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SO, long story short, I graduated from Schulich in 2017 with a 5.6 GPA (sigh, had lots of trouble during my first two years). So far I've been working as a Senior at Sephora teaching and training, and just realized I should apply to teaching school since Ive always loved teaching. I do have 3 years of experience teaching at Sunday School (from high school) and did go to a full-french school from Kindergarten to grade 12 (bilingual).
With that being said, I was hoping someone could answer a few of my questions to shed some light on what I'm planning for the next year for Fall 2020 Entry into Teaching School.
Here's some further info:
- I am extremely interested in the UOIT Consecutive B.ed. Secondary program, but also open to other options nearby.
My AVG in my best 10 full‑year or best 20 half‑year courses completed is a 7 on the dot (B+).
My GPA in 10 half-year courses (first teachable subject being Business, Obviously, which I believe falls under Math) is a 7.2.
Now, does Social Sciences (i.e. Psychology classes) count as a second teachable subject??
If so, my average in a second teaching subject in 6 half-year courses is a 6.67.
Hi I'm applying through the 105 D application due to the fact that I'm not in high school anymore. In my application under the 'Academic Background" tab i put down various nightschools and higshcool attended. But my questions is, when it asks "highest year level achieved" what do i put down? i been to that highschool all 4 years and passed through all my nightschools with high marks, but the night schools are only 1 semester long each. so what do i put down in highest year level achieved in each?
I have noticed that there have been many threads like this ran for nursing, business, and engineering. As I am hoping to enter health science, I thought it would be beneficial for myself and those who are like-minded to share a few things with one another:
School/programs you plan on applying to:
Grade 11 average:
What you plan on doing with your degree in this field:
Grade 11 average:
Challenge & Change
What you plan on doing with your degree in this field:
I hope to be a naturopath or chiropractor.
Hi prospective nursing students! Let's use this thread as a space to share information, questions, concerns, advice, and more with one another as the year progresses.
To get the discussion rolling, start off with your:
• programs of interest (both nursing and non-nursing);
• expected average; and
• career goals!
I'm thinking of applying to McMaster for nursing and health sciences as well as Western for nursing with a 95-96%. I'd like to be a nurse practitioner in the future, but do not have a particular speciality in mind yet.
I currently have a 68 in functions and I am going to re take it in private school next semester. I am just wondering if a university like Ryerson would look at the 68 right now and decline me, would I have to contact them and tell them that I am retaking the course?
When my mom went through to become an RN (1989) , she only had to do 3 years at a college, and was granted acceptance to all of the schools she applied to even after failing math and nearly failing chem lol. Today, it seems as though you have to have the smarts that would have been needed only from a medical student back then! What has caused for such a discrepancy!?
I anticipate a top 6 average of mid-high 80"s. Is it too much to apply to all of these programs? I think I'm splitting the price with my parents... Western and Queen's are my top choices, but I know that they are quite competitive schools :/
Is there any career you can do with solely a health sci degree? I do plan on continuing school after undergrad as of now, but I also don't want to put myself into a position where I absolutely have no other choice if I do feel done w school after. My other option is nutrition, but there are health science programs avaliable at more schools, and the courses seem more interesting to me...
I'm currently in the Life Sciences program at Mac, but I am wanting to apply to nursing programs at other universities. For anyone that has experience with this, what average did you have and where did you end up going?
I will be entering grade 12 this upcoming school year. I had previously been dead-set on going into nutrition or health sciences. However, I have now grown to seriously consider nursing. I have, of course, researched the prereq's and averages to be considered for admission to nursing programs. I am already set to take all of the 4U courses I'd need (bio, chem, data) But, I just want to know how actually cut-throat it is to get into a nursing program. My grade 11 average was in the mid-high 80's (do keep in mind, this was without the fire under my a** that grade 12 will certainly bring to get impeccable marks) I just want to know what I'm up against and what exactly I'd need to achieve, (as I realize while a program may say, for example, you need an 85, competition causes you to actually have a 90 to be accepted) I'd obviously prefer to be at a university campus for all four years and not have to go too far up North lol.
I just completed my first year at the University of Toronto - Mechanical engineering. I remember going through yconic regularly even after my offers were out, it was a very helpful resource. I would be happy to help out if anyone has questions.
I had an 81 average right now and when the marks were inputted to the universities during the second semester. I applied to UOIT cs, average last year was 75 and I got rejected. Rejected from Ryerson cs, Guelph cs, and finally york cs, they gave me an alternate offer, Digital Media from the Lassonde of Engineering sector. The deadline to accept it June 7th, so i need some advice quickly. The reason why mark is so low is that when i took advanced functions during the 1st semester i had an awful teacher, she taught math on a powerpoint with an already done solution and lessons She never touched a whiteboard or blackboard,. So i retook it because i had a 62... I retook it this semester and have a 93, and that's not because its a repeat but because of this horrible teacher. One day in this new teacher's class and she has more written on the whiteboard than the whole course from the old teacher. Retaking the course caused me to lose an opportunity to choose a bird course and potentially get a high 80 or low 90, like i am right now in International business, 93. The same atrocious teacher has taught the computer science courses in 11 and 12. I was really interested in CS in 11 even after the horrible teaching, but now I'm in 12 and i have a 75...
I need advice whether to accept the offer and hopefully switch to CS second year or take another semester or year. York is the closest university to me, only a 20 minute commute. The strike also worries me.
Also im not sure whether or not to continue to do cs because of my experience, do the profs at uni actually teach properly?
Hi, I am currently in grade 11, and I'm confused on which engineering program I should apply to. The three engineering programs that I find interesting are Chemical, Civil, and Nuclear Engineering, I am still confused because there is a lot of false and misguiding information out there.
My grade 11 average is a flat 90%, and I'm confident in myself that in grade 12 I can get a 92-94% average. The universities that I am interested in are Waterloo, UofT, Western, Queens, McMaster, and UOIT.
Can someone please help me decide which engineering programs I should focus on depending on my interests which are math, chemistry, and physics, and also economic factors such as job outlook.
For all of you in grade 12 with 90+ averages, how do you do it? I work hard, do all the questions, ask for help and all that, but when a test rolls around I always get bad marks??? When we have a take home assignment though, I get good marks on that. I desperately want to get over 90, or at least high 80's for my math and science courses but with my current averages, idk if that's possible. I really want to get into a health sciences program into university. Next year for grade 12, what can I do to improve?
My marks look like this:
Grade 11 Chem: 84%
Grade 11 Physics: 75%
Grade 11 English: 95%
Grade 11 Math: 78%
Grade 11 Bio: 83%
Grade 12 Fine Arts: 97%
Grade 12 Humanities and World Issues: 99%
Grade 12 Philosophy: 90%
P.S. For the summer, I plan on taking extra classes to improve my chemistry, math, bio, and physics to maybe improve them, but I feel like this won't be enough on its own.
So I've heard that in year one of Queens Science program (QS) you focus on many different courses of science and art then by second year you choose subjects to major in such as Biology and Chemistry. I was wondering if this was true and what other programs there were to major in. My final question is how well does this program prepare you for the MCAT and how easy is it to get higher grades compared to a life sci or health sci program at UFT or UOIT? I'm debating between queens' general science program or uoit's health and or life sciences program and I'm not sure if queens is worth the expense when I can get the same degree at a university near me.
I'm going into Mechanical Engineering at UOIT as a first-year and the course load per semester is 6 courses. I was wondering for next year if it's possible to lift the weight by taking 2 or 3 courses during the summer. Also what would the tuition be like. Is this a good idea?