York's cut-offs for undergrad

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Subject: York's cut-offs for undergrad
http://www.yorku.ca/web/futurestudents/requirements/hs_ont.html

Ontario high-school students

Our minimum admission requirement is the completion of the Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD), or equivalent.
If you´re in the current curriculum, we require a minimum of six Grade 12 U or M courses, including Grade 12 U English*, all Faculty-specific prerequisites, and at least one Grade 12 U or M course from ONE of the following disciplines: Canadian & World Studies; Classical Studies & International Languages; French; Mathematics; Social Science & Humanities; or Native Studies.

* Francophone applicants can present 12U French (FIF4U or FEF4U).

If you present courses from the OAC (Ontario Academic Credits) curriculum, we require a minimum of six OACs, including Faculty-specific prerequisites.

If you present courses from both curricula, we will accept a combination of Grade 12 U and M courses and OACs. We will consider Grade 11 U or M and/or Grade 12 (OAC curriculum) courses for initial admission purposes.

The academic average (cut-off) required for admission varies. For Fall 2004, Faculty cut-offs were in the following ranges:

Arts - most programs, mid 70s
Criminology - low 80s
Atkinson - most programs, mid 70s
Administrative Studies - high 70s
Environmental Studies - mid 70s
Fine Arts - mid 70s to mid 80s
Glendon - mid 70s
Schulich - high 80s to low 90s
Science - most programs, mid 70s
Engineering - high 70s to low 80s


You must also meet Faculty-specific requirements for the current curriculum or the OAC curriculum (with Ontario Academic Credits) since some programs have higher averages or have supplementary procedures for admission.

Make sure you know what the deadlines are for applying.

Submit your application for admission.

Make sure you submit all required documentation.

If you have a diagnosed physical, learning or psychiatric disability, you may want to request modified admission consideration.
Transfer Credit for Advanced Placement Courses: Up to 12 credits (2 full courses) may be granted for final scores of 4 or 5 on the College Entrance Examination Board Advanced Placement (AP) Exams, depending on program.


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