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Pushing hard courses to 4th year

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Well if you think you're gonna screw up that fourth year then your first application cycle might be your only legitimate chance at a lot of universities. But yea, having a strong third year (optimally 4.0) can float your boat for Western.


But then doesn't Queen's also consider the last two years? If you don't get in after 4th year it might have helped to have an easier last two years.


Anyways, I find having semesters of balanced difficulty the best. The one semester I decided to load up on what I considered "easy courses" actually backfired and was ironically my lowest semester.

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