Currently in grade 12 bio and we just had the biochemistry test today. I think I absolutely bombed it but I really need to get a 90+ in the course.
I don't know how to study for bio, and I think there is a big problem with my studying method. Basically I read the notes and then rewrite it again, and the notes I read are many from PowerPoints that the teacher have given out. She rarely assigns textbook homework so I don't really use the textbook. The tests questions are nothing like what she has taught and they're so difficult to answer.
I'm getting 90s in my other classes such as chemistry and the maths, and I'm really struggling to get a 90 in the class.
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Anyone here in the art and sciences faculty at UofT or planning to go there?
What are your thoughts about this program? Would you consider it a decent undergraduate degree for someone who is interested in going to graduate school (i.e. law school) since there is no 'pre-law' degree.
I would most probably major in International Relations, Political Sciences, History OR Computer Science. Still thinking about this one.
I decided to take grade 12U english over the summer so heading into this year I have Chemistry, Adv Functions, Physics, and Dance in my first semester. I was in the hospital 2 weeks ago for 4 (school) days, and the following week I was either not coming at all or showing up for half days because I was too weak to stay the whole day.. Not only did the week following my hospitalization suck because I had to miss more school, I also did not get to use that time efficiently to catch up on everything i was missing because I was still very sick. Throughout those half days I missed physics and dance way more than chem or math. My physics teacher told me to focus on my health and get better which was great, but now I'm left two weeks behind in university physics! My teacher has a big heart, but as for his teaching HE IS TERRIBLE and is 100% lecture based. We never have notes but if we do they are minimal with no real information, and there is no set connection to the textbook so I have no real way to get my self caught up enough to do well. I am now caught up in all my other classes but I am still 2 weeks behind in physics because i have no idea how to teach myself the material!
I will be applying to life science programs this year and physics is only recommended not required. The way my 4 required courses work out (chem, bio, english, calc) and my other 2 U/M courses most likely being both my dance classes (RAP) because i get high 90's in those courses... My physics grade would not be as high and would than be dropped. I am literally just taking physics to learn, not to get a good grade and submit that when applying to uni. Having two years of physics experience under my belt compared to others who have never even heard of "F=ma" will give me a huge advantage once I actually am in my first year at a university. (hoping to attend uoft or mcmaster)
I could realistically catch up, but it would take a lot of time of effort because of my teachers style of teaching and that would cut into my two other very important classes (math and chem). But if I drop physics than I will not get that advantage compared to those who have never taken physics during first year uni in a physics class. I also took physics in grade 11 (duh) so I don't want to drop grade 12 after completing the previous course.
So i guess the real question here is, would completing grade 11 physics be enough of an advantage going into a life science program to drop grade 12 physics? I really don't want to drop, but if I don't technically need the course and if the reason I'm taking the course is to learn material and I'm not even learning then whats the point? What would you guys do if you were in my situation? A lot of people have been telling me do i want to take physics to get an advantage in university or do i want to drop physics so i can get into university. Keeping physics seems like it would really hurt my other classes i need to do well in, but i just don't want to make the wrong decision. HELP!!!
Can any current or recently graduated university nursing students please tell me what school you went to and the best part of your program? Worst part? Any warnings/heads up future students should be aware about? What is clinical like? Your favourite course? Hardest course? When did you receive your offer? What average did you finish with in grade 12?
Sorry these are such broad questions but I'm trying to gather all the information I can before I start applying. My top choices for school are Mac, Ryerson, Western, and Brock. I've been taking all uni courses and finished grade 11 with a 93 average but am hoping to finish grade 12 with a 94-95 average.
Thanks in advance to anyone who takes their time to reply to my post and answer some of my quesitons, I appreciate it a lot!
Im trying to apply for electrical , computer engineering at ryerson, Mcmasters , uni of toronto, waterloo. could you tell me around how much mark average you need, to get in. And if you know someone or someone who is in what average did they/you get in with.
I want to go to a top-tier business school, but I am afraid my calculus mark is bringing me down! I have an overall average over 90 but my past calc quiz and test I got 54% and 61%. I understand all the homework and do it correctly I just can't seem to do well on the tests. Does anyone have any advice?
i have a question. i am a grade 12 student in BC, and i have to take English 12 in summer(this is the only course i don't take it because my English is not that good and i have to do Eng11 and Eng10 this year. )but my question is what should i do about applying for university and scholarships ? when should i apply?
Are there any high school courses that you aren't required to take for business programs, but are worth taking anyway? Such as computer programming, physics, data management, etc. Looking for all opinions, especially from people who have taken/are taking business programs.
Hey everyone, next year I will be in grade 12 and am starting to look into universities. I am from Toronto, so local schools may be preferable. Anyways, I am more interested in the management side of business, rather than accounting or finance, etc. So which schools (York, Laurier, UofT, etc.) have the best programs for management? Thanks in advance.
hi i am thinking about repeating advanced function in night school next year, i am currently a grade 11 student do advanced functions, what effect will this have on my chances of getting in. i am repeating the course because i am not getting as well of a grade that i would like to get. i want to apply to the life sciences in Waterloo.
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