)
I took BAT4M (Accounting) in grade 11, and only managed to get an 81% which will bring down my average if it is included in my top 6. I'm taking 6 U/M courses next year, so I'm hoping to bump that 81% off my application.
The thing that worries me is when you apply with first semester midterms, and the university looks at grade 11 marks and completed grade 12 courses. I got an 84 in advanced functions, and an 85 in English.
What I plan to do is to retake accounting in my first semester, so the universities I apply to won't incorporate the 81 I got in gr 12 accounting into my average, since I know I'll be able to obtain a higher mark if I repeat the course in first semester.
I'm taking co-op right now for SHSM before university, and my high school has withheld my OSSD, even though I've already fulfilled all of the OSSD requirements already. My co-op grades won't get uploaded to the OUAC, and my diploma status won't be updated until August 19th. I received a conditional offer, and met those requirements by the time I graduated. But since my diploma is being withheld, will the school revoke my offer before I get it? Can I upload a transcript proving I met the requirements of the OSSD (minus SHSM)?
Hello everyone as the title stated, I would like to have a new laptop for y post secondary education. I have been browsing different models and puzzled by all the options. Right now, I am using ASUS S56C... and it only lasts for 4 hours (without internal browsing) ....
So here's some specs I would like to have in my future laptop, and hopefully tech gurus can help me :)
1. Long lasting battery (at least 6 hours, the more the better , if possible)
2. Graphic Card
3. Intel i7
5. DVD drive
6. Window Operation (I still don't know how to use Apple laptops)
7. At least 8 GB memory
8. 3+ USB Ports and 1+ USB-C port(s)
9. 256 GB+ Hard drive
10. 17" screen
2. Good sound system
3. Glowing keyboard (cuz I think this is cool but it's not necessary at all)
1. Normal tasks (PowerPoint, Word, Publisher, Excel)
2. Video editing (Premiere Pro - it freezes when I use my current laptop)
4. Tons of internet browsing at the same time (can up to 100 pages at the same time)
Hi, I'm graduating Cegep(English) in Quebec and considering to study Conc.Ed to be a French teacher in Canada. I've heard that Queen's, York, UT, UOttawa have good programs for it. My average is 85% but not so sure about which one to choose...
And so if I understand the system right, I study B.A in French studies and Conc.Ed at the same time for 5 years then after become qualified to teach French?
I'm not sure if I should do concurrent or consecutive Education. Any suggestion?
so i was checking OSAP the other day it only showed Ontario grant for low income family and no Loan or tution Fee amount, why can this happen
Also i made some mistakes on my parents income some lines were not filled in correctly is it cause of that and how can i correct it? can it be done by just visiting the financial aid office at my college
I am looking for some help regarding the recent estimate i recently received from OSAP. About a month ago, I used OSAP estimate calculator to determine how much I could get. OSAP estimate calculator estimated approximately $12 000, which gave me the necessary money i needed to cover my expenses with about $2000 left over. The estimate I actually got was $3000 dollars, which actually puts me in serious trouble because my father contributed the maximum he could and I already included all my assets and the money I will earn in my application. Is there any noticeable reason my funding is so low? I've seen other people's funding's, who have much more than I do, get much higher funding than me. Somebody please help me figure this out.
There's really no answer except to study hard. People who consistently get high marks didn't recite a magic spell to get 90+ marks nor have they sacrificed a virgin to the gods, they freaking studied hard. Sure, there may be tips that may help you, but it all boils down to good study habits. Don't procrastinate. Learn the material when it's taught. Do your homework. Don't go to sleep unless you KNOW you're prepared for an evaluation. If you're in Grade 11, don't tell yourself that your marks don't matter now so it's okay if you're gonna slack off. Your Grade 12 courses may or may not build up on Grade 11, but it's about building excellent work ethic. You also get to find what study techniques work for you. If you've figured out a routine for how you work best, you certainly wouldn't have a hard time adjusting for Grade 12. Never be afraid to ask your teachers for help, even it is for the stupidest questions. Sure, they might find you annoying, but that's their job-- to freaking teach you. You probably won't see them after high school, anyway.
We are a team of students in the SHAD program working towards a solution for food insecurity in Canada. Our target market is university students who may not have enough time to prepare nutritional meals on a constant basis.
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