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Subject: York or Western?
I want to go to a easy and fun school... one that isnt too hard but still has a good name.... but especially a good place to party!.... if i choose between york and uwo would you pick?... details pleaz!!!! THKS

PS what is this thing about york and aids?... tjats just a rumor rite?

[14-01-2007,06:59]
Anonymous
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Choose Seneca if u wanna go to an easy school.
[14-01-2007,13:28]
Anonymous
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Choose UofT. It´s a degree mill. Don´t forget 72,000 students.

Everyone can alomst guarantee to have a BA with a happy face. :)

[14-01-2007,14:38]
Anonymous
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If you want to make a good fake post about UofT, don´t lie about the grading there. Everyone knows the effort it takes to get a C+ average at UofT lands you a B+ (at least) most everywhere else.
[14-01-2007,19:13]
Anonymous
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UofT is a commuter´s school. Much time is wasted on just getting around. Class sizes are huge and crowded. It´s hard to find the profs when you need them. Student TAs (mostly grad students) try to fill the gap but they lack experience in teaching.

UofT may be great in research and all that but for undergraduate studies, there are better schools with much better learning environments. So yeah, when a UofT student says it´s much harder at UofT, I can believe it.

[14-01-2007,20:47]
Anonymous
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Who cares if UofT is a commuter school, who cares if professors are not available when the students need them.
The truth is UofT has the best reputation within Ontario and Canada, therefore, UofT grads are likely to get better jobs.
It´s the name of the university that counts. Buddy!!

[14-01-2007,21:08]
Anonymous
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UofT grads are highly regarded by employers. Employers love us, because they know we are the best and the brightest. UofT grads are always employers´ first choice.
[14-01-2007,21:12]
Anonymous
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"UofT grads are likely to get better jobs"

How can you be so sure? You better hope so, for your sake.

[14-01-2007,21:13]
Anonymous
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Oh! I am 100% sure. UT grads are the best and the brightest, and employers know that.
[14-01-2007,21:18]
Anonymous
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Most employers couldn´t care less where you got your degree, or at least will gloss over your 2nd-tier BA if you can tell an amusing anecdote. You go to UofT (or any other tough school) because you want to be challenged and LEARN. At the end of the day you can see the difference between people who worked hard in university and the ones who cruised through a bird school. You don´t have to go to McGill or UofT to become an ambassador but the most likely candidates will come from those schools.

And by the way, anyone who´s actually attended UofT will know the opportunities for undergrads to do research are enormous. The class sizes were large in first year but now in the third I know my professors on a first name basis and drink with them after mid-terms and exams. But if you are afraid of challenging yourself then this school isn´t for you.

[14-01-2007,22:44]
Anonymous
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Employers don´t care where you get your degree from? Of course they care.
[14-01-2007,23:29]
Anonymous
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There are countless ways students can challenge themselves. Dealing with the commute, huge class sizes etc..don´t have to be on the a student´s list of challenges. For undergraduate studies, there are better choices. Who needs that shit?
[14-01-2007,23:36]
Anonymous
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Commuting? Less than at other schools - you can choose to live on rez or in an off-rez apartment.

Class sizes are only large for first year.

Your better choices for undergrad are only better if their professors are as good, the holdings are as good, the course/program choices are as good, the student assistance is as good (go UTAPS!), and the overall reputation is as good.

[15-01-2007,00:26]
Anonymous
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"If you want to make a good fake post about UofT, don?t lie about the grading there. Everyone knows the effort it takes to get a C+ average at UofT lands you a B+ (at least) most everywhere else."

DO NOT INFLATE UOFT BY THAT.

UOFT´s C+ = B+ IN OTHER SCHOOLS???

YOU LOOK UOFT SO HIGH!! GET REAL , IDIOT!!


[15-01-2007,12:26]
Anonymous
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Stop shouting, it´s Monday. Are you trying to get attention or can´t you read lower case letters?

I know quite a few students at UofT who have transferred in from other schools. Their As turned to Bs and they say it is a tougher curriculum. I know transfer students from York, Carleton, and Western.

Dude, people wouldn´t call UofT a hard school if it wasn´t.... there´s too many students here to keep a lie like that going.

[15-01-2007,17:09]
Anonymous



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