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Just got my IB results back (in grade 11, going to grade 12) and I got a 6 in SL math and 5 in SL chem. Are these scores acceptable for competitive programs such as queens commerce, western ivey and mcmaster health/life science. My other predicted marks are in the same range from 5-7. Is it possible for me to have a chance to get in? My extracurriculars are pretty good so not worried about those. Primarily concerned about my 5 in chemistry. Thanks

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  1. Mac will be your hardest program grade-wise. For IB, they need six subjects, including program requirements with 3 at the Higher Level (HL) and 3 at the Standard Level (SL).

    – English
    – One of Math (HL), Math (SL), Math Studies
    – Biology
    – Chemistry

    Your HL advanced credits must have a minimum score of 5.

    A minimum of 36 is required for consideration.

    If you want to increase your chances of admission to McMaster Health Sciences, Western Ivey HBA AEO, and Queen’s Commerce, check out my admissions bootcamps and my free blog:

    http://www.admissionsally.ca/queens-commerce
    http://www.admissionsally.ca/mcmaster-health-sciences
    http://www.admissionsally.ca/western-ivey-aeo
    http://www.admissionsally.ca/blog

    Nothing but the best,
    Joel

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