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MouizAhmed

Do grade 11 marks matter when applying to Canadian Universities (UBC, UofT, McMaster, Waterloo)?

(Going to start Grade 12 in September 2019) My grade 11 marks: Functions: 80% Biology: 87% Chemistry: 86% Physics: 83% English: 82% ICS: 84% Computer Engineering: 85% Accounting: 91% (Top 6 grade 11 u/M courses average ~ 85%) If I manage to bring my top 6 average to about a 90-93% in grade 12, would I have a good chance of getting accepted for regular/normal admissions for Computer Science or Health Science programs at UBC (University of British Columbia) or UofT (University of Toronto)? I’m really stressing out about my grade 11 marks since they aren’t where I would want them to be.

3 Answers

  1. No, dude. Grade 12 is what matters. All you need to do is pass grades 9-11.

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  2. Only your grade 12 marks matter. Check the specific program you wish to apply for to see how the application process works. You can do this by searching a university’s list of undergraduate programs and reviewing the application process for a program. Meeting those standards are crucial, especially for rigorous programs like health sci., engineering, etc. I suggest you take time to review which programs you will apply for, study smarter in grade 12, and wait for your application results to arrive after you apply.

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  3. They have no significance UNLESS you are doing early application. And that’s a very big unless. In that case, they can only rely on most of your grade 11 marks anyways.

    Otherwise, they look at only your grade 12 marks.

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