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Okay, so, lately I have been highly considering attending a Canadian University, and I wanted to get some opinions about which Uni's I should apply to.
I want to study Anthropology(Specifically Forensic Anthropology, but I don't think I'll be specializing until Grad school anyway), I definitely want to live on campus, I would prefer to be in a rather large city, and I detest large classes. I can overlook it for entry level classes, and general education classes, but not for the entire four years.
I made an 1850 on my SAT(1270 without the writing) and I have a 3.7 GPA. I've taken two IB Classes and one AP(very few offered at my school). And I'm retaking the SAT in March, aiming for a 2000+.
I was looking at York, but that's pretty much just because my friend is also applying there.
Also, does anyone know anything about transferring credits from a Canadian university to an American one? I only ask because I like to be realistic, and while I've been abroad before and adapt to situations incredibly well, there's always a chance that it could go terribly wrong for me, and I might want/need to return to the Sates. I obviously don't plan on that happening, at all, but I like to be prepared.