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I had doubt about the Math courses I'll be doing in my 4 years. Anyone knows what and how many Math course I will be doing? It'll be a great help with any information. Can add me on Facebook for a private PM[ Manish Ranjan from Muscat, Oman ].
Hey guys, I'm going to be starting grade 12 this year and I'm interested in pursuing a career in engineering, hopefully at Waterloo. However, I'm having a difficult time deciding between which discipline I should pursue as I lack sufficient knowledge of what each one encompasses to make a good decision at the moment, not to mention that I'm also quite indecisive.
Right now, I am thinking of applying to biomedical or software with environmental or management as a backup, as the first two are extremely competitive, and I'm uncertain of whether I will be accepted to those programs.
I would really appreciate it if anyone could help me out with their recommendation or shed some light on what some of the programs entail, especially Management and Biomedical as I can't seem to find much information on those two.
Ill be starting school in September and will have 4 uni courses.. but im thinking of taking three courses on ILC (grade 12 bio, chem and advanced functions) because I need them as pre-reqs. for a program I want to get into.. Ill be going to school in a different province and the only time ill be back in ontario is in december for about two weeks and then april.
My questions are:
is there a way for a university to know that I am currently completing the pre-reqs or do the ilc courses have to be completed before i apply?
If i dont finish the courses in time for december or the time to apply to a different university program will I still be able to send a transcript after april?
How long does it usually take to schedule an exam, Ill be back in december for two weeks and i was thinking of having all the courses finished so that I could just take the exam here and get it over with. Or would it be easier to schedule an exam in the province that I will be staying in.
is it possible to finish three courses in about three/four months?
how long does one unit take to complete? how many hours do you usually spend a day on an ilc course?
I hope it makes sense, it might be a little confusing but I would really really really appreciate all the help!!
I had this terrible math teacher for grade 11 and i only got 87, and now I have him for grade 12 and I'm afraid it's gonna be baaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaad............................. even the smartest in our grade only got 90
Hi all, I was wondering which university would be good If I want to study political science/sociology but also interested in participating in a coop program. Ottawa is more likely an advantage considering its location than say Waterloo, but I'm really interested in what other people might say. Also, i've looked both Waterloo's and Ottawa's work/school sequence for their coop program, but still unsure if the length of program is the same. cheers.
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Hi, I am currently attending University of Western Ontario for the Medical Sciences Program.
I am happy to answer any questions that anyone may have about the program, course load, and overall experience at Western!
A bit about myself:
I attended a high school within Ontario and received my acceptance to Med Sci in January (or early February?). I was also accepted to multiple science programs from other universities including, but not limited to: U of T, Waterloo, York, McMaster, Queen's, Ryerson, and Guelph.
Post questions down below and I will try to get back to you as soon as possible!
Please answer this honestly! Do not sugarcoat. In grade 11, lets say a student gets the following marks: biology 76%, chemistry 72%, anthropology 78%, religion 81%, functions 59%, accounting 70%, english 80%, and french 81%...yes these marks are very bad. The student is now in grade 12, and has applied to arts at queens and mcgill university. The student has a 94 average, with english being a 90% (only prerequisite course along with 5 other U/M courses). Will they get in? Assuming the student doesn't care about early acceptance.
Can you compare the difficulty of advanced functions (and calculus and vectors if possible) to functions as well as 12 biology, chemistry and physics to their grade 11 counterparts? also any tips on how to maintain or even increase my average in these classes would be great (currently they're all at low-mid 90's) :)
Hello, I am going into grade 12 next year and am deciding which universities to apply to. I am completely interested in business. I do not care about the location of my university nor the tuition fees. I would just like to know which one of these universities is the hardest to get admitted to: UWO Ivey AEO, Queens Smith, McGill Desautels, UBC Sauder, UTSG Rotman, and York Schulich. My average is 92 but like which university has the lowest acceptance rate and which one would you say is the easiest to gain admissions to?
I am redoing Grade 12 Pre-Calc online as I got a bad mark (high 70s), (i did it in gr.11 the first time around), will Sauder care? Will anyone besides Eastern business schools care? Currently, I just have my online school exam to write and my mark is in the high 90s, I had gotten a 92 in Grade 11 and I will be taking AP Calculus 12 next year. If I do really well the second time around in Pre-Calc 12 and really well in AP Calc as well, will universities (specifically UBC) overlook my 77 the first time around?
I'm in the TDSB. I know programmable ones aren't allowed. Are there non-programmable graphing calculators? + Is it useful to own one (programmable ones) even if they're not allowed in exams, say for doing work on your own? Are calculators like these allowed in university? Or only scientific calculators only allowed throughout one's academic career?
I'm a current student at Ryerson entering my 4th year in September, majoring in Professional Communication. I'm currently studying for the LSAT and hoping to go to law school after my undergrad. Aside from holding 2 internships over the last 3 years, I work as a mentor for first year students and in student recruitment for my program faculty. I've also recently been hired as a Project and Communications Assistant for the Government of Ontario.
I can answer questions about:
- all program requirements and acceptances
- campus life
- internships and co-op opportunities + job search + how I got hired in the government
- basically any other questions you might have
Hope you're all excited about the potential of attending Ryerson! Ask me anything!
If you're looking to contact me personally, you can reach me at email@example.com
I am looking for some help regarding the recent estimate i recently received from OSAP. About a month ago, I used OSAP estimate calculator to determine how much I could get. OSAP estimate calculator estimated approximately $12 000, which gave me the necessary money i needed to cover my expenses with about $2000 left over. The estimate I actually got was $3000 dollars, which actually puts me in serious trouble because my father contributed the maximum he could and I already included all my assets and the money I will earn in my application. Is there any noticeable reason my funding is so low? I've seen other people's funding's, who have much more than I do, get much higher funding than me. Somebody please help me figure this out.
Okay so I'm returning for a post graduate year and was originally going to attend university for an Arts degree. I now would like to have the option of transferring into a business program second year. Currently I am at a grade 10 level of mathematics due to stopping. Now that it is summer I would like to learn everything to prepare ahead. I have a grade 12 advanced functions textbook and I plan on working my way all the way up from grade 9-12 using Khan Academy..is this a tangible method? Will I be able to understand this on my own considering this? How long should it take? What are some tips