Hey guys I wanted to pursue a cfa designation after highshcool.
Is this possible through the BBA program at schulich, and if so what Is the process?
I know u have to write 3 exams and get 4 years of work experience.. But when would I be able to do this? (like can I write the exams during my years at schulich, and does the work experience have to be from a particular type of bank/firm type of thing?)
I am just about to start grade 12 in a few days, and I am already PRE-STRESSED. So it looks like I have to retake precalculus 11 LAH and still do Physics LAH, and on top of that my first semester classes are English, Biology, and hopefully Chemistry.
How hard are these classes??
And also, for UNIVERSITIES in Canada, such as SFU, UBC, UOT, ETC.. do they ONLY look at grade 12 marks? In my grade 11 year I had the worst year ever and it did not help on my school marks so I'm freaking out....
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Just how much harder is uni in contrast to high school? If I am among the top of my class at the moment, can I expect to be a star student in a uni program like western med sci or queens commerce? Is it worth the risk to do an absolutely unemployable, but relatively easy BA at schools like queens, western, or mcgill in pursuit of getting into law school?