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Subject: CEGEP Students
Hi, I am a CEGEP student admitted to University of Toronto for Electrical Engineering. I want to know your suggestions,

Calculus 1 = 82% (Differentiation)
Calculus 2 = 90% (Integration)
Calculus 3 = 70% (Multivariable)
Linear Algebra 1 = 94%
Satistics = 75%

Physics 1 = 90% (Mechanics)
Physics 2 = 81% (Electricity and Magnetism)
Astrophysics = 83%
Physics 3 = In Progress (Wave and Optics)

Chemstry 1 = 85% (General)
Chemistry 2 = 80% (Solutions)

Do you think I will be well set for University of Toronto.

[07-06-2006,22:44]
Amit
(in reply to: CEGEP Students)
Hi Amit...
First Congrats on your acheivements!
I want to clear a fact here that no matter how your grades are in high school..the final success in university depends on how much effort you put in it...

What I mean is..If you do nothin except partying all day/night then u cant expect to suceed just because you had a 100% in CEGEP highschool.

You gotta put some effort in to get the return.....

[07-06-2006,22:51]
Anonymous
(in reply to: CEGEP Students)
From the courses I took and the grades I got, do you think I have a strong back ground.
[07-06-2006,22:59]
Amit
(in reply to: CEGEP Students)
Your background is not that strong...but its still pretty good.


[07-06-2006,23:05]
Anonymous
(in reply to: CEGEP Students)
Nothing can prepare you for the ass whipping you´re about to receive.
[08-06-2006,03:40]
Anonymous
(in reply to: CEGEP Students)
Good enough for Concordia, probably rejected by McGill if you were to apply in Quebec.


[08-06-2006,03:41]
Anonymous
(in reply to: CEGEP Students)
Who cares about McGill engineering? It sucks.

Only UofT, Waterloo, and McMaster are good.

McGill is 2nd tier.

[08-06-2006,03:43]
Anonymous
(in reply to: CEGEP Students)
stop putting uoft on the same level as waterloo. waterloo is #1 in engineering

"With strong programs in mathematics, science, computer science, and engineering, the University has at times been touted as the MIT of Canada."

http://www.ooen.net/portal/colleges-and-universities/profile/2535

[08-06-2006,04:52]
Anonymous
(in reply to: CEGEP Students)
"With strong programs in mathematics, science, computer science, and engineering, the University has at times been touted as the MIT of Canada." ....... Written by: Loo Spin Doc
[08-06-2006,05:07]
Anonymous
(in reply to: CEGEP Students)
I got into University of Toronto (Electrical Enginering)
I was also evaluated for Mineral Engineering (accepted with $5000 scholarship)

I got into University of Waterloo in Electrical Engineering with $1000 sholarship.

I got into McGill with $3000 sholarship.


[08-06-2006,06:16]
Amit
(in reply to: CEGEP Students)
engineering is a horrible ass kicking... be prepared to work
[08-06-2006,21:45]
Anonymous
WTH? (in reply to: CEGEP Students)
lol, Ontario Universities love CEGEP students.

They realise that they are smarter than those ontario kids.


[08-06-2006,22:53]
Anonymous



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