Where to go to get an honours bachelors in commerce? From what little I know I see Queens, Western (and possibly affiliated universiy olleges i.e huron), U of T, and waterloo as the top in ontario? what school do you think is the best option for commerce?
Most of my favourite songs come from movie and videogame soundtracks but I was wondering what do you all like?
1. Howard shore: Beyond the forest (last song from the Hobbit part 2 soundrtrack)
2. Marty O'Donnell: A song called Finale (from a game called Halo ODST)
3. James Horner: Becoming one of the people (from the movie Avatar)
I not one for much rock/pop/metal/country, but I am interested in anything you like even if it is nothing :geek:
I'm very curious to know about the people who frequent yconic. Since this is anonymous, you don't need to worry about being judged or assessed. Be honest and in general terms describe yourself. Maybe mention your ethnicity/ race as well for context and what field you're going into. If you think your personality developed based on the city or area you live in, mention that as well.
I am currently going into grade 12. I need some guidelines and benchmarks to get into engineering in UofT or University of Waterloo. What marks should I aim for such as for AP calculus and advanced functions and other sciences.
I have noticed that many of the people on this forum only apply/ go to Ontario school, and many do not consider schools in Alberta or bc. Could someone explain to me why less people consider schools outside of Ontario. schools like uofa and ubc are really good for programs in engineering and business. So why is that.....
I am a grade 12 student and I have a passion for all the sciences. For the longest time I wanted to be a doctor but recently I have switched to engineering. I like to tell myself that I switched because I want to be an engineer over becoming a doctor but I feel the real reason is because of the job prospects. I know that a science degree is useless unless you are able to get a very high GPA (around 3.9) to get into medical school. While I am a good high 80s student in high school I dont think I can get grades that high especially in university. Is it worth it to take this risk that I may or may get the GPA I need and end up with a useless science degree or should I just go with engineering. Thank you in advance for any advice.
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Hey guys, I am a political nutt and large youth advocate in Ontario.
To that, with major political news coverage and the potential for major change to sweep the nation, I was just wondering have your issues been covered in this election? What are those issues? and what would you liked to be addressed by our major parties?
Could someone please tell me all the first year admission scholarships for life sciences available at UofT based on academic success ONLY and for someone without financial need? Is the Dean's Scholarship of 2000 dollars for those with at least a 92% admission average the only scholarship I'm eligible for based on grades only and no financial need???
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