92% Average, where can I get to?

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Subject: 92% Average, where can I get to?
92% Average in grade 12 Calculus, Discreet & Geometery, English, Physics, Chemistry, Computer Engineering, Computer Science. Is this good enough for Waterloo, Toronto, McMaster, etc?

What are some Universities with good Engineering/Computer Engineering/ Electrical Engineering Programs? Thx for your time!

[18-04-2006,22:32]
jack
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go to the student awards forum. this forum will get you nowhere
[18-04-2006,23:25]
anonymous
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For computer eng you´ll want either Waterloo or UofT.
[18-04-2006,23:25]
Anonymous
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go to uft downtown they have a good electrical program but personally with that avrg i´d to engineering sciences at uoft...(the program changes each year to cater to emerging trends in the engineering market)
[19-04-2006,00:57]
Anonymous
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Lakehead is really good at electrical engineering. They are definitely the top in that area. To some, their EE program is even better htan MIT.

Last year, in the rankings of "American Association of Electrical Engineers" (AAEE), they ranked the 2nd university in North America. So they are really the top in EE. For computer science also they are one of the topo. For computer science, Waterloo is 1st, and then Lakehead comes.

[19-04-2006,01:58]
Anonymous
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Nobody wants to go to cold and boring Thunder Bay, so give it up Dickhead/Lakehead.

[19-04-2006,11:13]
Anonymous
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yeah youre good, i had 88.75 from first semester and got accepted to software eng at waterloo, mcgill, and general eng at mcmaster, queens.
[19-04-2006,23:33]
andrea
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[01-06-2006,01:53]
Anonymous



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