You all assume that people can easily pay $500 for a course. And frankly private schools aren't that common outside of Toronto and plenty of people on these forums aren't from Toronto. Whatever happened to telling people to work harder?
So I think Ivey is too hard to get in, my chances are; studying economics or stg like that in Western or to skip Western(cause Ivey s not gonna happen) and prefer Brock's business studies(accounting I think) or SFU's business school??? what do you say
maybe you can suggest something else? guys please I wanna read some comments
(I care about the education reputation aand ofcourse the social life)
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 all, I am a business man in textile industry. As a part our new project, we are planning to launch a new equipment. Recently we found a Company named Spark innovations. Here is their website www.sparkinnovations.com . We need to design the equipment with respect to our requirements. If somebody knows any companies which deals with industrial equipment design please share its details
I'm looking at going into engineering (most likely mechanical) and I'm split on what university to go to. I want to hear an overall review of each university. I know the basics like co-op and I want to hear opinions about that too but I want to hear more information. For example, how the student community is, how are the clubs, are there opportunities to independently apply and expand your knowledge (e.g. Ottawa's Makerspace). Information like that would be very useful to me. Thank you to all that reply!
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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?
I always remember finding this forum really useful back when I was applying for universities in 2012, and I'd like to offer you the opportunity to actually get some hard knowledge about admissions rather than just hearsay. Though I'm in Sauder, I can answer any questions regarding direct entry to all UBC programs, Sauder transfer applications, and general university stuff.
You should all also take a look at the holy grail of UBC admissions, specifically table 18 where all admission averages for all programs for entry in 2013W are outlined.
Guys Im a girl .. i thought guelph is a good choice for business right?
So its wonderful that I ll probably have lots of close girl friends there since they say its almost like a girlschool.. But we also need boys!!! Is it that much obvious that there is a small amount of boys?
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 : /
I'm a BC student and I've applied to both universities for Bachelor of Science. I've gotten accepted into UAlberta as well as received a $6000 scholarship. My question really is, what are the pros and cons of each university and which one would be better choice?
Also, do both provinces (BC & Alberta) reserve seats in Medicine for students that are residents of the province?
Hey guys, I want to apply to UOFT and I have no idea which engineering I should pick. I am pretty good at Math, cant draw to save my life so I'm thinking that Mechanical would not be suited for me? It's too early to tell since I had a bad Physics teacher but as of right now, I enjoy chemistry more than physics. Which engineering is best for future jobs,etc?
Hi, I am planning to apply to the double degree program as just Laurier. The business and computer science one. My average right now (assuming my Calculus mark based on my Functions mark), is 88.5. What are you my chances of getting in?