High 70s- Lows 80s to get you to most engineering

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Subject: High 70s- Lows 80s to get you to most engineering
programs in Canada.

So is that something to be proud of?

[22-08-2006,21:42]
Anonymous
(in reply to: High 70s- Lows 80s to get you to most engineering)
Only a highschool student would try to argue a point liek that.
[22-08-2006,21:53]
Anonymous
(in reply to: High 70s- Lows 80s to get you to most engineering)
what the fuck is liek?

have some literacy, engineers.

[22-08-2006,21:59]
Anonymous
(in reply to: High 70s- Lows 80s to get you to most engineering)
LOL, engineering students cannot write or speak. That is pretty sad. At least they are good at playing video games (most of the time).

hahaha


[22-08-2006,23:43]
Anonymous
(in reply to: High 70s- Lows 80s to get you to most engineering)
engineers throw the best video games party.
[23-08-2006,00:34]
Anonymous
(in reply to: High 70s- Lows 80s to get you to most engineering)
hahaha what a dumb engineer, he mixed 2 letters around in an internet forum. hahahha what i dummy i bet he cant speak or anything.
[23-08-2006,00:43]
Anonymous
(in reply to: High 70s- Lows 80s to get you to most engineering)
Engineering is really not hard to get into in Canada, but engineering is a professional degree, so it´s more intense than other programs offered at the undergraduate level.
[23-08-2006,01:31]
Anonymous
(in reply to: High 70s- Lows 80s to get you to most engineering)
Medicine, dentistry, law, and nursing are some examples of other undergraduate programs that are professional. You don´t think that they are intensive?

Also, a professional program does not necessarily mean it is more difficult than an unprofessional degree. For example take engineering versus math, physics, and chemistry majors. Yes engineers cover these subjects but not as much in depth as a math major in math, a physics major in physics, and chemistry major in chemistry.

[23-08-2006,02:28]
Anonymous
(in reply to: High 70s- Lows 80s to get you to most engineering)
medicine, law require previous university experience.

Ppl just have to admit engineering is a good profession that provides the ability to live a pretty comfortable life.

[23-08-2006,22:23]
Anonymous



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