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Biomedical Mechanical Engineering @Uottawa

Hey I am currently a grade 12 student in Ontario, the program I am interested in has a cut off of high 80s, normally this wouldn’t be a problem, but I recently realized that this program has 6 prerequisite courses, being gr12 chem,phys,bio,advF,calcVectors and English. This leaves me to believe I might end up with a mid 80s average. I have already taken AP exams and I have plentiful EC’s and volunteering hours(300+). Is it still possible to make it into this program. Thank you ^^

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  1. If the cut-off is high 80s and your average falls below that, then probably not. It’s a competitive average for a reason. Unless they’re looking to fill capacity and they have some open seats left in the tail-end of the cycle, you probably won’t get it with lower than the absolute minimum.

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  2. The most recent admissions information on CUDO shows that the average entering admission average for UOttawa Engineering at 86.5% with 35.2% having admissions averages in the 80-84% range so you might have a shot. The only caveat is that this information is for the 2016-2017 admissions year and so is 3 years old. Admissions averages have a tendency to go up every year so it’s probably higher than that now. Carleton also offers Biomedical Mechanical Engineering and has a slightly lower admissions average so you might want to consider applying there as well.

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