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Hey Canadian for life, dont worry about being "smart". I got into the 6 year program out of highschool last fall and we just finished our exams (so we are like on our second sem for foundation year). I applied with mid high 80s and a lot of my friends had really high grade 12 averages so i know how you feel and it was really intimidating at first. The key to succeding (sp?) here is to put effort and hours into studying. Intelligence is not as important so much as dedication to your studies. Intelligence wise I am no where near the bulk of the class but i managed to get second place on exams because i crammed day and night for like a month
one thing to take note is keep up in Bio cause it tends to pile up like crazy. Other than that I wish you luck guys
I'm from Sudbury. It's cold up here . My back-up plan is Western science or science at Mac. I got early acceptance to Waterloo and OttawaU which were my other two choices so I'm pretty sure i'll get into Western and Mac as well. How about you? What are you back-up choices?
I have applied this year
and am feeling the EXACT same
i really dont know the ballpark of my chances
Of those that was accepted, how were your high school grades and extracurricular activites??
I have low 90s in the sciences except an 80 in bio with mid 80s in social
so have a high 80s average in the end and teach drums and volunteer outside of school