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Hello! I am currently a grade 11 student in BC. After I graduate highschool, I plan on going to University to study Criminology or Criminal Justice. The schools I'm hoping to get into are SFU, or York as they both and programs in that field of study. My current grades are:
Math - 76%
Social Studies - 81%
English - 79%
Physics and Chemistry - 70%
My overall average is about 80%. Do I have a good shot at getting into these schools? If not which schools should be able to accept me with these types of grades?
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?
Hey everyone! Wondering if anyone could help me find my way to some student bursary options / programs. I am heading into my first year of University this fall and have been starting to really look for some help with these upcoming student loans! #replypost
hey everyone, I am a first year commerce student here at Queen's, and I was active this time last year when I was making decisions on where to go, so I thought I would help the next group of applicants with any questions and such! :)
Hey I was wondering if I could get into UBC arts. My grade 11 marks are bad as they are in the 60's - 70's(two highest grade 11 marks were 86 social studies and 82 precalc) but this year grade 12 my marks are solid. 97% Law, 90, English, 97% geog, 93% history, 87 biology and I have a lot of extra circulars . What do u you think are my chances of getting accepted thanks