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Acceptance after Second Semester Finals?
This is probably a stupid question, but I wanted to know if it’s possible to get accepted to Ontario universities/colleges after second semester finals come out. 
I’ve searched on google for answers to this, but I haven’t found anything. If you know anything about this, please let me know.
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First Year Accounting and Financial Management Student (Waterloo AFM)
Hi everyone, I am a first year AFM student at Waterloo and last year I was in your position. I was trying to figure out which university programs to apply to and I heavily relied on this website to make my final decisions from first years in the respected programs. If any prospective students in high school are looking to pursue the AFM program at Waterloo I would love to answer any questions, and talk about my experiences so far! I was admitted with a 91% average with excellent EC's. 

2018 Concurrent Education Acceptances
Has anyone been accepted for a con ed program? If you have been accepted, state the name of the program and the university. Congratulations!

I have been accepted by:
University of Windsor: Concurrent General Bachelor of Arts (Psychology)/Bachelor of Education/Diploma in Early Childhood Education
Brock University: Education - Concurrent BA Child and Youth Studies (Honours)/BEd (Primary/Junior)
Nipissing University: Concurrent Bachelor of Science Honours/Bachelor of Education (BEd) - Primary/Junior

I have also applied to Queens but I have not been accepted yet, I also have not submitted my supplementary application yet.
Nursing casper test incomplete
Hello, I took the Casper test on Jan 24, and it says it takes 3-4 weeks for it to send to McMaster, but it still says the application is incomplete. When i finished the Casper test i got an email saying that i didn't need to do anything else to make sure my results get to the school. Is anyone else experiencing this problem?
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Doctorate or Second Masters Degree?
I am a teacher and I have a Master's in Psychology. I am considering going back to school (online) and I am considering a Master's in Museum Studies from Harvard through their extension program. I am also considering a Doctorate in Education at a Canadian school. The masters programs and doctorates I am looking at will cost about the same. I hope to advance my career in education. Does anyone have an opinion on this?
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What are my chances?
So currently I am sitting on a 57%, but I have an incredible track record when it comes to volunteering in my community.  I am looking at applying to Nipissing, Algoma, and last but not least Mcgill.  Do I have a chance at getting in for Agriculture.  Here are a few references that have helped me strive in the agriculture department.
Kenny Stills - (416) 787-7350
Jesse James - (647) 667-5823
Vontaze Burfict - (416) 787-7350
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Calling on all Concurrent Ed Students!
Hello,  Deciding on the right school and program can be distressing, and to make my decision a bit easier, I'd like to hear from people who are taking a Con-Ed program in an Ontario university and are loving it.  Specifically, I'd like to hear about Con-Ed programming (content, student - professor ratio, graduate employment success rate, residence life) and school experiences from Nipissing, Brock and Queen's students. Thanks everyone.
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Data Management in Night School??
Hi! I'm in grade 12 and next semester I have calculus, biology, world issues, and a spare. I was thinking of taking data management because I've been told that in nursing programs, we are required to take a statistics course (please let me know if this is true or not), but there is no data management class in my school next semester, so I was thinking of taking it in night school. Would this be a wise choice, or would the workload of having two math subjects in one semester be too much? 
Some additional info: I'm taking advanced functions, chemistry, religion, and English(online) right now. 
Thanks in advance!
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Universities for Social Work - Carleton University vs others
Is anyone at Carleton University for the Social Work program? I'm thinking of applying and would like to know what you think of the program and Carleton U in general (residence, student life, etc.). Also anyone taking Social Work at other Universities what are your reviews? Looking at a Bachelor of Social Work.
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I am currently a grade 12 student. I applied to the BScN Program at McMaster, Western, UOttawa(main site), Nipissing, Trent, Windsor and Brock. My marks are as follows:

Math - 85 (midterm)
English - 85 (midterm)
Biology - 75 (midterm)
Chemistry - 80 (midterm)
French - 96 
ComTech - 83 
Overall average - 84

These are my top 6 marks, including my prerequisites. What are my chances of getting in? Also, if I have received an alternative offer from a school before midterms, does that mean I am not considered for my first choice? 

I was hoping for a 85-88% average this year but due to some family issues was not able to achieve that. It would completely shatter me if I did not get into Nursing anywhere by being just 1% away from an 85%, which is what Nursing usually asks for. 

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80% Average in University
So I am looking into concurrent education at Nipissing University and the Teacher Education Stream at Trent and I was just wondering if it is hard to keep an 80% average in this program. Currently my grade 12 averse is an 87
Nipissing Nursing
Hello! I am currently a grade 12 student. I applied to the BScN Program at Nipissing. My overall average is 84% and I found out that I am waitlisted. The cut off is 84.5%. Nipissing will re-evaluate applications in June after applicants have made their decisions. Do I have a chance of getting in? Does anyone have experience with waitlists? PLEASE HELP.
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2017 Acceptances!!
Hey everyone
I'm starting a new thread for all Grade 12 students getting University acceptances!
If everyone could list what programs they applied to, what schools, their overall average they have now, and excepted average in the final few months of High School.

I applied to University of Guelph- Criminal Justice & Public Policy, Western- Criminology, Nipissing - Nursing, Brock- Nursing and Laurentian- Nursing!
Right now I have an 80 average but its because I am not doing as well as I had hoped in Data Management. I am expecting a 82 average after finals are submitted. However, I am expecting to have an 85- 86% by the time second semester midterm marks are submitted!
Do you guys think I chance in getting to the Criminal Justice and Criminology program's I applied to? Also does it really matter if you get accepted in March, April or May?

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Did anyone get accepted into the Bachelor of Nursing program?

If so, include the following in your post:
-post-secondary institution
-the date you applied and got accepted
-your admission average (also add your average from grade 11)
-any other info. that you believe is in important

Good Luck!!!!!!!!!!!!
Criminology Thread
What minor are you doing/planning on doing with Criminology?
Sociology, psychology or law?? 
What program & what do you plan on doing with your degree! 
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