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Subject: admission to mcgill
what kind of marks will you need for mcgill? (software eng)
[22-02-2006,17:17]
student
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sorry, i didnt specify above

i am a student in ontario

[22-02-2006,17:19]
student
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75
[22-02-2006,17:36]
Anonymous
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ask your guidance counselor first

macleans 2005: 90%

[22-02-2006,17:46]
Anonymous
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There is a PDF file that shows the cut-offs for software engineering at Mcgill for ontario students.

90% is too high, 75% is too low. Look for at least 82%...


[22-02-2006,17:52]
Anonymous
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thanks, ill try to find the pdf

my finals from last semester left me with an 88.8% 86 in english, 92 in calc, 91 in physics, but im planning on bringing my top 6 up to a 90 with this semester.. what do you think my chances are?

[22-02-2006,17:59]
student
(in reply to: admission to mcgill)
found the pdf for 05

it says 79% from top 6
yesss

http://upload.mcgill.ca/counsellors/Webcut-offs-ont05.pdf

[22-02-2006,18:03]
student
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mech 91%? crap
[22-02-2006,18:32]
Anonymous
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but did you intend to go into mechanical?
you can always switch later. in the first year, many common courses are taken between engineering students of all disciplines, so you won´t be that much behind.

[22-02-2006,19:29]
Anonymous
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do not worry about your english mark. Just start into engineering, get great marks in maths and transfer into mech. JUST TAKE A chill pill! Most engineers can´t write for shit... LOL.


[22-02-2006,23:38]
Anonymous
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No I intend to major in the life sciences, but thanks for replying anyway.

BTW, any of you happen to be current McGill students? Could I have your email? I have some questions.

[23-02-2006,02:29]
Anonymous



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