Life science: Mcgill or UofT or UBC or Queen's

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Subject: Life science: Mcgill or UofT or UBC or Queen's
Hello I am an Advanced Higher student and I got my highers as AAABB (Scottish equivalent of A-level and AS-level) I
I am thinking of applying to the following universities to do Life science:

1) Toronto
2) Mcgill
3) Queen´s
4) UBC

Please let me know the admission cut-off of the above universities and let me know which uni is best for me and where my admission is guaranteed?

[03-11-2005,09:12]
Wilson
(in reply to: Life science: Mcgill or UofT or UBC or Queen's)
i dont agree with you. why go to canadia? why not go to a uni in a third world country.....like iraq or burma or mexico or texas.... then at least u will be contributing to the revival of a failing economy.
[03-11-2005,09:14]
big keef
(in reply to: Life science: Mcgill or UofT or UBC or Queen's)
Why not go to Concordia??
It is the best in Canada.

[03-11-2005,16:09]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Life science: Mcgill or UofT or UBC or Queen's)
No, no its not the best.

LOL, far from it.


[03-11-2005,18:55]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Life science: Mcgill or UofT or UBC or Queen's)
There is no best school in Canada, just the best "hyped" schools in Canada would be the ones you listed above.


[04-11-2005,03:02]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Life science: Mcgill or UofT or UBC or Queen's)
Scots wear those gay-looking kilts or "man-skirts" should really go to McGill, since Dr. Broom can give them a thorough examination. James McGill was a Scotsman.

Dr. Broom rules!

[04-11-2005,03:08]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Life science: Mcgill or UofT or UBC or Queen's)
Go to Mcgill. Its a well respected school with bright students and Mcgill has a kick ass campus.


[04-11-2005,16:04]
Anonymous
Life science: Mcgill or UofT or UBC or Queen's (in reply to: Life science: Mcgill or UofT or UBC or Queen's)
Thanks for the guy who suggested Mcgill. I think Mcgill is a brilliant university, especially for Life science but is the entry requirement quite high? Can any current Mcgill students help me out here? Thank you so much.
[04-11-2005,19:21]
Wilson
(in reply to: Life science: Mcgill or UofT or UBC or Queen's)
You need very good marks to get into Mcgill, thats why its so respected.

There is no free lunch.


[04-11-2005,22:07]
Anonymous
Life science: Mcgill or UofT or UBC or Queen's (in reply to: Life science: Mcgill or UofT or UBC or Queen's)
I am applying to Trinity as my first choice of college in U of T. I heard that you have to write a personal statement about yourself and all the posh people go to Trinity.Is this true?
[05-11-2005,05:30]
Wilson
(in reply to: Life science: Mcgill or UofT or UBC or Queen's)
UofT is known for their programs in life sciences. There are a ton of resources and the proffs are excellent.
[11-11-2005,04:17]
Anonymous
U of T - Trinity (in reply to: Life science: Mcgill or UofT or UBC or Queen's)
Apart from applying to each invididual university, I heard that you have to choose to go to a college in U of T. I have chosen Trinity as my first choice. Could any Trinity students give me some advices on applying to the college? Thanks!
[11-11-2005,06:25]
Wilson



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