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Comedy and Wasting Time

Sun Mar 10, 2013 5:00 am

Do Universities look at 4C level courses?

In my Grade 12 year, I took these courses:

82-communications
62-history
55-french
83-math
81-english
82-chemistry
82- healthy active living (Phys.ed)

Both history and french are 4U, and the rest are 4C. I'm doing my victory lap (second year of grade 12) right now and I'm taking these courses in 4U as to have my 6 university credits required to get in:

Math
English
Chem
Bio

I'm doing really good in them(80's) so I am wondering, what are my chances of getting into a Arts & Humanities program in University (Western, Windsor,etc)that just requires ENG4U as a prerequisite considering my marks.

I also took a class through the local college on computers and got a 93%, do they look at that? Thanks!

Asked by jokemaestro1709180

uThink Member

2 answers

Mon Mar 11, 2013 4:00 am

Universities will only look at 4U courses when calculating your average.

bootifulboogirl820373

uThink Member

Mon Mar 11, 2013 4:00 am

@invisiblerose wroteUniversities will only look at 4U courses when calculating your average.
Wrong. They look at both 4U and 4M courses. 4C courses are ignored.

ask701957

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