Cant compare admission averages

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Subject: Cant compare admission averages
Please, comparing Concordia admission averages to Mcgill´s is just plain dumb. Mcgill has many programs in the life sciences compared to Concordia. The admission standards are always higher for these programs across all Universities. Concordia is just a different school with different strengths. We have a huge fine arts school and you must understand that getting into fine arts has little to do with your HS average but your actual portfolio. When I see that the average entering grade is 83% comppared to 88% for Mcgill, I dont see that big of a deal considering the student body in fine arts. There are ALOT of students who where accepted to Mcgill. SEriously, that fucking retard who studies business at Mcgill is really hilarious. The reason why he is so insecure is because biz students at Mcgill are like the losers of the campus. Theyre basically all the people who could not get into the strong programs at Mcgill. IN Quebec, cegep grads go to Concordia or HEC for business while in ontario people go to Schulich, Ivey or Queens and the rejects end up going to Mcgill. As if Mcgill business students could get into any strong program in science at Mcgill. Just nonsense. I know a couple of Actuarial maths students at Concordia who had crazy grades in Cegep (35+).
[11-12-2006,00:55]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Cant compare admission averages)
I have GECEP 36, but I´m in Lakehead!

Prove to you stupid people grades mean nothing!

[11-12-2006,01:11]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Cant compare admission averages)
that´s right. Lakehead will teach you to fish well
[11-12-2006,02:40]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Cant compare admission averages)
Old Chinese proverb: You cannot judge a horse by its saddle.


[11-12-2006,18:10]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Cant compare admission averages)
old Mcgill saying:

"Are you a jew? No, we dont take jews..."

Old Queens saying:

"If you see a black guy on campus, please alert security."


[12-12-2006,02:09]
Anonymous



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