So I'm taking philosophy this semester and I'm wondering if I should drop it...so far it seems kind of boring but I have it along with food/nutrition as an average booster. However, if I do drop it, it would have to be for something else like art which I have zero interest in, not to mention I'm pretty bad at art
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Hi everyone, decided to try getting answers to my worries on this forum. I am currently a grade 12 student in Ontario and am going to be applying for universities soon. I am genuinely looking for answers to my concerns. I was looking at applying for,life sciences at both UTM and UTSG. I was also looking at Biomedical Science and nursing at Ryerson. Other options on my list were collaborative programs like nursing at georgebrown and Seneca. As a backup I wanted to try Biomedical Science at York as well with Medical Radiation Sciences at McMaster being my last choice. As you can see I need to narrow down my choices. I think my advanced functions mark might not be good, if I can't pull it up to the low 80s, it's possible I might get around 75 because even though I've been doing good on tests recently, my mark doesn't seem to budge .I was just wondering if I stand a chance at these places, especially for life sciences. If I can get my average to around an 83-85, will I be fine. Thanks to anyone who replys and sorry for this lengthy post,
Hey guys, I want to go into engineering and I'm starting to get worried about my grades. I currently have a 88 ish average and I was wondering if that is enough to get accepted to Queens/Mcmaster,UFT engineering. Queens being the one I would prefer most.
My grades were as follow in Grade 11:
French Immersion 95
American HIstory 82
Travel and Tourism 96
In grade 12, Ive already taken english in summer school and got an 88 and currently, my marks are as follow
Advanced Functions 89
Data Management 97
Chemistry 81 (teacher is an ass)
What are the chances of me getting accepted? I am really scared cause im just above the lowest competitive average for the schools. Plus,my extracurriculars are terrible (only have french tutoring), on a side note, what are some other good engineering universities I should apply to? I am thinking of going into chemical engineering, mechanical engineering, computer engineering or some other IT related field. i am aware that the computer sciences are easier to get in but I'm still focusing on the engineering.
What are everyone's career goals? What do you want to pursue? What programs or training are you going to take? Which univeristies are you considering? I just love hearing everyone's goals because, as cliche as it sounds, we are the future! :)
Hello reader, I'm a grade 12 student whom is currently taking two grade 12 courses (Advanced Functions and Physics) unfortunately I'm failing the advance functions course so i will have to retake it next semester. And on top of that my grade 11 marks are terrible. So my question is will i get late acceptances regarding of the shity first advance functions mark along with my bad grade 11 marks or i have to re-apply next year? btw im applying for computer science.
I am going to make this as detailed as possible to maximize the quality of the responses and the insight I obtain from them. All responses will be greatly appreciated not only by me but from all university applicants interested in pursuing similar career paths.
1. Schulich School of Business - Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) - Specializing in Finance and Economics
2. Ted Rogers School of Management - Bachelor of Commerce (BCOMM) in Business Management with Co-op - Majoring in Economics and Management Science - Minoring in Finance
3. Degroote School of Business - Honours Bachelor of Commerce (Honours BCOM) with Internship - Minoring in Accounting and Financial Management Services
-DECA Chapter Member (Competed in Provincial Competition Ranking Top 3 in Ontario, Competed in Stock Market Game Ranking Top 3 in Atlantic Region)
-Vice-President of Financial Literacy Investment Club
-Interactively participating in all aspects of management of family pizza business
-Stock Trader Since the Age of 14
1. Is my estimated average higher than the cut-off at all three of my programs choices? What are my chances of acceptance?
2. If I don't get my first choice (Schulich), which option would be a better choice, Ted Rogers or Degroote? Consider that I will be staying at home (which is why I didn't apply to Ivey/Queens/Waterloo/Laurier) and I live in downtown Brampton, ON. I like the prestige of Schulich, location and campus of Ted Rogers and the trading floor at Degroote.
3. How hard is the academic life at these schools in comparison to each other? Is it much more intensive than having 3 university level courses in high school per semester?
4. Hows the social life at these schools in comparison to each other? I heard Schulich, although it may be one Canada's best business schools, has a very poor social life. I have heard similar things about Ted Rogers as well, maybe because it is also a commuter school.
5. I realize that the value of a degree comes from how successful you are in achieving it, but which one of those schools offers the best career outlook? I am interesting in pursuing my masters degree then looking towards a career in finance (maybe even Accounting or Economics if my interests change).
6. Are my EC's solid enough to use for my Schulich supplementary application? Any advice or suggestions?
7. What are the interview questions for the Schulich video interview? Any tips?
8. Other than the Schulich entrance scholarship, what other scholarships should I apply to?
9. Any other helpful/insightful/interesting advice?
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?
Hey Guys, I'm a grade 12 student who will be applying to McMaster, Queens, U of T, Western, WIlfred Laurier etc. for different business and science programs at each.
Anyways, we just got out midterm marks and I'm sitting at around a 87 average ( non semestered school) and my marks are going up. Anyways, my Gr.11 average was pitiful, around a 76. Should I even bother sending my applications right now? I'm worried that if I send my marks now that they wont even consider me later on when they get our 2nd term marks (they don't see our grade 12 mid term marks). Any tips?
I got nominated by my school for this scholarship and just mailed my application, however i didnt have a 90 average throughout highschool, so will i still get into the commerce program through the chancellor application? and how are my chances of getting in before the new year? EC'S ARE AMAZING. Grade 9 average: 84% grade 10: 85.3% grade 11: 87.3% grade 12: 92.4%