Applying to University of Toronto

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Subject: Applying to University of Toronto
Hi guys, I am applying to University of Toronto. I live in Montreal and studying in CEGEP. My average is around 87%. CRC score is 29.190. When I graduate, I will have, 4 Physics, 3 Calculus, 2 Linear Algebra, 2 Chemistry and 1 Biology courses done. I am a volunteer tutor in my school for (Physics, Calculus, Linear Algebra and Chemistry) and a paid Physics tutor in my school. I teach (science) to kids on Saturdays. I am also member for my school´s badminton and environment club.

I maybe have one physics mark in 80´s.

Please guys, if you somewhat know the system, post a reply.

Thank You

[30-11-2005,18:49]
Amit
(in reply to: Applying to University of Toronto)
why not concordia
[30-11-2005,20:01]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Applying to University of Toronto)
or McGill / U de M?

A Montrealer applying to a Toronto school? Unheard of!

The original poster is a fake.

[30-11-2005,21:21]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Applying to University of Toronto)
I live in Montreal, and yes I do want to go to University of Toronto. I know status of the schools in Canada. McGill is definetely good but does not get funded generously for its engineering programs. McGill is geting same fund for last 7 years or so. Unlike University of Toronto, it has annual budget of 1.2 billion dollars a year and they are glad to spend on their St. Goerge Campus. I dont know if you are aware of this, for engineering students you need funds and new equipments. If you dont know things then do post. Please.

Thank You

[30-11-2005,22:42]
Amit
(in reply to: Applying to University of Toronto)
Then do not post*
[30-11-2005,22:43]
Amit
(in reply to: Applying to University of Toronto)
hes right, Mcgill and conU are seriously underfunded.


[30-11-2005,23:27]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Applying to University of Toronto)
I´m pretty sure that the engineering cutoff is in the 90´s (93 or something). Also, it is likely specific to the type of engineering program you are interested in.

You have nothing to loose by applying though!

[30-11-2005,23:38]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Applying to University of Toronto)
The cutoff is not 90, and these cut off averages do not apply to Cegep students. Considering you need an R score of 26 to get into Mcgill engineering, I would say that you are guaranteed admission to UofT.


[01-12-2005,00:10]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Applying to University of Toronto)
By the way, its not "loose" but lose.


[01-12-2005,00:10]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Applying to University of Toronto)
Heh, I´d have to agree with the McGill fanboy. With your marks and CEGEP diploma you´ll get into UofT engineering,
[01-12-2005,03:08]
Anonymous
applying to university of toronto (in reply to: Applying to University of Toronto)
i want to study in toronto i was all my life in montreal in the last class is (secondaire 4)i go to lebanon and now i am in (american university of science and technology) major: is business management freshman class, at a suny students...and now i want to return to canada and in toronto university.how can i apply..did fresman accepted or suny students ?? and i didnt´ finsih my freshman year ?
can i transfer ? and how? can i contact from lebanon to toronto by phone ?
with all my respect sara
thank you

[11-05-2009,16:05]
sara
accounting (in reply to: Applying to University of Toronto)

[09-08-2009,06:18]
Tanzina Ahmed
accounting (in reply to: Applying to University of Toronto)
I want to admission toronto university in accounting
[09-08-2009,06:19]
Tanzina Ahmed



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