Judging by the number of threads

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Subject: Judging by the number of threads
this Concordian has started, bashing McGill

all I´ve got to say is:

DAYEM, that rejection letter stung like a bitch!

[09-12-2006,19:11]
Anonymous
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You are a reject of my school.

Queen´s #1


[09-12-2006,19:19]
Anonymous
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Judging by how often McGill fanboy has responded to my McGill attacks, he feels quite insecure about his business school.

McGill fanboy = JMSB reject



[09-12-2006,19:54]
Anonymous
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I dont think you people realise that the admission standards are exactly the same for Cegep grads. I dont understand why you say they are rejects. Its like saying Schulich is for Ivey Rejects. They have the same admission standards. Are you people stupid or you just like to ignore the facts. You need a CRC score of 26 to get into John Molson and its the same for Mcgill or I think its 25 for Mcgill. Its 25 for HEC. The higher the score, the better. You need an R score of 27 to get into coop and most of them have above 29, so how the fuck can they be rejects? It makes no fucking sense.
[09-12-2006,20:10]
Anonymous
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key word, "cegep grads". you see, there is a world outside montreal or quebec. and admissions into McGill in this world is significantly higher. anyway, Desautels CRC admissions are usually still higher than JMSB, maybe by a little, but still higher. AND, if you look at McGill and Concordia as schools, it´s not even a contest. Apart from JMSB and coops, they have programs that require a measly 21 crc to get in. same goes for outside of quebec. concordia is a reject dump. just accept it already.
[09-12-2006,20:18]
Anonymous
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McGill fanboys can´t get over the fact that some students may actually choose Concordia over McGill for business studies.
[09-12-2006,20:25]
Anonymous
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It is very easy for CEGEP students to get into Quebec´s english universities. A better measure would be the averages of out-of-province or -country students´ averages, but I don´t know where to find that.
[09-12-2006,22:25]
Anonymous
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Yeah, some students do choose Concordia over McGill. But why? Coz Concordia gives them scholarship and McGill does not! McGill´s worst applicants don´t get scholarship from mcGill but get from Concordia since they are Concordia´s best applicants.
[09-12-2006,22:26]
Anonymous
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^that´s actually a good point. concordia gives out their entrance shuffle scholarship like candy on halloween. at mcgill you´d need a minimum of a 33 crc to get one plus some other stuff depending on which scholarship.
[09-12-2006,23:13]
Anonymous
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If Concordia is more generous with scholarships, that is a big plus for Concordia.
[09-12-2006,23:34]
Anonymous
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^It is not a matter of genorosity! It is just that they are TOP students for Concordia, so Concordia gives them scholarship. Since those same students are way below average for McGill, McGill offers them admissions only, without scholarship. So they choose Concordia. But even under these conditions sometimes they choose McGill.

Also, I find the candy on Halloween comment very cute :)

[10-12-2006,04:10]
Anonymous
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I seriously doubt McGill has a smaller budget for scholarships than Concordia, but believe what you want.

Higher marks or not, that still doesn´t address the reason why Concordia´s business students dominate McGill at academic business competitions.

JMSB must be doing something right.

JMSB - #1 English-Speaking Business School in Quebec & Atlantic Canada.



[10-12-2006,04:38]
Anonymous



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