Averages for Engineering Science ?

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Subject: Averages for Engineering Science ?
What the lowest average you´ve heard of for someone getting accepted into engineering science at UofT ? Or do you really have to have a 95% ?
[27-03-2006,20:43]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Averages for Engineering Science ?)
Generally, meople with 90s get into EngSci. If you fall below 90, chances are, you won´t be admitted.
[28-03-2006,01:48]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Averages for Engineering Science ?)
BTW, EngSci isn´t that great if you don´t plan to attend graduate school. I plan to work right after graduation, so EngSci is not for me.
[28-03-2006,01:49]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Averages for Engineering Science ?)
Do you think EngSci will open more doors for graduate study in top universities in america. Or Mechatronics engineering in UW.

Looking into going for masters there, the usual unis MIT, berkley and so on....

tahnx

[28-03-2006,12:18]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Averages for Engineering Science ?)
If you want to pursue postgraduate studies, then go for EngSci. Mechatronics isn´t as theoretical; it´s more hands on like mechanical and electrical engineering.
[28-03-2006,20:23]
Anonymous



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