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A lot of my friends already got accepted into university but I haven't yet?

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Answer #1 | 23/12 2013 18:57
So, you want the universities to ignore all the other applicants that applied and respond to you? The colleges will get to you don't worry.
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Answer #2 | 23/12 2013 18:54
Universities typically have a couple of rounds of Acceptance. Early Acceptance - for which letters go out to the most qualified applicants prior to Christmas; and Regular Acceptance - for which letters don't go out until any time from late January to the first week of March. You should be hearing from most of them in February. Unfortunately, though, you hadn't researched Universites well enough prior to applying. Your acceptance is based upon your top 4 Grade 12 (4U) University Prep courses, and your top 2 Grade 11 & 12 (3M or 4M) Math courses. They will also look at what courses you took in Grade 11. If any of these grades are in the 60's, you will not be accepted. For UofT Mississauga, Western, McMaster and Waterloo, the average of your scores needs to be in the high 80's. For York, a low 80. You would have a better chance at Brock and Guelph, however, you may also want to consider Trent or Ryerson (where high 70's will get you in). If you end up not receiving any acceptances, it will definitely be due to your low grades. That won't mean that you can't still go to a Community College.
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Answer #3 | 23/12 2013 19:44
Look into some 2-year schools that allow transferring credits to the 4-year you want to go to. That way you start small and aren't wasting time or money either.
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Answer #4 | 23/12 2013 18:42
hey don't worry, I didn't get my acceptance till later! if you're really worried about this, go talk to your counsellor at school and they can help you with your problem but I had friends who got accepted before me and I got a late acceptance and was super worried too
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