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Hi! I'm currently in 4th year and doing two research courses (1.0 credits per course) which are both at the 4th year level and provide a grade (i.e. percentage, GPA) at the end of the course. These are treated like any other course that I take right? I'm just worried that these courses won't be counted as real courses and so a school, for example Western or U of T (that require full course loads for weighted GPA calculation), would take my course load less than it is. I'm really confused and any advice would be greatly appreciated!

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2 hours ago, Vi.Ic said:

Hi! I'm currently in 4th year and doing two research courses (1.0 credits per course) which are both at the 4th year level and provide a grade (i.e. percentage, GPA) at the end of the course. These are treated like any other course that I take right? I'm just worried that these courses won't be counted as real courses and so a school, for example Western or U of T (that require full course loads for weighted GPA calculation), would take my course load less than it is. I'm really confused and any advice would be greatly appreciated!

If you're getting credits for these courses then you'll be fine for both schools. I also took a research course in undergrad.

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