Concordia, Windsor, Guelph, Carleton, Brock, Huron

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Subject: Concordia, Windsor, Guelph, Carleton, Brock, Huron
Well my acceptances are in....not all, but the ones that i got into so far. I waanna know where to go to study psychology?


I am going for Guelph cause i like the town and people there. I am trying to avoid Concordia and possibly Brock cause I heard its the rut there and it was my safe application anyway. Carleton is very high up as a choice and so is Huron. Let me know what to choose.

Wat to do...need advice...will like a nice town but not too much of a party scene.

[02-06-2005,01:30]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Concordia, Windsor, Guelph, Carleton, Brock, Huron)
YOu mcgill students are a riot.


[02-06-2005,01:39]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Concordia, Windsor, Guelph, Carleton, Brock, Huron)
How can you even compare Concordia´s psychology programs and faculty to these other Universities. Give me a break.

Stop spamming Mcgilligan.


[02-06-2005,01:45]
Anonymous
Undergrad versus graduate (in reply to: Concordia, Windsor, Guelph, Carleton, Brock, Huron)
Concordia has some fine graduate programs in Psychology. I am not sure about undergraduates, but the graduate programs attract the brightest students in the country. Here are some stats:

http://www-psychology.concordia.ca/Grads/prog-stats.html

MA in clinical psychology: average undergrad GPA: 4.12!!


[02-06-2005,01:55]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Concordia, Windsor, Guelph, Carleton, Brock, Huron)
concordia is rated so poorly in macleans. As well, of all the comprehensive and medical universities, Macleans notes that Concordia accepts students with averages between 65-70. That must be a riot for you to accept.

[02-06-2005,13:15]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Concordia, Windsor, Guelph, Carleton, Brock, Huron)
That is not true. The average of incoming students is 83%. Do your research.


[02-06-2005,13:58]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Concordia, Windsor, Guelph, Carleton, Brock, Huron)
Mcleans never noted that concordia accepts students with 65% averages. LOL!


[02-06-2005,14:01]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Concordia, Windsor, Guelph, Carleton, Brock, Huron)
yes it does
go to the Grade Distribution Chart in the rankings next to the ´Student Body´.

[02-06-2005,20:26]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Concordia, Windsor, Guelph, Carleton, Brock, Huron)
Why dont you find it for me. I am sorry but you cannot enter most programs at Concordia with a 65% those are the facts.

The fact of the matter is the average of incomign students is 82.1% and I know that for some faculties it is much higher.


[02-06-2005,22:35]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Concordia, Windsor, Guelph, Carleton, Brock, Huron)
Mcgill is such an overrated University. Ask Concordia students who went to do their graduate studies at Mcgill, the large majority will tell you that Concordia is better than Mcgill. Concordia has space problems, the downtown campus needs revitalisation and it will be getting it. The school and the city is going to transform the campus downtown. THe costs of these projects amount to some 350 Million dollars. Just wait and see.


[03-06-2005,16:25]
Anonymous



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