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Subject: York University BAS
I was wondering how competitive is the BAS Honors program at York...anyone here actually taking BAS in York?
[16-05-2005,20:39]
Anonymous
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It is ´Honours´. Am I not mistaken when I say that you need to have completed a minimum number of credits with acceptable standing to be eligable for entry to the honours program, or any honours program for that matter.

Can someone please tell me what a BAS is? Is that a bachelors of applied sciences ?

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[17-05-2005,00:32]
Anonymous
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Canadian schools are not private institutions like in the United States. I am not prepared to pay 40000 u.s for nicer classrooms.


[17-05-2005,01:04]
Anonymous
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Yes, and please answer my original question
[17-05-2005,02:21]
Anonymous
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It is not that hard. The students are very competitive but that is anywhere.

Usually people who do not get into Schulich (BBA, iBBA) do the BAS.

[17-05-2005,02:24]
Anonymous
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let me guess, you did not get in? Write a song buddy! Nobody wants to hear your meaningless and ridiculous insults!

Cheers

[17-05-2005,12:14]
Cheers
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Did not get in? As if! I am a doing my honours in stats at Mcgill. You think I could get into schulich. You need an A in their mathematics for management course...I could teach that class.


[17-05-2005,12:25]
Anonymous
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I did my B.comm at Concordia before going into stats at Mcgill. The stats program here is numero uno.


[17-05-2005,15:41]
Anonymous
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York is so much better than mcgill for stats and math in undergrad and postgrad. McGill is strong for sciences, if you are not in any science/profesional programs, please do not make a fool of yourself.
York is not rated as stong as McGill overall but we are damn better in alot of areas.


[17-05-2005,17:17]
Anonymous



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