Please Chance Me for McGill and University of Toronto :)


<p>I am a Canadian Citizen living in the US, the main reason I want to
go back is because I miss Canada....</p>

<p>9th -- GPA UW = 4.0
1) Biology A/A
2) Geometry Enriched A/A
3) World Literature A/A
4) PE 9 A/A
5) French 1 A/A
6) Principles of Business A/A</p>

<p>10th -- GPA UW = 4.0
1) Chemistry Honors A/A
2) Algebra 2/Trig
3) World Literature A/A
4) World History A/A
5) International Business A/A
6) French 2 A/A</p>

<p>11th -- GPA UW = 3.92
1) American Lit. Honors A/A
2) Physics Honors A/A
3) Pre-Calculus Honors A/A
4) AP US History B/A
5) French 3 A/A
6) Ceramics 1-2 A/A
7) AVID Tutor</p>

<p>12th -- Hopefully 4.0
1) AP Physics
2) AP Calculus BC
2) AP Gov/Econ
3) AP Com. Science
4)French 4 Honors
5) Avid Tutor
6) PE Dance
I hope to get all A's this semester... </p>

<p>SAT: 2150
SAT 2: Physics 750
SAT 2: Chemistry 700
SAT 2: Math 750
SAT 2: French 680</p>

<p>Good Recommendations from teachers...</p>

1) FBLA Member -- 9/10
2) Badminton JV # 1 -- 9
3) Officer for California Scholarship Federation - 11/12
4) AVID Tutor -- + 180 hours of community service by the end of this year
5) Dance 9/10/11
6) National Honor Society -- 11/12
7) Orientation Program Leader 11
8) Special Recognition in Literature, French and Business (9th grade)</p>

<p>you ll get in both. Ec’s dont matter. Just grades. Basically, if you got the grades you’re in</p>

any comments on the atmosphere at McGill? How are the students, teachers and the city as a whole? even safety wise</p>

<p>You’ll get in, maybe you can/should even apply to higher up schools… reach schools? Your stats are pretty high up there.</p>

<p>McGill ONLY considers the average of your top five courses in senior year, including english. NOTHING ELSE. They will not look at any other marks, letters of recommendation, extracurriculars, etc. for admission. Possibly for scholarships, but nothing else. If you have approximately a 93% average in those top five courses, you’re into any of McGill’s faculties.</p>

<p>maybe you can/should even apply to higher up schools…</p>

<p>Assuming Cupid22 wants to study in Canada, there are none; McGill and U of T are it.</p>

<p>@Hopeful2016: The OP is coming out of an American high school. So he will be evaluated as an American: Grades 10,11 and 12 and SAT scores.</p>

<p>Which is better for Engineering McGill or U of T??
I want to probably consider Electrical, Civil or Computer Science…</p>

<p>Uoft is ranked the highest but dont base you decision on that. Both have good engineering programs. I go to uoft and thus far im really enjoying it. Both cities are fun but montreal has a better social scene IMO. </p>

<p>Also on a side note </p>



<p>This is true of most arts programs but not engineering. Waterloo is a very good engineering school and they have one of the best comp sci and electrical engineering programs in the country so check them out as well. (warning: there campus is extremely ugly and is full of waterloosers)</p>

<p>I see what you did there… nice play on words LOL</p>