Hey guys, just moved to the area for school. Trying to get around is a pain--with having to read the bus routes/schedules, especially with the road works. Which bus takes you to and from Conestoga Mall to University and King? I'm also looking for a way to get to Dollarama from Uni & King. Which bus will take me there and back? Thanks.
I'm interested in this program and I am curious to know the difficulty of first year and also throughout the program. Is there a high dropout rate for this program or is it if you are accepted into the program that their is a lot of support and ultimately high graduation rate. Plus I see that you have to qualify for the masters year and was curious to know how rigorous it is because of the fact you get a masters in one year compared to the average time to get one(2-3 years)
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I am picking two out of the three, they are all uni level courses but I want to pick the easier ones because I am taking all three uni maths. Could you rate them from toughest to easiest. The real names of the courses are Canadian and World Issues: A Geographic Analysis, Canadian and World Politics, and Challenge and Change in Society.
Hey guys I wanted to pursue a cfa designation after highshcool.
Is this possible through the BBA program at schulich, and if so what Is the process?
I know u have to write 3 exams and get 4 years of work experience.. But when would I be able to do this? (like can I write the exams during my years at schulich, and does the work experience have to be from a particular type of bank/firm type of thing?)
I am just about to start grade 12 in a few days, and I am already PRE-STRESSED. So it looks like I have to retake precalculus 11 LAH and still do Physics LAH, and on top of that my first semester classes are English, Biology, and hopefully Chemistry.
How hard are these classes??
And also, for UNIVERSITIES in Canada, such as SFU, UBC, UOT, ETC.. do they ONLY look at grade 12 marks? In my grade 11 year I had the worst year ever and it did not help on my school marks so I'm freaking out....
Just how much harder is uni in contrast to high school? If I am among the top of my class at the moment, can I expect to be a star student in a uni program like western med sci or queens commerce? Is it worth the risk to do an absolutely unemployable, but relatively easy BA at schools like queens, western, or mcgill in pursuit of getting into law school?
So I got accepted into several programs I've applied for and shortlisted the following two:
Life Sciences @ Mac
Biomed @ York
I'll be flat out honest in saying that my goal is medicine. I know that several people applying to any science program anywhere have thought of this at one point. I want to be separate from those people and make my decision wisely with no regrets. Mac was my dream school for a long time and the thought of leaving home and going out to learn has been my all time wishes. However, I have been told that going to York will give me a better environment to maintain a high GPA as I will be staying home. To those out there with experience in the Science field, which one should I choose? Should I listen to my heart (Mac), or to my instinct (York)?
I'm currently going to grade 12 and I'm thinking of applying to University of Waterloo's Science and Business co-op program. Correct me if I'm wrong, this program leads to a BSc Honours Co-op Science and Business.
What jobs are there after this program with that degree? Also, are there a lot of job opportunities?
If anybody is in this program or knows somebody who is, please tell me your/their experience. Thank you!
I am wondering what the minimum grades would be for life science applicants to get a residence offer at Innis College? I know it is relatively high for engineering students but what is the case for a lifesci student. The program I want to major in is human biology if that makes any difference.
ALSO how does the food situation work at innis as there is no mandatory meal plan. Is there a grocery store close by? Do students buy partial meal plans in conjunction with making their own food? Do students buy full meal plans anyways or is that not an option? Does everyone just grocery shop at one close by store?
And lastly, does Innis have any admission scholarships going into first year for academic excellence or is the presidents scholarship of 2000 dollars the only scholarship available?
I saw this thread last year and thought it was worth while to do! For anyone applying to 4 or 2 year programs.
1. Which school(s) are you applying to?
2. What other programs are you applying to as your back up?
3. What average are you aiming for your final year?
EXTRA - I want current Nursing students to be included as well! Tell us where you go, where you applied to and what your GPA in Grade 12 was or post secondary if thats what your doing right now. Also, a few pointers, tips and guidance is always great!:cheers:
1. I want to go to McMaster (4 year), Queens (4 year or 2 year), Western (2 year), UofT
2. Nursing, and nothing else!
3. I had mid 80's in high school and currently have a 3.1 from Uoft B.A second year
I'll be heading into my grade 12 year pretty soon and I'm still debating whether to take english 12 in first or second semester.
The problem is that my english isn't strong. Also, the teacher I have has a marking system of giving out marks with only 5% increments (100%, 95%, 90%, 85%...) which becomes tough when wanting to jump from a B+ to an A-.
I had some trouble with my english provincial in grade 10 so I'm afraid I'll have the same problem for grade 12 (given I have tutor this year). On top of having to deal with a very bias teacher.
Would it be better to take eng first sem and if anything happens, retake english + provincial or take it in second sem when I self report my grades to UBC/SFU, I can use my grade 11 mark (86%) and hope for the best on my provincial? (note* i will be having the same teacher for both 1st/2nd sem)
Would this schedule allow me to have time to study for each subject, or would it be too burdensome? Also, for those who have taken English online (Peel), are the assignments manageable? I will most likely use my spare in order to work on the assignments, but use my time after school to work on math. Would this work? I am taking English online as a security blanket because it is one of the hardest marking departments at my school and I don't want to risk having a mediocre mark. I will obviously drop before midterms if my marks are lacking, or if I find the work to be to strenuous.
i wanted to go to queens and eventually go to med school or vet school. but then i realized that you have to general science and i know i want to do biochem. so is it the general science worth it or should i apply to other universities that offer biochem from 1st year