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I'd just like some clarification as Schulich makes it much more clearer.

Queens notes that:

  • Full time study is defined as a minimum of three courses per semester
  • Full time study must be completed during the academic year, from September to April

I took 4 courses last semester I am currently taking 3. Due to personal reasons, I'd like to drop one. If I do, that will leave me with 3 full credits or 6 half-credits. Are they very strict with the 'per semester' part or would dropping one still be okay as it'd even out (like Schulich, if I were to take 6 courses, then 4).

Also, how bad would a late withdrawl look in the final semester? I've been pretty ill since February and I'm afraid that I won't get the marks I want.

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