I'm currently in Grade 12 and looking to apply to Queens Commerce, Rotman, Degroote nad Laurier. I have an 88% average so far but i mean the year just started so i have to maintain it. My question is that, i want to do a business undergrad before applying to law school (hopefully Osgoode).
I know that for law, i just need a high GPA in whatever undergrad i choose, and so i am stressing. If i get into one of these programs (all of which are tough), my marks aren't likely to soar. I don't want to graduate with my bcom, but then fail to get into any law school due to low marks.
Are these programs not for me? Does anyone have experience of doing these programs pre-law school. I am also aware some schools offer mba/jd programs, so if anyone knows about that?
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?
So I know it's only October but I am very worried.. So far I had 2 quizzes and a test in chemistry .... First one I got 55% and second one I got 80% and for the test I got 65%... I am extremely worried about my final mark... Do you think I can bring up my mark by midterms? In gr11, I finished with an 88... Please give me positive feedback
I'm 18 years old and currently in my fifth year of high school, and I'm looking for advice on what to do for post secondary next year, but I'm different from most people my age in that my main goal isn't to find a job that I love. My main goal would be work-life balance.
Here's the thing- all through high school I wanted to work directing and writing movies, but after some revelations in my first round of Grade 12 I realized how truly foolish that was. I also came to realize something about myself. And that's the fact that I'm not really passionate about anything. Even as a child, I wasn't that interested in much of anything (except reading :P).
Because of this, I've given up on finding a job that I love, my main goal is finding a job that gives me a basic schedule where I can work from 7am-6pm Monday through Friday, and I would prefer a job that's at a desk in an office. That way I could just come in, do my job, leave and have the one thing I truly love, evenings and weekends off :P. If that exact schedule and lifestyle isn't realistic, I want the closest thing possible to it.
Anyone have an idea what jobs could support this lifestyle? What could I study next year in order to get one of these jobs?
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So far, with what others have told me, I want to get into waterloo or mcmaster's engineering program for civil engineering. But I heard waterloo's work load is hectic, and mcmaster's program is a waste. So which one is better? Are there any better universities or options I should consider? Or any careers or programs I should look into if I am into the sciences, design, and enviroment?
I'm currently in grade 11 and I am completely certain I want to do business as my undergrad. Ideally, I want to focus on finance, get my CFA designation, work for a couple of years, and then get my master's degree (of course, this plan may change - I know it's very ambitious). I will definitely be applying to UBC Sauder, Western AEO, UofT Arts (Economics), and Queen's Smith.
I live in Vancouver, so of course UBC makes the most sense but I don't feel that it's the right school for me. Personally I feel more inclined to Queen's. But my parents are worried that if I wanted to return to Vancouver, UBC or SFU grads would be preferred by employers over Queen's grads. Is this true? In Vancouver, are Queen's (and Western) grads at a disadvantage? Also, what's the international reputation of UBC, Western, UofT, and Queen's (particularly in Europe)?
Please don't comment that business is useless now, all of my family is in business and I know it's the right path for me.
I've seen these threads all throughout high school and decided that because I'm finally in grade 12 and it's time to starting getting things together that i make one of my own for our year. My goal is to get accepted into a Nursing program within the GTA
As for right now, I'm interested in Western (main & Fanshawe), Trent, Ryerson (both colabs) and York. I'm taking Bio, Chem, Data, Religion and family studies. I completed English in the summer and landed with an 87%. My goal is to get as close to a 90% average as possible.
We should be active on this thread, share our goals, and strive to attain them together! I wish everyone the best of luck xo
I'm in my first year at University of Guelph! I really want to join or start some study groups for some of the harder science courses i'm taking.
The point is---anyone know how I can get involved in these study groups? I tried looking on facebook but nobody seems to be posting about them.
For me in a study group, personally I want all members to be at or around the same academic level. I wish for all members to like compare notes, go over hard questions, test each other out on material, do homework problems together, etc...
Anyone interested? (This semester i'm taking CHEM 1040, BIOL 1090, MATH 1080, and PHYS 1080.)
Or anyone have advice on how I can start one? Keep in mind I don't want just anyone- I'd prefer people who are really serious about academics.
I was a fiend on StudentAwards when I was applying to Unis 3.5 yrs ago, so I'm coming back to help from the other end now. Feel free to ask about Laurier, BBA, Co-op, ECs, International Exchange (currently in Spain), or anything else!
I really wanna do business at Queen's, Western or Laurier. Queen's and Western have some of the highest tuition costs (16K-25K) and living expenses (11K+). My parents do not want me to move away. They want me to go to schools close to home like Schulich, U of T, Ryerson etc. If I do move out, they want me to realize how much debt I will have at the end of 4 years and I'm not sure I can pay that much, but I know for a fact, rich kids aren't the only ones in these university programs. I come from a middle class family, and have an RESP with 17K but it's not enough. I'm not sure if I'll get enough OSAP either. I don't want to sacrifice my dreams for the sake of my parents (lol).
University kids, how are you guys paying for your education, and what can I do to pay for mine? (Please don't answer if you're in high school - only want real life experiences)
I'm a grade 12 student living in BC, and I am almost absolutely sure that I want to go into software engineering. I'm about to start applying to universities soon and I just found out that SFU doesn't have a Software Engineering program. I considered SFU my "safety school". until now. I really want to go to UBC, Waterloo, or McMaster.
My grade 11 avg (not including physics) was 91%. My physics 11 mark itself was 71% because of one test that the whole class failed. I am redoing physics 11 online, before I do physics 12, which I have in second semester. I really want to cover up the 71% i got in physics before I start applying.
I have a bunch of extra curricular and 600+ volunteer hours (from SFU summer camps, canadian cancer society, etc.), I'm on my school's senior dance team, I do break-dancing outside of school, and I'm on another hip hop team at a dance studio. I am part of charities club, grad council, student council, and grad dinner dance committee. I am taking calculus AP, English AP, and a duel-credit criminology course at a polytechnic university, additionally.
I understand the UBC avg is higher than 91% but I can probably pull up my marks to a mid-90s avg. I just want some insight for my odds of getting into UBC's engineering program (vancouver or okanogan) or waterloo's, mcmaster's, or even uvic's.
Also, what can you guys recommend as a "safety school" for me?
About all I know that it is an all-girls catholic university/college. Also, that they have few programs and some good scholarships. My dad just completely blindsided me and told me he had been researching the school for me, even though I expressed I want to go to Western. He even booked a campus tour without really giving me a say in it. Just wondering if anyone knows anything about the school or can comment on any of the programs. Thank you.
Hey, so im in Grade 11 and so far it looks like i'll be going into psychology but i really need help on what i need to be taking in grade 11 and 12 to be all set for Psyc.
Right now i'm taking both Bio and Advanced Functions , but im having alot of trouble with Advanced Functions and i was thinking of switching into mixed math .. would that be ok? or should i just continue? and if so what should i take in grade 12 ?