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Just a tad bit confused about early acceptances. How do they work? Do universities look at top 6 grade eleven average, or all the grade eleven courses you took? Also, if you took grade twelve courses in grade eleven, do they only look at those?
Hey guys I am a BC applicant and I am so confused with the sending transcript yourself thing. I applied for
McMaster Health Science
Western Medical science
U of T Life science (biology)
SFU Biological science
and on the OUAC it says I need to arrange for transcripts to be sent of my final mid year marks. But my school is linear so we have 3 terms. What is midyear marks? term 1? since thats the only final mark we have in january/february. Also, do we still self report. I'm so confused. The sending transcript is only for OUAC universities right? Please help!
Hi guys,so i just need to know if i have a chance of getting into any of the unis i have applied to.
Ive applied to york(shulich bba) , Western(management ivey) , UOFT(rotman) , UBC(sauder) and mcgill(bcom)
I also applied to waterloo for afm but got rejected cos i didnt have an A in O level english, which was a prerequisite(i was unaware of this when applying).
I have checked the admission sites of the other unis i have applied to and they do not require an A in english.
So my question is if my grades and ECs are good enough to get into the remaining unis.
My AS level grades are As in accounts,maths and economics and a C in physics(which i have now dropped)
My predicted grades are also 3 As
In O levels i got 3A* 2A 4B
My ECs are:
60 hours of comm service for a non-profit healthcare organization(SINA)
60 hours of volunteering at A local hospital
20 hours of comm service teaching at a school for underprivileged kids
Hey everyone! I started this thread to answer questions from the potential class of 2017, and to keep all of the University of Toronto-related items in one place.
I'm a first year engineering student at the University of Toronto and I'm currently studying electrical/computer engineering (same courses as TrackOne). I commute to school every day, so I can't really answer that many questions about residence, but I'm sure others will be willing to chime in on that.
Does anyone have information regarding taking MHS at VHS? Reason being, I'm doing terrible in MHF in dayschool right now (67%) and am looking to upgrade it to 90%+. Is this hard to achieve in VHS? Further, I have it in dayschool right now, so will I be able to take it at two places at the same time - is this an advisible move?
Hi! Im in grade 12, currently attending a local public high school. I can't seem to wake up on time and get my butt to school. I want to attend school but I just don't have power to get up in the morning. I am able to do assignments, I just can't get to school. With ILC, it would be a lot easier for me to complete my OSSD.
I would like to enrol in ILC but I don't know how to start the process. Can someone help me?
-team captain on swim teams in school and outside school
-level 8 clarinet player
-sectional leader in band
-attended numerous leadership camps
-exec on athletic council
-city arts competition
I have a job at a drug store, and have a 92% average right now. I'm currently in gr 11, but I want to know if I'm on the right track to be where I want to be.
I've already heard all the crap university of western gets from ppl saying it's not an "ivey league school", so pls don't comment with that kind of repetitive negativity here.
Thanks for any help!!
If anyone is currently enrolled in the McMaster's Health Science program or knows someone who is enrolled in the program, if you could share their admission average, that would be great :). Just trying to get a sense of where I need to be. Also, If you have any advice for writing supplementary applications, I'd really appreciate it.
Hi, I'm currently a grade 12 student who will be applying to Western + AEO, the only reason I'll probably get AEO ( If I do ) is because they don't count math in your top 6 (Ivey) , otherwise my average will be around 85% because of math, which is good enough for BMOS.
Is the math in BMOS hard? I'm terrible, lol .. I don't want to take the risk and do something like geography and have a useless degree in case I mess up and don't make it into Ivey!
I'm great at business Ex. 99% Management (only one in my school), and 95% in Intl. Business, but in math I'm inn the low 60's : /
So recently I got accepted at Ottawa Health Science.Though I live in GTA and universities like york are closer to me, I would love to shift there.My only question is which one gives you a higher GPA!? Please don't jump to conclusions, I work very hard for my marks but sometimes there is a minute difference in an acceptance and GPA matters WHOLE LOT. I plan to become a dentist and I see no other career plans for.
1.)Do you think I am better off going to another Ontario University for health science close to home!? If so which one do you recommend!?
2.)Is Ottawa Health science (along with dentistry prereqs) possible to pull off a good GPA!? This is necessary as the GPA required is nearly the same as Med Schools.
I have a teacher who is unfair towards the way she evaluates students. She's not bad at teaching, she is just horrible at evaluating what she taught. A big chunk of your mark comes from quizzes. Her quizzes are not all hard, but they are all pop. In the middle of a lesson she will tell you to pack up and theres a quiz. She takes of 10% per mistake-regraldess of how small or large. If theres one mistake, she'll count it all wrong.
I know thatI know my physics. She even told me that my mark (in the low 80's) does not reflect how much I know, that it should be higher. I don't know how to make my grade go higher to where it normally is, like where all my other grades are, (in the mid-high 90's). Any tips?
I understand that many careers are in demand (engineering, nursing, accounting), and it is very likely for these majors to get jobs after university. But if all students pursue these majors, wont there be an oversaturation of these majors and other positions will not be able to be filled? Dont we need some people to pursue arts and sciences?Someone please explain this philisophy.
I was considering applying to Social Sciences at University of Toronto in order to major in Ethics, Society, and Law. Is anyone here enrolled in it that can give some insight in terms of how it is in general, such as workload, opportunities, et cetera.