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Hi! I'm wondering if anybody has gotten accepted with having just taken 4 courses a semester through their undergrad? Wondering if I need to do some semesters or years with 5 courses a semester to "prove" that I can or if that isn't necessary?
I am compiling a list (it's quite large at the moment) of interesting-sounding UBC classes from which I plan to choose a full-load (5 courses a semester) for 2017W if I don't get into MED this year, but need some help narrowing it down... Also, I am completely unfamiliar with online/open-learning Universities like TRU and Athabasca and have no courses listed for those, so any help there would be appreciated! Are courses from Athabasca/TRU-OL used to calculate GPA as well - as long as they transfer to UBC? Is a combo of in-person and online classes appropriate? Will online classes be lo
Hi everyone, I was just wondering what you think about my chances at UWO? My GPA (best two years) is 92% BUT I took less than full course loads every year, so my best two years were both 80% of a full course load (i.e. 24/30 credits). My RC score is 20. It says on their website that "Grades of years with a course load equivalent to a minimum of four full courses will be utilized in the admissions process, but if the course load is less than five, a slight penalty is assessed against the grade, if used in the application process, to reflect the fact that it is based on a lighter course