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How universities consider HS summer courses
I am currently a grade 11 high school student and I am considering taking a grade 12 course in summer school to help lighten my grade 12 year.

I know that university of Guelph accept summer courses. 
 So I was wondering how summer school courses are looked at by universities?
What universities accept summer courses?

Thanks for your help! 
Lakehead vs Queens for Investment Banking
I had a really tough time choosing between Lakehead or Queens since i want to go into investment banking. It was a really tough decision  but i choose Lakehead, did i do the right thing??

On the Lakehead employment reports, last year around 12 students secured jobs in NY including Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan. Queens sent about 6.
UofT or Queens for Mineral Engineering?
So I just got my acceptance to Queens engineering today after waiting and got waitlisted for a while. In the meantime I already accepted UofT and I'm wondering if I should still go for Queens. What would be a better option? Thanks for your replies. 

- Away from home, my household is kinda annoying lol
- internship
- beautiful campus

- saves me money forgoing residence 
- its apparent prestige  

Queen's vs Western for Engineering?
Help guys, I can't decide which school to attend. Do either offer co-op? Kingston seems dull but the reputation for Queen's is better I think. What should I do?
Need help making a decision!!!!!!
1) Queen's Arts (switch into QComm 2nd year)
2) Laurier BBA (non-coop)
3) UTSC Management (non-coop)
4) U of Ottawa Telfer
5) Western BMOS
Right Choice Between Ivey and QComm
I Just picked Queen's Commerce over Western Ivey right now and don't know if i did the right thing?
I want to go into ether investment banking or consulting after finishing my degree!
Any comment will be appreciated! 
Also Is Queen's Commerce harder then Western Ivey?
Suggestions for SUMMER ACTIVITIES that boosts my EC?
Hi guys!  Summer is coming and I really want to use this opportunity to work on my extracurricular activities that shows my leadership skills and/or interest in businesses. 

the only few options i thought about:
1. Advanced Leadership Program (ALP)
2. Start an online business
3. Volunteer in community
4. Work at a restaurant 
5. Entrepreneurial prototyping camp in OttawaU 

any other suggestions?
dental hygienist to dentist
if i go to college and become dental hygienist is there a way to become a dentist ?
Electrical or Software Engineering
Which one has a better job prospect For the future. I'm deciding for next year, I'm interested in both.
Best Schools for Consulting and Actuarial Science
Out of Ivey, Schulich, Sauder, Queens and Rotman.. which business school do you think is best for management consulting or actuarial science
U of T Architecture
Hey guys!
I've applied to U of T for Architecture but have not received an answer yet. I know that some people have already been accepted to the program. My top six average is an 87.67% with 4U English being my lowest with an 83% taken in summer school. I had a pretty good profile where I talked about a stainless steel water bottle logo that I designed for school to be sold to raise money for a school pond (with two pictures of the design and the bottle).

Is anyone on the same boat as me?
What are my chances of getting in?
Is English summer school affecting anything?
Is a second wave of acceptances going out?
What was your average if you got accepted?

Thanks! :bigsmurf:
is esp the right way to go
so im applying to carletons esp program business stream and was wondering if it really helps the way the uni says it does
Nursing Hopefuls 2015!
Hey everyone!

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

So common guys, reveal yourselves! ;)
Laurier BBA vs McGill???
If you get coop at Laurier, which one is better, mcgill or Laurier? This is for if you want to go into finance or get CPA
Brock BAcc Coop Vs Laurier BBA Coop vs Schulich ??
How is Brock universities BAcc program? Especially if you want to get a CPA designation. Is it good? Do good companies like the Big 4 recruit from Brock?? How is it compared to other schools like Schulich, Laurier or other programs that are good in Accounting??

This is for CPA/Accounting ONLY.
Summer School! Quick response would be nice!
Should I take careers and civics in the summer as an online course? 

Is it worth it? Will I be wasting my time?

If I should take it, then what other class do you suggest instead?

Laurier BBA or UTSC Co-op Management
Which program should I choose? I know utsc is guaranteed coop but I want the residence experience.
Accepted my offer but....
So I accepted my offer to western through OUAC on saturday. It's now tuesday and I have yet to have received an email or something of the sort. I thought it would just take one business day. Should I be worried?
Hi, does anyone know if the hybrid/suite style residences are co-ed? As in, whether the suite itself is co-ed or not (will bathrooms be shared amongst males or females). I already know that floors are co-ed and rooms are single-gendered
UTSC courses and payments
Ive accepted my offer to UTSC and I'm wondering what my next steps are. Where and when do I sign up for courses, and what fees do I have to pay? Thanks