shadows16 Posted October 13, 2011 Report Share Posted October 13, 2011 hi everyone, due to some extenuating circumstances (which i can provide documentation from a physician for) i can only take correspondence courses at my university 2nd semester. there is not a lot of selection and ultimately, this means only 5.0 out of 10.0 credits for me will be at the 3rd or 4th year level (i am in third-year). questions: 1) is this likely to only affect me at u of t, western and possibly calgary (with their "subjective academic evaluation)? i am an alberta IP. when i say "affect me" i mean with regards to the 3/5 rule where courses have to correspond to your year of study. 2) is this something u of t or western or calgary on any other university are likely to be mindful of if i state on my application that i had extenuating circumstances that required me to take correspondence courses (i can't attend lectures for the second semester because, for medical reasons, i have to be in another city 2.5 hours away, 4 days a week, not because i have an illness which physically prevents me from being able to lectures). 3) will they care about me taking so many correspondence courses when it's for a medical reason? is this something i even need to worry about providing documentation for? thanks! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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