Hi. I am specifically asking students in the St George campus (any college) how much they received in admission scholarships that needed no application. Do most people receive more than the $2000 92%+ guarantee from the university because of their college or faculty? What were your admission marks and what was your program? Is the total of your admission scholarship told to you at the moment of acceptance?
Do you think I will like accounting in general if I'm pretty much/average good at math. Got 90 on grade 11 functions and Im expecting a higher 90s for grade 12 adv. Functions since my tests are either perfect or one to two mistakes. My data management will be low to mid 90s i should say..
i never took accounting in grade 11 so i dont have the chance to take it this year.
what do you guys think? I want to get a CPA designation.. but actually no idea what they do specifically. I mean, i know they do debits and credits and all that stuff, and it kind of interests me. Im just not so sure if i will like or hate it. Anyone here who didnt took accounting in hs but enjoyed it in univesity? And vice versa.
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Hi, I live in Ontario and i wanted to study software engineering and I narrowed my choices to these 2; McGill and McMaster. I also go to a French high school
-Ranked really high in engineering and software
-General year then apply to software (need a 3.2 cgpa)
-Lived there for 4 years so living expenses and life is easy there for me
-Is there anything else i should take note of?
-Ranked high but Mcgill is ranked higher
-General year then apply to software (need at least a 4/12 McMaster gpa)
-I live an hour away
-My sister goes there
- Any thing else
The thing is my parents are forcing me to go to McMaster because my sister is there and they have COOP. But i believe that McGill is better because of its reputation and I do want to work outside of Canada in the future. Which Uni is better?
I have a 89 avg in grade 11, but on the queen's website says that you need a 90% avg, how is the avg calculated? top 6 in grade 11? all 8 course in grade 11? Are grade 12 first semester midterm marks going to be calculated as part of ur avg?
Alright, I want to learn everything I can. I wish there was an electromechanical engineering program! So I'm considering EngSci. No matter what I'm attending UofT. Alrght let me have it folks.
I want to learn aerospace, I know its saturated now. But 5 years from now that may not be the case. However, I'm still considering a straight up ECE degree. I wonder if someone with an Aerospace degree can work in ECE?
Are there any high school courses that you aren't required to take for business programs, but are worth taking anyway? Such as computer programming, physics, data management, etc. Looking for all opinions, especially from people who have taken/are taking business programs.
Im trying to apply for electrical , computer engineering at ryerson, Mcmasters , uni of toronto, waterloo. could you tell me around how much mark average you need, to get in. And if you know someone or someone who is in what average did they/you get in with.
Hi, I want to get into Waterloo for computer engineering! I'm expecting a 91% average in grade 12 and I have 300+ hours of volunteer service with an award from Government of Ontario. I also am at an executive/leadership position at a few clubs in school, would this be enough to get into Waterloo Computer Engineering?
My ultimate goal is to be a lawyer and attend Canada's two best law schools. However I heard that acceptance rates are 10% and less, so what can I do to ensure that I get in? What school and program should I go into, what other factors do they look at, and what are the employment prospects like coming out of them?
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I just recently started my first semester of Grade 12 and I already feel incredibly pressured and overwhelmed with work. While I was expecting this sort of work load, I am becoming increasingly worried about my grades and average. I am unsure if I should drop a class and take a spare, but I'm afraid it will end up hurting me.
My current classes are:
Families in Canada
If I were to drop, I would lose Families in Canada, which is not a required course for any of my desired university programs, but it deals a lot with social sciences and psychology - which is what I'm interested in pursuing. However, I'm unsure if I should drop this class, which could be great for me in the future, to focus on required subjects like Sciences and Math.
Next semester I have:
Will it look bad on applications if I'm taking 2 spares? I'm increasingly stressed out and I really would appreciate any guidance in this topic. Thank you!
I decided to take grade 12U english over the summer so heading into this year I have Chemistry, Adv Functions, Physics, and Dance in my first semester. I was in the hospital 2 weeks ago for 4 (school) days, and the following week I was either not coming at all or showing up for half days because I was too weak to stay the whole day.. Not only did the week following my hospitalization suck because I had to miss more school, I also did not get to use that time efficiently to catch up on everything i was missing because I was still very sick. Throughout those half days I missed physics and dance way more than chem or math. My physics teacher told me to focus on my health and get better which was great, but now I'm left two weeks behind in university physics! My teacher has a big heart, but as for his teaching HE IS TERRIBLE and is 100% lecture based. We never have notes but if we do they are minimal with no real information, and there is no set connection to the textbook so I have no real way to get my self caught up enough to do well. I am now caught up in all my other classes but I am still 2 weeks behind in physics because i have no idea how to teach myself the material!
I will be applying to life science programs this year and physics is only recommended not required. The way my 4 required courses work out (chem, bio, english, calc) and my other 2 U/M courses most likely being both my dance classes (RAP) because i get high 90's in those courses... My physics grade would not be as high and would than be dropped. I am literally just taking physics to learn, not to get a good grade and submit that when applying to uni. Having two years of physics experience under my belt compared to others who have never even heard of "F=ma" will give me a huge advantage once I actually am in my first year at a university. (hoping to attend uoft or mcmaster)
I could realistically catch up, but it would take a lot of time of effort because of my teachers style of teaching and that would cut into my two other very important classes (math and chem). But if I drop physics than I will not get that advantage compared to those who have never taken physics during first year uni in a physics class. I also took physics in grade 11 (duh) so I don't want to drop grade 12 after completing the previous course.
So i guess the real question here is, would completing grade 11 physics be enough of an advantage going into a life science program to drop grade 12 physics? I really don't want to drop, but if I don't technically need the course and if the reason I'm taking the course is to learn material and I'm not even learning then whats the point? What would you guys do if you were in my situation? A lot of people have been telling me do i want to take physics to get an advantage in university or do i want to drop physics so i can get into university. Keeping physics seems like it would really hurt my other classes i need to do well in, but i just don't want to make the wrong decision. HELP!!!
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I'm a second year Computer Engineering UBC student. I took first year sciences, lived in rez, and have since transferred into Engineering. I'm also an Orientations Leader and a volunteer for Destination UBC.
I can answer questions about about rez life, science, how I got into UBC, engineering or transferring. This is my second forum post, my old one was getting huge and a bit unwieldy.
I'm a senior in a french high school in New Brunswick, CA. My entire life is set upon my acceptance into UBC. It's too early in the semester to know my grade average yet, but I tend to do mid to high 80s. I just wanted to know what I should be aiming for grade wise, how I should write my personal profile (is there a format? Do I just simply right about myself?? AM I OVER ANALYZING EVERYTHING??)
Also, I would like to apply to the Sauder School of Business, is that possible first year? Their website only had information available for 2-3 year. Should I simply apply to arts and transfer later on?
Any information would be tremendously appreciated.
I'm an international prospective student. Please I need information on masters programme for civil engineering, but must be affordable though. Good lifestyle and sports like basketball. Cheap accommodation.