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Subject: Top Canadian University
Which Canadian University do you consider to be the best in Canada? ... honestly, don´t say stupid shit like york, ryerson, concordia, brock, etc.. I mean schools like UofT, Queens, McGill, UBC, Western... and explain why you think that particular school is the best..
[18-11-2005,03:40]
Anonymous
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lol, only capitalizing the better schools was unintentional.. sorry, no disrespect:)

[18-11-2005,03:41]
Anonymous
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Concordia is not the best university in Canada? That´s news to me!

The original poster needs a reality check!

[18-11-2005,04:55]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Top Canadian University)
Which Canadian University do you consider to be the best in Canada? ... honestly, don?t say stupid shit like UofT, Queens, McGill, UBC, Western, etc.. I mean schools like york, ryerson, concordia, brock, etc..... and explain why you think that particular school is the best..

[18-11-2005,05:05]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Top Canadian University)
The original poster is a fag!
[18-11-2005,05:07]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Top Canadian University)
None! All the same!
[18-11-2005,06:21]
Anonymous
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as long as concordia beats york
[18-11-2005,08:39]
Anonymous
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What do you want to study???? Each universities have their advantages:
Concordia - Economics
Waterloo - Engineering, Math, CS
Queens - Business, Law, Life Sciences.
McGill - Law, Life Sciences
Ryerson - Nursing, Journalism
McMaster - Health Sciences
Western - Biotechnology and Pharmaceutical
York - Arts
U of T - Large Egos

Seems you would probably get kicked out after first semester because you are quite narrow minded (Brain not large enough to understand new things) actually you make exceed at U of T.

[18-11-2005,14:23]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Top Canadian University)
Heh, that last post is hilarious. The fact that everyone rags on UofT for its students´ (perceived/imagined) sense of superiority shows there isn´t that much difference between the schools. All universities in Canada are good and, except for certain fields, it´s hard to say one is better than the rest. The question really is what majors you want to take and which school has the best programs for them.

I go to UofT so let me try and settle things about this place. You need relatively high averages to get into UofT, but the same goes for any school in a large city. It has a big dropout rate but that´s because of huge 1st and 2nd year classes and few obvious resources for struggling students. And whether it´s the "top" school depends on the program - there´s plenty of programs offered only at UofT and nowhere else (due to the school´s size) but I think there are better universities for life sciences, engineering and compsci (to name a few).

But don´t listen to the Toronto-haters on this board... their personal issues detract from the quality of the advice they can offer.

[18-11-2005,19:42]
Anonymous
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The first year at UofT is so easy. All the exams are multiple choice exams. The high averages are not a reflection of smartness, but of grade inflation in ontario.

An 85% in ontario is shit.

[19-11-2005,17:59]
Anonymous
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The poster above me is talking out of his ass. An 85% in Ontario is shit? Compared to where? Ontario scores are at the Canadian average for literacy, math, and science (this link is so old but you can google others):

http://www.publicaffairs.ubc.ca/ubcreports/1998/98mar05/timss.html

So to prove getting an A in Ontario is easy you must also show 1) its graduating averages are higher than elsewhere in the country and 2) the graduating averages look out of sync compared to test scores and graduating averages elsewhere.

Provide some statistics to back up your assertions? No? Quit wasting space with your inferiority complex.

[19-11-2005,18:39]
Anonymous
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Hey don´t forget Ottawa U for Medical education and law, Science

Concordia - Economics
Waterloo - Engineering, Math, CS
Queens - Business, Law, Life Sciences.
McGill - Law, Life Sciences
Ryerson - Nursing, Journalism
McMaster - Health Sciences
Western - Biotechnology and Pharmaceutical
York - Arts
U of T - Large Egos
U of O - Medicine/Neurosciences, Law, Science

[19-11-2005,22:16]
Anonymous



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