I am wondering if I should still apply to Waterloo's Computer science (Co-Op) program because I have repeated all three Pre-reqs and I'm hesitant that I still have a chance. Is it worth still giving a shot?
I and many others on this forum are pursuing a CPA designation and would probably want to work at a big 4 firm. I think it would be beneficial if someone who is currently working there this summer or recently worked there as a student could answer some questions for us.
And what are you doing to reach your goal (Ecs, undergrad choice, research etc...)?? And what are your alternative careers if you decided you didn't want to go to med school anymore or didnt get accepted?
I'm going to be a grade 12 student in September. Unfortunately I failed grade 11 advanced functions and I'm currently taking a remedial course in summer school to get the credit. I'm wondering if universities will see the failed mark and if it will kill my chances of getting accepted. I'm also wondering if it was wise to take the remedial course...should I have taken the full credit course all over again? I know I really effed up badly and I'm scared. I'm studying ahead for.my courses next year in grade 12 to ensure I get a minimum 88-90% average but like I said, will the failed mark show up on my transcript and ruin everything, or can I just send my top six? I'm deathly afraid about how this will affect me. The rest of my gr 11 marks aren't that great either. I'm also going to be repeating grade 12 biology because I took grade 11 biology in grade 10 ( long story about how I was able to) so I thought I might as well take gr 12 bio while in gr 11 but it proved to be much harder than I thought and I ended up getting a 74% which is not good. I'm deathly afraid that this will also affect my chances of getting accepted into a university. I want to go into health sciences in McMaster, McGill, u of t , Waterloo, OR Guelph. Did I just totally ruin everything?
That much worse than being Waterloo based in terms of coop quality? Cuz I was one of those scrubs who wanted the Waterloo based but was too shite to get into it (93 avg) and I want to know just how much I'm missing out (if I am missing out that is).
I just completed grade 11 and I am going into grade 12 in September. I wish to apply for early acceptance to Guelph and Western. How do you apply for early acceptance? I want to go into the genetics major program....also are extracurriculars required to apply to this program? Thanks for your help :)
I'm currently in High School and I plan on becoming a physician, getting my PhD in Medicine.
I'm really interested in going to Waterloo for my undergrad, but the issue is I don't know what my undergrad should be. I'm thinking either Biochemistry or Biomedical Sciences. I'm asking mostly because I'm not sure about Waterloo as a stepping stone to medicine. Any thoughts?
What is the University of Guelph's orientation week like? What should I be prepared to do? I've heard about the O-Kits, what's in them? And was it worth it to go/participate in orientation week? What was your experience like?
I thought I would make this thread for anyone interested in applying for a transfer to the Ivey Business School and begin studying there in September of 2016.
I'm personally going to apply for sure. I prefer to remain anonymous but I will be applying to the Ivey School of Business from a math program. I just finished my first year with a 91.8% average, and have had various executive positions on charities that will carry over into second year and student government positions, among other small commitments, as well as four jobs in the last four years.
Feel free to post your statistics here so we can chance ourselves against one another, and if there are any upper years who made the transfer, if you would share your stats that would be awesome!
I e-mailed admissions and they said that a competitive applicant has an 83.35% average with at least three leadership experiences that they can expand upon in their essays and a high grade in their Business 2257 course (or equivalent if you are from another university like I am!)
I am interesting in transferring to the Ivey School of Business this year (obviously as an upper year).
I am just wondering, how exactly do they assess your transfer credits? I have high grades in all of my courses (A's and A+'s) and have taken courses in Calculus I and Calculus II, Psychology, Economics, Biology, but coupled that with some bird courses in my first year (Roman History and Greek History) for example. How does Western/Ivey assess these credits? Will they look at them and say since they are just Roman and Greek history, they shouldn't transfer over? Western doesn't doesn't offer either course by the way.
So I guess what I'm asking is, if I take a course that Western/Ivey doesn't offer, does that mean it won't transfer?
Anyone who has been accepted as a transfer, did your "bird" courses transfer over?
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
Okay, so i'm already enrolled in the serious courses for uni...im attending utsc next year. I have 2 spaces left for my winter session and they need to be courses with little to no stress because my other courses are science and math based.
Also how is utsc? is it the same as St. George (known reputation for being a GPA killer)
Can I have some advice on what to watch out for, things to do etc.
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.
This is just a thread for applicants entering HBA1 in the fall at Ivey Business School (people actually starting HBA1, not high school applicants for AEO), feel free to share when you got your acceptance!
Grade 12 student here who is going to apply this fall to various programs. Just to compare, which is better for science in terms of competitiveness, difficulty, quality at these universities: McMaster and McGill?
Hi, I'm going into grade 12 in the fall. My average in grade 11 was slightly over 95%. What would be the best undergrad school to attend if I want to go into McGill's med school? I know med schools want high GPA's and not care too much about which school you attend for undergrad. I want to go to McGill but if it's just gonna crush my dream of going to med school, I'd like to see what my options are. Thanks!!
I'm Bo and I've been around on this forum since forever ago. I just completed my first year of Software Engineering at uWaterloo and now I'm working at a startup in Waterloo for co-op. Back when I was in grade 12, I received offers to CS, Math/CPA, Double Degree, UofT EngSci, Schulich, and QC. Feel free to ask me anything! I also have a personal blog: https://bopeng.io which you guys can follow for tips and information related to University.
I read that the final marks were to be transferred no later than July 7 but my marks aren't even up yet. The same thing happened with my midterms and I had to get the guidance counselor to add my marks manually. Can everyone else see their marks? And if mine are missing what am I supposed to do??
I am an international student studying computer science (co-op) in uWaterloo, and I feel overwhelmed by the increasing tuition fees. The University of Ottawa has a much lower tuition if I choose to study in French (which I can do), and I am considering applying there for that reason.
I am not totally unable to pay but it seems like I am paying way too much.
This is fairly new degree created I believed by Mcmaster, I'm going into this but i'm still having second thoughts. I'm not sure how successful in the future but after doing some research, it's basically like a fancy term for college. I'm not sure if this was a smart move to make or should I just take a gap year since i'm still unsure of what I really want to do. Also if you are taking this, please share your information and job outlooks for this